THE EVENTS OF THE HOLOCAUST
THE MURDERING OF THE NON-GERMAN
What does the word Holocaust mean?
The word Holocaust means the killing of the Jews and other populations by the Nazis and their contributers during WWII.
Who were the people that were killed in the Holocaust?
The people that were killed were Non-German people.
Who are the Nazis?
They are German soliders that followed Adolf Hitler.
What does the name "Nazi" stand for?
The word Nazi stand for National Socialist German Workers Party.
What 4 factors contributed to the raise of the Nazis and Hitler?
- He was offered a deal for a representative
- He became a dictor
- They took the civial rights and boycotted the German jobs.
- They had a large army and invaded France and they won the war.
Who were the SS?
They are the troops that control or mantain order.
What were the 4 main ways that Nazi's tried to control the public opinion?
- The use of newspaper, and make a better tech.
- To give prasasive speeches.
- They'll use antisemtic parades, and can't shop at German shop's.
- They are using posters