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HIST150 The Holocaust

by: Sarah Foster

HIST150 The Holocaust History 150

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These notes cover The Holocaust.
The West in the World
Dr. Malone
Class Notes
Heinrich Himmler, Final Solution: The Plan, • the Wannsee Conference, The “industrialization of death”, Resistance to deportation
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Date Created: 04/22/16
HIST 150 The Holocaust Anti-Semitism in Germany • Hitler’s Plan enfolded in stages over WW2 • Invasion of the Soviet Union o Einsatzgruppen (SS Death Squads) followed the German army into the Soviet Union o Round up Jewish families in the Soviet Union and killed them o Families were to take off outer clothing, give items to the SS and get executed near a hole Heinrich Himmler • “Too slow, not efficient, too stressful to the SS men to kill these people ” • Hitler stood at the edge and was hit with pieces of brain. He would have fell in the pit had not an SS man been near him • Less “stressful” way to kill o Final solution of the Jewish problem Final Solution: The Plan • Unveiled ****January 20, 1942—the Wannsee Conference • Took place in a previous Jewish family home in a city in Berlin • Reinhard Heydrich chair ed this meeting of 15 men • Adolf Eichmann was the Secretary • Each department was important for this plan • 3 points to his plan 1. “Comb Europe from East to West for J ews” 2. Deported to the East (Poland) 3. The fate of the deportees a. Worked to death b. Dealt with “appropriately” Eichmann on trial • Eichmann went on trial for war crimes and gave information on genocide meeting • Talked about genocide • Butler served brandy • Not one man objected to this plan • Heydrich was worried about what people would thin k, but people were happy to do their part • Rested after the meeting After Wannsee • Heydrich and Eichmann took charge • 6 death camps were constructed in Poland—Auschwitz was the major one • Architectures constructed camps and chambers The “industrialization of death” • Use of technology/developments in industry for mass murder • Used railroads to transport Jewish people • People go one way, then things will be shipped back to Germany • Gas o Used to kill more quickly o Scientist tested to see which would be efficient o 2000 people less than 30 minutes with zyklon B • Processing people with assembly line of death • Materials (hair, clothes, gold) were shipped back to G erman war economy o 2000 freight loads were sent back Resistance to deportation • In the fall of 1943, Danish people stepped in, took people in their homes • Faired them over to Sweden • Saved 72,000/77,000 from deportation ***** • The Netherlands o Johannes Bogaard and family save more than 300 Jewish people, many of them children • Those who step in are the exception to the rule • 5-6 million people will be killed (2/3 of the Jewish populat ion)


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