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The Nazis organized a strong nationalistic movement in Germany—a movement that glorified all things German—and demanded blind devotion to their party's teachings. After becoming the leader of Germany inHitler launched a frightening campaign of suppression built on fear and hatred.
Hitler was an ardent anti-Semite, meaning he held a deep-seated hatred for Jewish people. He blamed the Jews for the depressed economy in Germany and the nation's stunning defeat in World War I. The Holocaust was the Nazi campaign to persecute—and eventually eliminate—all Jews from Europe. Although Hitler's wrath was directed primarily against the Jews of Europe, he also targeted his political adversaries socalled "enemies of the state"Roma often called Gypsieshomosexuals, Poles including Polish Jews and CatholicsJehovah's Witnesses a Christian denominationthe physically and mentally disabled, and others he deemed "racially inferior.
The Third Reich was the name given to the Nazi-controlled government in Germany, which held power from to The word reich, pronounced "RIKE," means "empire" or "kingdom. Hitler demanded more Lebensraum space for living for the German people, whom he deemed a superior "master race," and set out to claim chunks of European territory for Germany.
His armies moved into Austria, which had voted to become part of Germany, in March of Then the Germans occupied the Sudetenland the western section of Czechoslovakia, where most people spoke German. By March of the Nazis had taken over the rest of Czechoslovakia.
About six months later, on September 1,German forces invaded Poland, triggering declarations of war from Great Britain and France against Germany. Widespread anti-Jewish sentiment had fueled an extensive anti-Jewish movement in Germany.
Jews were stripped of their citizenship and their political rights and even forced to give up their jobs. Approximately three hundred thousand Jews left Germany in the s. But after it was virtually impossible for the Jews of German-occupied territories to escape from the Nazis.
The Gestapo the Nazi secret police gathered up all the Jews in Germany and in the territories they had conquered and segregated them in ghettos. The Jewish ghettos were isolated sections of various cities in Poland and other German-occupied territories in Eastern Europe.
The most infamous of these ghettos were located in Warsaw and Lodz, both in central Poland. In the Nazis began implementing what they called the Final Solution to the so-called "Jewish problem. Jews in the ghettos were rounded up and transported by rail to death camps in out-of-the-way sections of Poland.Ruth Minsky Sender Holocaust survivor and author Ruth Minsky Sender () was born Riva Minska, May 3, , in Lodz, Poland.
She came from a tightly knit family headed by a strong, loving, and deeply devoted mother. Ruth Minsky Sender was a teacher of Jewish culture and history, specializing in the Holocaust.
She lives with her husband in Commack, New York. She is the mother of three grown sons and a daughter, and has several grandchildren. Ruth Minsky Sender was a teacher of Jewish culture and history, specializing in the Holocaust. She lives with her husband in Commack, New York.
She is the mother of three grown sons and a daughter, and has several grandchildren.4/5(32).
The Lodz Ghetto: Review of The Cage by Ruth Minsky In her Holocaust memoir, The Cage (Simon & Schuster, ), Ruth Minsky Sender compares the Lodz ghetto not to imprisonment of human beings, but to a cage that animals are trapped in/5. Auf dieser Seite finden Sie das Verzeichnis der auf teachSam verwendeten Quellen in alphabetischer torosgazete.com die Einträge des Verzeichnisses wird bei Quellenverweisen auf den Seiten von teachSam verlinkt, um die vollständige Quellenangabe anzuzeigen.
Ruth Minsky Senderowicz (born 3 May ) is a Holocaust survivor. She has written three memoirs about her experience: The Cage, To Life and Holocaust Lady.