The Holocaust

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What is a functionalist?
Someone who believes that the nazis hurt the jews becuase they were brainwashed andthat the holocaust was reached by a 'Twisted road'
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What is an intentionalist?
someone who believed that the nazi destroyed europian jews because they had a strong hatred towards them
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How did Jews preserve their identities?
Some buried possetions and photos of love ones and revealed what life was truly like in the ghettos.
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What two countries had the most Jews?
Poland and Russia
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when did the holocaust begin
september 1st 1940
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When was the Kistallnacht
November 9th 1942 - November 10th 1938
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When did the first group of victims arrive at chelmno
7th september 1943
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What are the two largest ghettos?
Lodz and Warsaw
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Where were there less jews
Albania
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How many jews died in ghettos between 1940 and 1942
100,000
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How did guards tell the differences between jews and Germans?
The jews were given a stamp on their passports with a 'j'
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What kept Jews from escaping?
Barbed wire and Guards
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How did the jews survive when given so little food?
Many attempted to smuggle extra food and would often steal if nessisary from other prisoners
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What part of Europe had the most Jews?
Eastern
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Who believes that the holocaust was a unique jewish experiance
Buar
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What does anti-semitic mean?
Hostile to or prejudiced against Jews.
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What does untermenschen mean?
2nd class/ un-important person/ low profile
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