Group of nations such as United States, Great Britain, France, and the Soviet Union who fought Nazi Germany in WWII.
Extreme discrimination against Jews.
People that Nazis considered to be "pure" racial background.
Forced removal from a country.
To leave a country.
Follower of a political belief that values the nation or race over the individual and led by a dictator.
Deliberate destruction of an ethnic or religious group.
Nazi secret police.
A section of a city where Jews were forced to live.
German dictator from 1933 to 1945. Founded the Nazi Party.
Ruler of Italy from 1922 to 1945.
National Socialist German Workers' Party that ruled Germany from 1933 to 1945.
Resisters who tried to disrupt the Nazis' plans.
Oppression or unjust treatment.
Government-approved massacre or attack on minority.
One-sided or biased information intended to help or hurt a cause.
Coupons issued by the government for food and other supplies.
One who leaves a country to escape unfair treatment.
Government in power.
Non-Jews who risked their lives to save Jews during the Holocaust.
Schutzstaffel, "protective squads" who served Nazi leaders.
German government under Adolf Hitler.
Deadly disease often transmitted by body lice.
The destruction of some 6 million Jews by the Nazis and their followers in Europe between the years 1933-1945. Other individuals and groups were persecuted and suffered grievously during this period, bu only the Jews were marked for complete and utter extinction. The term "Holocaust" - literally meaning "a completely burned sacrifice"
1935 laws defining the staus of Jews and withdrawing citizenship from persons of non-German blood
The "underground" organizations working to help the Jews against Hitler/Natzi army.
Nazi extermination camp in Poland, the largest center of mass murder during the Holocaust. Close to a million Jews, Gypsies, Communists, and others were killed there, 1940-1945, designed by Heinrich Himmler for the "Final Solution of the Jews"
These powers originally included Nazi Germany, Italy, and Japan who signed a pact in Berlin on September 27, 1940. They were later joined by Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, and Slovakia.