Flashcards in History- Genocide Definitions Deck (14):
Discrimination against people of the Jewish religion.
Laws that prevented Jews from attending certain schools, having sexual relations with aryans, forced the,pm to wear the Star of David as identification, and took away their citizenship.
Mercy killing. Killing people whose quality of life is poor.
Ensuring that people cannot reproduce, generally those with hereditary diseases.
A camp in a remote rural are used to hold prisoners of war and others who were deemed genetically unfit by Nazis.
A camp specifically designed to kill the inhabitants by hard labour, starvation or, most commonly, gas chambers.
Free of Jews. A Jewish man killed a German militants and caused the Nazis to retaliate.
'Crystal Night' referring to the broken glass in the streets after Nazis broke into, and destroyed Jewish shops. They also bu not down the synagog.
Roma and Sinti
A group of nomadic people who originated from Northern America and were not of 'proper' German descent and were, therefore, deemed genetically inferior.
What happened to them?
They we given the same laws as Jews and were eventually sent to concentration camps to be experimented on and executed.
Where bodies are taken to be burnt.
The deliberate killing of a large group of people, especially those of a particular ethnic group or nation.
A person of Caucasian race, not of Jewish descent.