The first waves of deportation to the killing sites

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The first waves of deportation to the killing sites became learningexperiences for the Nazi officers as they carried out the remainingdeportations and mass murder
°3. How and why did the Nazis persecute “other victims”?
oThey were thought to be unlikely to have children and thereforcontribute to the racial struggle for Aryan dominanceGay men, in particular, were subject to harassment, arrest,incarceration, and even castrationoNazis arrested around 100,000 gay men, 50,000 who wereimprisonedoHomosexual prisoners were marked by pink triangle badgesand were among the most abused groups in the campsoNazis conducted medical experiments to find a “cure” forhomosexuality that cause illness, mutilation, and even death°Persecution of the Romani “Gypsies”:°4. Explain the role of the Wehrmacht and Police Battalions in masskillings on the Eastern Front from 1941-1944:During Operation Barbarossa, Germany’s invasion of the Soviet°

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