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Holocaust (Week 1 notes)

by: Molly McMullen

Holocaust (Week 1 notes) HIST3081

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Hi guys, I'm Molly! These are my notes for the first week of The Holocaust.
The Holocaust
Frederic Krome
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Molly McMullen on Thursday February 18, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to HIST3081 at University of Cincinnati Clermont College taught by Frederic Krome in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 19 views. For similar materials see The Holocaust in History at University of Cincinnati Clermont College.


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Date Created: 02/18/16
The Holocaust  Holocaust *not a single event                 Norway Channel Islands   Ukraine North Africa  1941­43 *80% of people dead  Rumkowski – Leader of Jewish Council  Antisemitism  longest hatred  Perpetrators/Victims , Bystanders/Rescuers  We need to understand: o Events o Antecedents Antisemitism Pre­modern  Religious  Jews accused of deicide  Blood libel: Jews take Christian children and drain their blood – 1928, Upstate  NY, last person arrested for it Modern  Jews considered economic vampire *Ideas don’t die, they evolve *Difference between modern and pre­modern:  Secular  Pre­modern – (14  century) if Jew converted to Christianity, they were considered Christian  Modern – (20  century) if Jew converted to Christianity, they were considered  Jew 20  century for Anti­Semite *Jewish power exempted in different ways  “All Jews are capitalists”  “All Jews love money”  “All Jews are communists”  “All Jews hate money” Protocols of the Elders of Zion (document Nazis used to justify Holocaust)


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