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History 150: The Holocaust

by: Rachel Rusnak

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Date Created: 04/22/16
4/22/16: The Holocaust. The Holocaust. ***test questions***  Background: o Einsatzgruppen (SS Death Squads) followed the German army into the Soviet Union.  Mobil killing units.  Their job was to round up the Jewish population in the Soviet Union and kill them.  The unit would call the Jewish people out of their homes, bring all of their belongings, turn them over, undress and then be executed one­by­one.  There was a problem with this process of killing:  Too slow.  Not efficient enough to shoot them individually.  Too stressful for the SS men.  January 20, 1942—The Wannsee Conference. o Had to come up with a new way of killing the Jewish population. o Reinhard Heydrich chaired this meeting of 15 men to co­ordinate the “Final Solution of the Jewish Problem”.  Adolf Eichmann was the Secretary.  Heinrich Himmler and the SS were given the task of carrying out the plan.  13 other men represented the other departments in the role that will carry out the plan.  Planned genocide.  No men objected to the plan.  Members were enthusiastic about doing their part. o The plan:  Comb Europe from east to West foe Jews.  Deported them to the eastPoland.  Outline the death of the deportees.  6 death camps were constructed in Poland. o Auschwitz was the major one.  The “industrialization of death”. o Use of technology/developments in industry for mass murder.  Used the railroad to transport millions of Jewish people to Poland.  Brought the Jewish people to Poland, and brought back 2,000 freight cars full of belongings to Germany.  Gas will be used to kill more efficiently and quickly. 1 4/22/16: The Holocaust.  Was able to kill 2,000 people in less than 30 minutes.  Personal killings will still be used. o Examples of resistance to deportation:  Denmark.  In the fall of 1943, Danish people saved   7,200   of   the   7,700   Jewish people in Denmark from deportation.  They would hide the Jewish people and ship them on ferries over to Sewden.  Johannes Bogaard of the Netherlands.  He   and   his   family   hid   Jewish children throughout their farms.  Saved more than 300 Jews, many of them children. o The   Nazis   killed   between   5­6   million   Jewish people.  Nearly   2/3   of   the   Jewish   population   in Europe. 2


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