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Who is Robert Waterford?
Helen’s 2 nd husband 1
Who is Dwight D. Eisenhower? 2
U.S. General who was shocked at the sights of the concentration camps. 2
Who is Adolf Eichmann? 3
He was in charge of the concentration camps and organizer of the Final Solution.
Who is Reinhard Heydrich? 4
He was the Blond Beast. He also helped organized the Final Solution. 4
Who is Baldur von Schirach? 5
He was the youngest Nazi defendant on trial at Nuremberg. He was the first leader of the Hitler Youth. 5
1 Who is Rudolf Heck?
Alfons’ twin brother 1
2 He was the Angel of Death.
2 Josef Mengele
Who is Heinrich Himmler?
He was the head of the Gestapo (Germany’s Secret Police) 3
Who is Josef Goebbels? 4
Germany’s Minister of Propaganda 4
Who is Robert Ley? 5
5 The Nazi labor leader
What is the intentional murder of Jews, gypsies, Jehovah’s Witnesses, and other undesirables? 1
2 What is Genocide?
The intentional murder of an entire race of people 2
What is the European Country where Helen fled to escape the Nazis 3
What is the city where the high ranking Nazi leaders were put on trial for their crimes. 4
What is Dachau? 5
Concentration camp where the dead bodies of Nazi leaders where sent 5
Who are the Axis Powers? Who are the Allied Powers? 1
Axis- Germany, Italy, & Japan Allied- U.S., Russia, & Britain 1
What is unreasonable hostile attitudes regarding a racial, religious, or national group (Racism) 2
How does Alfons think Hitler dies? How does it really happen?
Alfons thought Hitler died fighting in combat; however, Hitler committed suicide 3
How had life been in Amsterdam while Helen was gone? 4
Hunger was in every home. There were no electricity, phones, transportation, and no heat for cooking 4
What were the four crimes the Nazis were accused of? 5
5 -Planning to commit crimes -crimes against peace -war crimes - crimes against humanity
What are “rubble women” ? 1
They were women who lost their husband or son who helped cleaned up the destroyed buildings in Germany 1
Why did Americans usually overlook teenagers as members of the Nazi party? 2
Americans knew that you had to be 18 years old to join the Nazi army and thought German teenagers were not a threat. 2
3 Why did foster parents not talk to the children about their parents?
They thought it would be too cruel to build up their hopes, only to have their parents die in a concentration camp. 3
Why do you think President Eisenhower called the United States press to see the concentration camps? 4
So they could see firsthand that the concentration camps were real and had horrible conditions. 4
What decision does Helen have to make after reuniting with Doris? 5
Helen had to decide whether she should take Doris from her secure home where she had lived safely for 3 years or should she let Doris stay on with the DeBoers family. 5
“But, I was just following orders…”. The Nuremberg Trials were military tribunals (court cases), held by the Allied forces of WWII, for the prosecution.
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