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Dear students, Here (below) are the study questions for the final exam. On the exam, you will answer two out of four questions in total: One out of two questions from section I and one out of two questions from section II. Best, Saul Friedlander STUDY TOPICS FOR THE FINAL Section I: 1. Nazi anti-Jewish policies in occupied Eastern and Western Europe, 1939 to June 1941: comparisons. 2. Nazi "territorial" solutions of the "Jewish Question" from 1939 to the summer of 1941. 3. The Russian campaign between June and December 1941 and the changing fate of Soviet Jewry. 4. The decision to launch the "Final Solution": The genesis of this decision. Section II: 5. The Wannsee Conference: context, significance and consequences. 6. The deportation and extermination system: the logistics of
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Unformatted text preview: the deportations, the involvement of local police forces, the main extermination and slave labor camps. 7. The spreading knowledge of the "Final Solution" within Germany and among the Allies, the Neutral countries and the Churches. The responses. 8. The structure and the functions of the Jewish Councils. The similarities and the differences between various countries. The major dilemmas. 9. Examine the Jewish responses to the extermination in various countries of occupied Europe, taking into account major issues, such as the responses of Jewish Councils, the A passivity @ of the Jewish masses and the resistance movements. 10. The last war year, including the extermination of Hungarian Jewry, the death marches and Hitler’s final anti-Jewish proclamation....
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