The Holocaust

The Holocaust

The book looks at the situation in which the Holocaust was able to take place. It will look into those involved and where and when important events took place, to try and establish a clear picture of the extent of what has happened. What happened after the war and what ongoing impact will the events of the Holocaust have now?

Contents

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  1. The roots of anti-semitism in Europe 50% developed
    1. Untermensch and Anti-Semitic terminology
    2. Anti-Semitic Policy
  2. Eugenics
  3. The rise of Fascism 25% developed
  4. A 'Final Solution' 25% developed
  5. Victims 50% developed
    1. Homosexuals
    2. Romanies
  6. Features of the Holocaust 25% developed
  7. Concentration and Labor Camps (1933-1945) 25% developed
  8. Euthanasia (1939-1941) 25% developed
  9. Ghettos (1940-1945) 25% developed
  10. Extermination camps (1942-1945) 25% developed
  11. Death marches and liberation (1944-1945) 25% developed
  12. Resistance 50% developed
  13. Perpetrators and collaborators 25% developed
  14. Historical and philosophical interpretations 25% developed
  15. Aftermath 25% developed
  16. Holocaust denial 25% developed
  17. The Impact 25% developed
Bibliography 25% developed
Further Reading 25% developed

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Last modified on 15 December 2011, at 08:04