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history 102 pan

by: Tessa Mosher

history 102 pan HIS 102

Tessa Mosher
SUNY Oswego

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3-2-16 notes
World History 20th Century
Gregory S Parsons (P)
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Tessa Mosher on Wednesday March 2, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to HIS 102 at State University of New York at Oswego taught by Gregory S Parsons (P) in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 19 views. For similar materials see World History 20th Century in History at State University of New York at Oswego.


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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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