Presentation on theme: "Pick ONE of the following, explain it, & give specific evidence: 1) “[Without] war and German victories there would have been no genocide of the European."— Presentation transcript:
Pick ONE of the following, explain it, & give specific evidence: 1) “[Without] war and German victories there would have been no genocide of the European Jews.” 2) “Military decisions & developments in 1942 and 1943 had repercussions far beyond the military sphere.” Chapter 7 [Part ONE]: The Peak Years of Killing: 1942 & 1943 “Big Picture” Questions: What factors caused human suffering to increase each year that the war dragged on, especially after 1943? What did German conquest mean for those conquered? What specific steps were taken to annihilate the Jews and others? How did the killing centers operate?
Who Bears the Guilt for the War? (18 November, 1942)
Britain, in the service of the general warmonger Roosevelt, stirred up Poland against Germany, forced France to adopt the British declaration of war against Germany, then pushed Norway, Holland, Belgium, Greece, and Yugoslavia into the war, and finally allied with the utterly destructive force of Bolshevism. Churchill bears an enormous amount of guilt [for this war]. Roosevelt, Churchill, and Stalin carry responsibility for this war in the eyes of history. BEHIND THEM, HOWEVER, STAND THE JEW. International Jewry wanted this war, to realize its goal of world domination. Roosevelt, Churchill, and Stalin are the Jews’ willing tools. The guilty party for this war, for all the distress and suffering it has brought to the peoples, IS JEWRY.
New York Times (June 13, 1942) New York Times (June 30, 1942) NYT (July 18, 1942)