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Date Created: 03/02/16
History notes 3-2-16 World War II in Europe and War Atrocities Hitler’s Promises- Revise the unfair treaty: *size of military, prevent Germany from having air force, France and other countries should also take responsibility of the war. *Space for the Survival of Germany: Lebensraum (living space in Poland and C.Repubic) *Europeans countries’ Respond: Appeasement Policy War in Europe *Hitler kept moving through countries. *Nazi Party and Soviet Union divided Poland *Eastern front:- 9/1939-5/1940 Poland, USSR took Finland, Scandinavian Operation, Belgium, France, GB entered war *Dunkirk Retreat: May-June 1940, 333,000 troops, Battles of Britain The Pearl Harbor and the end of US isolation In the Name of the Super Race: Holocaust *Hitler makes Germans believe they are Superior race *Start to single out Jewish in Poland France and c. republic *As war goes on policy on Jewish community gets more strict *Set up concentration camps in German occupied countries *1943- More Jewish people were moved into camps (called Detainees) *Given color coded labels and number in concentration camp which identifies you *Labels- Green: criminals, Blue: foreign forced labor, Pink: homosexual man, Red: Political prisoners, socialists, communists, trade unionist… *Ravensbrueck Concentration camp- shipped in and killed immediately * Malnutrition, disease, starvation, ect. * Auschwitz- operated 4 gas chambers where 6,000 people were put to death each day. Crematorium- disposal of bodies after being killed- 52 ovens capable of killing 6,000 each day * In the name of Science- Jadwiga Dzido- experimented on by German doctors and scientists ** In what ways can we argue this could only take place in the 20 th century** In the name of the Emperor
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