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Holocaust (Week 3)

by: Molly McMullen

Holocaust (Week 3) HIST3081

Molly McMullen

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Hi guys, I'm Molly! These are my notes for the third week of The Holocaust.
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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 20 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 3) *Describe Hitler in one sentence: Megalomaniac with a persecution complex January 1933  Jews were no longer considered full citizens  Marriage ban (Jews and Christians) *Hitler wants to restore Germany *Beuarocracies are conservative systems *NO JEWS *Define who is a Jew was difficult   You self­identify whether it’s religious  What do you do with mixed marriages? *By December, 45 German Jews were killed, 100 wounded st *April 1  – boycott *Postponed legislation on banned marriage and definition of a Jew *½ million Germans define themselves Jewish by religion *1933 ­ 75% of all Jewish students in Germany were enrolled in public school. In 1947, less than 38% Jews in 1933­34 Options ­Leave ­Stay ­Hide ­Lie Largest groups to join Nazi party 1. Lawyers 2. Health professionals 3. University professors ______________________________________________________________________________ “Life Unworthy of Life” – when people are an economic drain on society, they are life unworthy  of life Asylum  70% run by religious sects  30% run by state Spring of 1935  Hitler addressed the definition of a Jew and the marriage ban  Nuremberg rally  Nuremberg laws  Second class status  Marriage / Sexual relations forbidden (Jews, Germans) *90% of German Christian men divorced German Jewish wife within 2 years (women did no  abandon their husband) *Nazi implementation (1933­39)


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