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A Belgian family's story
Anne Frank was not alone: Holland and the holocaust
Armenian and Roma genocide's
Bach in Auschwitz en Birkenau
Carbon monoxide
Catholics and the holocaust Catholics and the holocaust
Concentration camp in the English-speaking world, the term "concentration camp" was first used to describe camps operated by the British in South Africa during the 1899-1902 Second Boer War. Originally conceived as a form of humanitarian aid to the families whose farms had been destroyed in the fighting, the camps were later used to confine and control large numbers of civilians in areas of Boer guerilla activity. Tens of thousands of Boer civilians, and black workers from their farms, died as a result of diseases developed due to overcrowding, inadequate diets and poor sanitation
Dachau gas chamber Dachau gas chamber
Dachau gas chambers
Einsatzgruppen trained for genocide, mobile killing units
Einsatzgruppen the Einsatzgruppen were four paramilitary units established before the invasion of the Soviet Union for the purpose of "liquidating" (murdering) Jews, Romany, and political operatives of the Communist party. Ultimately three of these groups (Einsatzgruppen A, B. and C) were attached to army groups taking part in the invasion
Ernest and Elisabeth Cassutto memorial page: survivors of the holocaust
Everyday people in the holocaust to explore the role everyday people in the events of the Holocaust
Extermination methods: gas chambers gas chambers
Five million forgotten non-Jewish Victims: five million were killed during the Holocaust: how could five million human beings have been killed and forgotten? a tip
Five million forgotten
Gay holocaust
Genocide; a background paper pdf file
German delousing chambers
German forced labour compensation program
Holland under the Third Reich
Holocaust Etymology and usage of the terms: holocaust and shoa
Holocaust in Greece in the spring of 1941, the Germans defeated the Greek army and occupied Greece until october of 1944
Holocaust in Hungary
Holocaust names
Holocaust: non Jewish victims the non Jewish victims. Five million were killed during the Holocaust. Millions of others were tortured, tatooed, and persecuted by the Nazis. Six million Polish citizens were killed - half were not Jewish
Holocaust: personal stories
Holocaust Victim Assets Litigation (Swiss Banks)
Homosexuals: victims of the Nazi era homosexuals: victims of the Nazi era
Hungarian Jews deported to Auschwitz the largest single mass deportation during the Holocaust occurred between May 14 and July 8, 1944, when 437,402 Hungarian Jews were deported to Auschwitz-Birkenau in 147 Transports, consisting of hundreds of sealed freight cars. In that death center, after an experimental gassing in September 1941, mass murder had become a daily routine
Hungarian Jews deported to Auschwitz
Hungarian Jews deported to Auschwitz The deportation of the Hungarian Jews to Auschwitz-Birkenau in 1944
Hungarian Jews deported to Auschwitz Nazi Deportation of Hungarian Jews at the Expense of Losing the War
House of the Wannsee Conference on January 20th, 1942 Reinhard Heydrich, head of the Reich security main office (Reichssicherheitshauptamt), chaired a meeting of fourteen high-ranking civil servants and SS-officers in this mansion
How could 5,000,000 be killed and forgotten? eleven million precious human lives were lost during the Holocaust. Five million of these were non-Jewish. Three million were Polish Christians and Catholics
Jews murdered by country in Europe
Jewish museum of deportation and the resistance
Jewish resistance during the holocaust
Jews in Poland jews in Poland
Jews of Finland and World War II
Kindertransport association the Kindertransport Association (KTA) is a not-for-profit organization of child holocaust survivors who were sent, without their parents, out of Austria, Germany, Poland and Czechoslovakia to Great Britain.Members of the KTA are those who ultimately came to live in the United States of America or Canada, and their subsequent generations
Krieg gegen Kinder
Kristallnacht the night of broken glass
Liberation of the Nazi concentration camps 1933-1945
March of the living an international, educational program that brings Jewish teens from all over the world to Poland on Yom Hashoah, Holocaust Memorial Day, to march from Auschwitz to Birkenau, the largest concentration camp complex built during World War II
March of the living
Medical experiments
NAZI experiments & nazi docters
Nazi persecution of homosexuals "one day they were simply gone"
Nazi persecution of homosexuals
Nazi poison gas
Operation paperclip Nazi scientists who performed human experimentation in the U. S.
Ordinary Germans and the Holocaust
Pink triangle pages history of the gay male and lesbian experience during world war II
Poland holocaust 3 million victims were non-Jews, six million Polish citizens were killed during the Holocaust, included over 700 men, women and children executed while hiding Jews
Poland's holocaust a family chronicle of Soviet and Nazi terror, Poland's suffering under Stalinism and Communism
Poland: world war II atrocities in Poland
Poles, victims of the Nazi Era
Primary documents: holocaust
Resistance during the Holocaust
Roma: patrin- Roma (Gypsies) in the holocaust (Porraimos) Roma were the only other population besides the Jews who were targeted for extermination on racial grounds in the Final Solution. Determining the percentage or number of Roma who died in the Holocaust is not easy. Much of the Nazi documentation still remains to be analyzed, and many murders were not recorded, since they took place in the fields and forests where Roma were apprehended
Roma: gypsies in the Holocaust
Roma: origins and diaspora
Romani holocaust
Romani holocaust chronology
Safe Haven it was the only camp for refugees of the Holocaust on American soil. The refugees were placed in Fort Ontario, a former Army camp surrounded by a chain-link fence topped with barbed wire
Shoah museum in Belgium
Shower bath
Sinti and Roma (Gypsies)- Victims of the Nazi Era
Struma tragedy
Switzerland and the Holocaust
T-4 euthanasia program
Teaching the holocaust through stamps
Technique and operation of German anti-gas shelters in world war II
The children of the ch‚teau de la Hille
The holocaust Adolf Hitler and his deathcamps vs Oscar Schindler
The role of the catholic church in Yugoslavia's holocaust during the Second World War in Yugoslavia, Catholic priests and Muslim clerics were willing accomplices in the genocide of the nations Serbian, Jewish and Roma population
The uniqueness of the Holocaust
Trains of auschwitz in this composition you hear the trains arriving in the camp
Topography of terror
Vatican bank claims a report implicating the Vatican in the 1945 disappearance of the treasury of the nazi puppet state of Croatia
When Heaven's Vault Cracked Zagreb memories
Why didn't the Allies bomb Auschwitz?
Zyklon B Zyklon B was used in the concentration camps initially for delousing to control typhus. In September 1941, the first experiments were performed in Auschwitz I to test the killing of humans with the poison
Zyklon B poison gas
Zyklon B poison gas & Neuengamme Zyklon B was originally developed as a pesticide and was initially used as such. The SS then employed the poison gas in large quantities as the means to murder millions of individuals. Between 1942-43 the Hamburg firm delivered 19 tonnes of Zyklon B to Auschwitz II (Birkenau) alone

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