Holocaust

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  • Nazis Come to power

    Nazis Come to power
    The Nazis came to power in Germany in January 1933. They believed that the Germans belonged to a race that was "superior" to all others. They claimed that the Jews belonged to a race that was "inferior" and a threat to the so-called German racial community.
  • Jews in Concentration camps

    Jews in Concentration camps
    In 1933, the regime established the first concentration camps, imprisoning its political opponents, homosexuals, Jehovah’s Witnesses, and others classified as “dangerous.”
  • Jews are banned from the German Labor Front.

    Jews are banned from the German Labor Front.
    Jews are banned from the German Labor Front.
  • May 17, 1934 - Jews not allowed national health insurance.

    May 17, 1934 - Jews not allowed national health insurance.
    Jews not allowed national health insurance.
  • Nazis force Jewish performers/artists to join Jewish Cultural Unions.

    Nazis force Jewish performers/artists to join Jewish Cultural Unions.
    Nazis force Jewish performers/artists to join Jewish Cultural Unions.
  • Jews are banned from many professional occupations

    Jews are banned from many professional occupations
    Jews are banned from many professional occupations including teaching Germans, and from being accountants or dentists. They are also denied tax reductions and child allowances.
  • Nazis order Jewish-owned businesses to register.

    Nazis order Jewish-owned businesses to register.
    Nazis order Jewish-owned businesses to register.
  • Evacuation of Jews from Vienna.

    Evacuation of Jews from Vienna.
    Evacuation of Jews from Vienna.