formed of the destruction of the sixth army, Hitler no longer wanted to hear about Stalingradanymore.Kursk. In 1943, this was the largest tank battle between Russia and Germany. After the battleof Stalingrad. It took place in in the town of Kursk. It was a major strategic victory for Russia butat a high price because many casualties took place. This battle was the turning point for theRussians on the German eastern point. From then on, it was a long retreat back to Berlin for theGermans. After Kursk the germans turn their attention to other territories ending the german bidto overtake Russia.Battle of the Bulge. This was a battle in which German forces in France pushed back againstthe Allied front. In the winter of 1944, Germany staged a massive counterattack in Belgium andLuxembourg, which pushed a 30-mile "bulge" into the Allied lines. The Allies stopped the Ger-man advance and threw them back across the Rhine with heavy losses.Nuremberg Laws of 1935. Antisemitic laws in Nazi Germany introduced at the annual Nurem-berg Rally of the Nazi Party. Nazism became an official ideology incorporating anti semitism asa form of scientific racism.Kristalnacht. Night of broken glass. Assault against Jewish stores and businesses. November1938. They burnt down Jewish businesses.Ghetto. By 1939, the establishment of the ghettos was beginning. Their slow starvation began.The Jews were given 300 calories a day.Final Solution. The Nazi policy of exterminating European Jews. Introduced by Heinrich Himm-ler and administered by Adolf Eichmann, the policy resulted in the murder of 6 million Jews inconcentration camps between 1941 and 1945.Auschwitz. Network of concentration and extermination camps built and operated by the ThirdReich in Polish areas annexed by Nazi Germany during World War II. There was a base camp,extermination camp and labor camp; as well as 45 satellite camps.Zyklon B. Chemical agent used to exterminate Jews in gas chamber.“death marches”. Refer to the forcible movements of prisoners in Nazi Germany. Helped re-move evidence from concentration camps and to prevent the repatriation of prisoners of war.