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Race & Gender Genocide
Examples of prejudice ideologies Atavism Racial Superiority
Holocaust Rwanda Darfur
Location: Germany Offender: Adolf Hitler & Nazi Germany Victim: Jews, Slavs, Gypsies, Gays & Lesbians Time Frame: Death Toll: Between 12 & 26 million
Location: Rwanda, Africa Offender: Rebel group Victim: Tutsi & Hutu people Time Frame: April- June 1994 Death Toll: 800,000
Location: Sudan Offender: Janjaweed Militia Victims: North & South Sudanese people Time Frame: present Death Toll: at least 200,000
Location: United States of America Offender: United States Government Victim: minorities Time Frame: Death Toll: unknown
South Carolina Slave Codes Executive order # 9066 Indian Removal Act Dawes Severalty Act Plessy v. Ferguson
International Criminal Court Center for the Prevention of Genocide Geneva Convention United Nations Prevention of Genocide Act
Genocide & Lessons Learned: The Holocaust and Rwanda.
U.N. Definition of Genocide Est. December 1948 Genocide means any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national,
MAASAI Semi-nomadic Pastoralists Known for their: –Elaborate hair style –Wealth is determined by _____________ –Will drink cows blood Being forced off.
What is Genocide? "Genocide," a term used to describe violence against members of a national, ethical, racial or religious group with the intent to destroy.
International Holocaust Remembrance Day May 2, 2011 Essential Questions: What have we learned so that history does not repeat itself? How can you be a.
World War II Review – part I WWII
SESSION 7: INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE. AT THE END OF SESSION 7, YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO: Identify the fundamental principles of international criminal.
World War II, The Holocaust, and Anne Frank. Adolf Hitler Hitler served in World War I. He joined the National Socialist German Workers Party and soon.
SoCal-LD.net Debate Camp 2007 Topic Area Background California Baptist University October 12, 2007.
Facts on Holocaust By: Nora Filbin. Facts about Holocaust The Holocaust began in 1933 when Adolf Hitler came to power in Germany. It ended in 1945.
Genocide Project BY: Tyler Charles Jose Coronado Derek Jimenez.
The Holocaust. What is the Holocaust? The word comes from the Greek language Meant a sacrifice totally burned by fire Currently can be used to describe.
World War II. In what years did World War II take place?
Chapter 16 World War II Section Three The Holocaust.
Essential Question: – What role did the United States play in fighting in Europe during World War II? Monday 10/22/12.
Notes: Rwanda. Geography Rwanda is a landlocked country It is located in eastern Africa Most densely populated country in Africa.
Industrialization & War. Industrial Revolution Began in Great Britain in the 1700s. People used machinery and new methods to produce goods and increase.
Unit 5: VA/US SOL Review Unit 5: World War II. The War in Europe Began with Hitler’s invasion of Poland in 1939, followed shortly by the Soviet Union’s.
When WWI ended, strong dictatorships took hold Germany – Adolf Hitler Italy – Benito Mussolini Japan – Emperor Hirohito.
The Holocaust Reading: Incorporates into lecture and Farewell to Manzanar.
Guidelines for Teaching the Holocaust. Why Teach Holocaust History One of the most effective, and most extensively documented subjects for a pedagogical.
Trivia Review: World War II. Round 1: Between the Wars & the Rise of Dictators.
The United Nations Keeping peace throughout the world.
WORLD WAR II Please pick up Focus #28 directions and maps. Take the first 20 minutes of class to work with your partner(s) to complete the directions.
Vocabulary World War II and Beyond. Fascism A political philosophy that emphasizes the state over the individual. Propaganda is used to convince the people.
WORLD WAR II: Threats to World Peace 1928 Kellogg-Briand Pact –International peace –Made war illegal Japan i/t Pacific Italy in Ethiopia Civil War in Spain.
World War II Unit 5 Ms. Hunt RMS IB World War I Treaty Effects 1)Germany had to admit guilt in starting the war. 2)Germany lost territory and.
World War II: Americans At War ( ). Section 1: Mobilization After the Pearl Harbor attacks, the U.S. entered a war that they had already been.
World War II Unit 8. Hook: Causes of War How do you think the end of WWI led to WWII?
17.3. The Holocaust The Nazis claimed that all non-Aryan peoples, particularly Jewish people, were inferior. This racist message would eventually lead.
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