The Holocaust

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1. What is the Functionalist interpretation?

  • The Nazi plan for the final solution was adaptable to any situation
  • The Nazi plan was constantly changing and events of the war impacted policy direction
  • There was cumulative radicalisation and this caused the Holocaust
  • The Holocaust was mapped out from 1933
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2. What is the structuralist interpretation?

  • The chaotic nature of the Nazi government led to cumulative radicalisation - no clear plan
  • The Nazi plan was constantly changing
  • The Holocaust was mapped out from 1933 and Hitler was central to the plans
  • The War necessitated the final solution

3. Key structuralist Historians?

  • Kershaw and Mommsen
  • Fleming and Dawidowicz
  • Jones and Flemig
  • K. Schleunes

4. What is the intentionalist interpretation?

  • The Nazi plan was constantly changing and adaptable
  • The Holocaust was mapped out and Hitler was key in its development
  • The plan changed because of the war
  • There was cumulative radicalisation and this caused the Holocaust

5. Key Intentionalist Historians?

  • Fleming and Dawidowicz
  • Jones and Flemig
  • K. Schleunes
  • Kershaw and Mommsen

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