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1. Who were the victims of the Holocaust?
…Jews and other groups judged inferior by the Nazis
2. Who were the members of the “master race”?
…Germanic peoples (or Aryans)
3. What were the Nuremberg Laws?
…laws depriving Jews of their rights to German citizenship, jobs …
4. What happened on the night of November 9, 1938? …Kristallnacht: Nazi storm troopers attack Jewish homes, businesses, and synagogues
5. What was Hitler’s “final solution”?
… the systematic killing of an entire people (genocide)
6. Where did German Jews try to migrate to find safety from Nazi terror?
…France, Britain, United States
7. Where were Jews forced to live in German controlled cities?
…ghettos = segregated Jewish areas
8. Where were the concentration camps?
… mainly Germany and Poland
9. Why did Hitler believe that Jews and other “subhumans” had to be exterminated?
… to protect racial purity
10. Why did the Germans build extermination camps?
… to carry out mass murders in gas chambers
11. When did the final stage of the Final Solution begin?
12. How did non-Jewish people try to save Jews from the horrors of Nazism?
… hid Jews in their homes or helped them escape to neutral countries
13. How many Jews died in the Holocaust?
… (?) six million European Jews
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