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1

What does volkgenossen mean

Race comrade - someone who is racially pure and was worthy of German citizenship

2

Who didn’t qualify for volksgenossen?

Asocials - homosexuals, prostitutes, alcoholics,

Biological outsiders - roma, sinti, jews

3

In September, how many asocials were rounded up?

300,000-500,000

4

Asocials were compulsorily

Sterilized

5

Where were youths subjected to biological and racial examination?

The Reich Central Agency for the Struggle Against Juvenile Delinquency

6

In July 1933, the Nazis introduced a law demanding?

The compulsory sterilization of those suffering from specified hereditary illness

7

Between ___ and ____ around _____ people were sterilized under the biological outsider law.

1934
1945
350,000

8

When did the euthanasia program begin?

Summer 1939

9

By 1945, how many children were murdered by injection or starvation?

5,000

10

By august 1941, how many people had been murdered?

72,000

11

What was 14F13?

A secret program where up to 50,000 people were euthanized

12

How many Gypsies lived in Germany? What laws were they included in?

30,000
Nuremberg Laws 1935

13

When and where were gypsies deported to?

December 1940
Poland

14

Who was the doctor that carried out experiments on the gypsies? What was he known as?

Dr Josef Mengele
Angel of Death

15

How many roma and sintis were sent to concentration camps? How many were killed?

20,000
10,000