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1
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What does volkgenossen mean
A
Race comrade - someone who is racially pure and was worthy of German citizenship
2
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Who didn’t qualify for volksgenossen?
A
Asocials - homosexuals, prostitutes, alcoholics,

Biological outsiders - roma, sinti, jews
3
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In September, how many asocials were rounded up?
A
300,000-500,000
4
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Asocials were compulsorily
A
Sterilized
5
Q
Where were youths subjected to biological and racial examination?
A
The Reich Central Agency for the Struggle Against Juvenile Delinquency
6
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In July 1933, the Nazis introduced a law demanding?
A
The compulsory sterilization of those suffering from specified hereditary illness
7
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Between ___ and ____ around _____ people were sterilized under the biological outsider law.
A
1934
1945
350,000
8
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When did the euthanasia program begin?
A
Summer 1939
9
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By 1945, how many children were murdered by injection or starvation?
A
5,000
10
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By august 1941, how many people had been murdered?
A
72,000
11
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What was 14F13?
A
A secret program where up to 50,000 people were euthanized
12
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How many Gypsies lived in Germany? What laws were they included in?
A
30,000
Nuremberg Laws 1935
13
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When and where were gypsies deported to?
A
December 1940
Poland
14
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Who was the doctor that carried out experiments on the gypsies? What was he known as?
A
Dr Josef Mengele
Angel of Death
15
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How many roma and sintis were sent to concentration camps? How many were killed?
A
20,000
10,000