January 9th 2007

January 9th 2007 - January 9th 2007 Stages of the...

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January 9 th 2007 Stages of the Holocaust: - Question of comparing the holocaust to any kind of atrocity. There is different parts of the holocaust which make it unique even though certain parts can be compared to other atrocities. Any event in history is unique, even if it is said to be “repeated”. It was not “inevitable” for the holocaust to occur; it was a logical outcome however. We have to be clear what the different stages were. -Classification + Discrimination: They begin to classify what a Jew is. However, this begins to become problematic due what is known as mix marriages 437,000 Jews in Germany (1933). 35,000 Jews were married to non-Jews. This becomes problematic up till the Wansee conference. Some of Jews were not entirely committed to Judaism, converted to Christianity to save themselves. However, the Nazi’s still looked at them as Jews. They were discriminated against, and many fled the country. By 1937, there was 350,000 Jews in Germany. April 7, 1933 law purging “non-Aryans”
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This note was uploaded on 08/03/2011 for the course HIST 102 taught by Professor Johnroosa during the Spring '08 term at UBC.

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