Social Impact of the Nazi State to 1945

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What was the name of the supposed German 'Master race'?
Aryans
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What was the 'final solution'?
The eradication of the Jewish population
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What was the 'Untermenschen'?
A category of people - Contained mainly people from Eastern Europe.
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What was the 'Kristallnacht'?
A night of extreme violence against Jews in 1938. 100 Jewish people were murdered, 20,000 were sent to concentration camps. Multiple synagogues burnt and destroyed.
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When did the 'Final Solution' first start to take place?
1942
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Why were the Jews prosecuted so harshly?
They were blamed for the signing of the Treaty of Versailles - Hitler used them as a scapegoat.
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How were Jewish people perceived in the Nazi state?
Nazi government re-created text books to indoctrinate young - Jewish people were depicted as people with large noses - state that they look like child molesters.
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What were the Nuremburg Laws?
They were something that prevent Jewish people from being German citizens - Being part of society.
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What was the 'final solution'?

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What was the 'Kristallnacht'?

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