Thus, it could be shown to officials of the International Red Cross. The Jewish populations of the East were thus main enemies: every Jew, whether a soldier in the Red Army, a political commissar or a poor peasant in a Ukrainian shtetl, was an ontological, implacable enemy of the Reich, a great threat.
In the particularly hot summer oftyphus was rife, an epidemic that did not only hit the Jewish inhabitants but also threatened German administrators, police and soldiers.
Inthe German theologian and philosopher Bruno Bauer published Die Judenfrage The Jewish Questionin which he examined the compatibility of the Jewish religion with the political and legal framework of Christian states.
Where to? All were located in occupied Poland. They were later joined by Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, and Slovakia. Crematorium Ovens built in concentration camps to burn and dispose of the large number of murdered bodies.
Anti-Semitism flourished in the ranks of the nationalist Right in Europe, whose members were anxious to preserve the homogeneity, the composition and the authenticity of the social groups which had formed nation states in the nineteenth century.
The T-4 program served as the training ground for methods of mass murder that would later be used in the death camps, such as gassings and cremation of bodies. Appell The roll call of prisoners that could take hours.
Swedish diplomat who, inwent to Hungary on a mission to save as many Jews as possible by handing out Swedish papers, passports and visas.