The Holocaust

  • Nuremberg Laws

    Nuremberg Laws
    On September 15, 1935, Hitler and the Third Reich drew up the "Law for the Protection of German Blood and German Honor" which were discriminative laws towards Jews. Jews were not allowed to marry non-Jews. Other restrictions were also placed on Jews. Jews were considered foreigners in their own country, Germany.
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  • The Night of the Broken Glass

    The Night of the Broken Glass
    On the night of November 9th, 1938, Jewish property was severly damaged. Included within this, were Jewish stores and synagogues. This was the Germans way of showing that Jews were inferior.
  • Wannsee Conference

    Wannsee Conference
    At the Wannsee Conference, high ranked Nazi's discuss the details of the Final Solution. Jews from areas all across Europe are targeted. The phrase, "The Final Solution to the European Problem" comes from the conference. Jews were seen as Europe's problem and the elimination through the Final Solution of Jews was viewed as the solution.
  • Anne Frank's Death

    Anne Frank's Death
    Anne Frank dies in March of 1945 at the Bergen-Belsen extermination camp. She died of typhus.