Khristallnacht

Reece Ward Academic 3

Khristallnacht, the Night Of Broken Glass, was the turning point in the Nazi anti-Jew policy. Khristallnacht was a riot in 1938. The Nazis were destroying Jewish homes, hospitals, schools, and more, In addition to the riots there were more and more Jews heading to Concentration Camps. In the 1920's German Jews were fully integrated into the German society, until Adolf Hitler became chancellor of Germany. Read more to learn about the Night of Broken glass.

When the riots broke out, many Jewish families were in danger. Nazi soldiers broke down the walls of synagogues, graves were uprooted and disturbed. Jews were beaten as others were forced watch. For example,"The SA shattered the storefronts of about 7,500 stores and businesses..." In the 1920's German Jews were fully integrated into the German society, until Adolf Hitler became chancellor of Germany. Also, Hitler came into power in 1919. But, there were more than riots.

A riot broke out on November 9, 1938, it was the marking of the turning point of the Nazi anti Jew policy. In the 1920's German Jews were fully integrated into the German society, until Adolf Hitler became chancellor of Germany. The Nazis were destroying Jewish homes, hospitals, schools, and more, In addition to the riots there were more and more Jews heading to Concentration Camps. In conclusion, The Night of Broken Glass was a horrific and terrible night, synagogues were destroyed... stores were desrtroyed... and so were the lives of many Jewish people.