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Holocaust (Week 2)

by: Molly McMullen

Holocaust (Week 2) HIST3081

Molly McMullen

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Hi guys, I'm Molly! These are my notes for the second 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 18 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 (Week 2) Basis of the racial state  Racial – Hygiene (central concept of Nazi State)  The eye color depicts your racial health  Misinterpretation of Social Darwinism o You get Nazism when you combine racial hygiene and Social Darwinism *Semites (Jews) *Aryan (Germans) ______________________________________________________________________________ Houston Stewart Chamberlain (1855­1927)  English man   Believed Aryan Germanic superior to all other races  To him, Jews were the basic equivalent to the devil (embodiment of evil) and a threat to  racial health  Thought Jews were trying to sabotage racial health of Germanic people ______________________________________________________________________________ *emancipation of Jews was same time as Industrial Revolution *before rise of German movement, factories weren’t safe and people were payed little * “Stab in the Back”: After WW1 most insidious events, Hitler said the German army was  winning the war, but liberals, communists, pimps, deserters, and Jews stabbed them in the back  Wanted to show Jews avoided the army, but surveys showed that they didn’t  avoid it and Germans tried to destroy the data ______________________________________________________________________________ *Jews ran sex trade *German democratic constitution – Weimar Republic *Eugenia logical table – most important document you can have Artur Dinter  One of the most popular authors  1918 – wrote “Sin Against the Blood” *genre novel ______________________________________________________________________________ 3 points of Hitler’s fundamental racial thought  1. Healthy offspring are only considered a race 2. Notion that there are higher and lesser races. Some people/ races are better than others  (stereotypes) *common to every racial idealist a. Jews were cultural parasite b. German culture was creating race, according to Hitler 3. “inter breeding” between races results in deterioration (degeneration)


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