Kristallnacht Nya parker

  • November 9-10 ,Nazis attacked Jewish property and people throughout Germany.
  • Kristallnacht means¨crystal night¨.
  • The name comes from broken glass after the attack.
  • The night is also called ¨The night of the broken glass¨.
  • The Nazis damaged jewish homes, hospitals ,schools and cemeteries.
  • The Kristallnacht figures as an essential turning point in Nazi Germany persecution of Jews.
  • On the night of the broken glass suicide rates among Jews rose.
  • Germany government made an immediate pronouncement that ¨Jews¨ were the blame for the program.
  • The Nazis held German -Jewish community responsible for the damage and impose a collective fine of 400 million.
  • Hitler had a plan to expand Germanys rule and completely annihilate the worlds Jews.
  • During the Kristallnacht a polish Jew named Herschel Grynszpan shot a German embasy official named VomRath.
  • In December Jews were banned from most public places in Germany.
  • The SS arrested up to 30,000 Jewish males and sent them to concentration camps.
  • They were sent to camps and soon Jews were taken out of there homes and lifestock .
  • During the kristallnacht 267 synagogue were burned and and 177 completely destroyed.
  • The US refused to ease the immigrant restriction on Jew from seeking safety in America.
  • In August,1942 the Nazis arrested both women and men.
  • The shattered glass represents the Kristallnacht.
  • After the kristallnacht the Nazis carried out systematic murders.
  • The Numberg laws served as the basic exclusion of Jews from German society.
  • There were events leading up to the Kritallnacht.
  • Hitler came to power in 1933.
  • He had a plan to annihilate the worlds Jews.
  • The Nuremberg laws was on of the legislative acts.
  • ¨The Nuremberg law was for the protection of blood and German honor¨.The German Eugenics poster entitled.
  • In Germany November 12 held a meeting concerning the economic impact of the damage.
  • At the meeting it was decided to eliminate Jews entirely.
  • The meeting included Herman Goring and Joseph Goebbels.
  • The Kristallnacht did not fundamentally alter the inter community's response to Hitler.
  • There were verbal condemn but no economic sanctions against Nazi Germany.
  • Judaism was the antithesis of all that Nazis and the barbarism stood for.
  • Most Jews in Germany were assimilated ,proud Germans who placed their German heritage over their Jewish ancestry.
  • on October 27 15,000 thousand Jews were expelled from Germany without warning.
  • The kristallnacht was a random event.
  • During the Kristallnacht Nazis did not just vandalize but also destroy Jewish property.
  • The police made no effort to control the mobs that carried out the crimes.
  • Jews over the age of six in Germany were required to have a six pointed yellow star with the word "jude".
  • After the Kristallnacht things got more intense.
  • For example the Holocaust.
  • Jews were sent to ghettos and camps.
  • Life in the ghettos was usually unbearable.
  • They were over crowded which was common.
  • One apartment might have several families living in it.
  • People were always hungry.
  • Germans deliberately tried to starve residents.
  • The Nazis tried to keep operation of camps secret.
  • The scale of the killing made it virtually impossible.
  • A large population of Jewish and non- Jews worked in labor camps.
  • only Jews were gassed,thousands of others died of starvation or disease.
  • There were many survivors of the holocaust.
  • After the Holocaust survivors of the camps found it nearly impossible return home.
  • The Nazis murdered 6 million European Jews, and about 4 million non- Jews.
  • More than 41,000 displaced persons immigrated to the united states.
  • Others emigrated to Canada,Australia,New Zealand,western Europe,South America,and South Africa.
  • Holocaust survivors had to rebuilt their lives.
  • Survivors began searching for families ,schools were soon established in Dp camps and soon lives started coming together.
  • Over the decades that followed ordinary Germans struggled with the Holocaust bitter legacy.

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