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hindenburgPresident of Germany who died and was replaced by HitlerSPDSocial Democratic Party of Germany, it was Germany's largest party until 1932appeasementAccepting demands in order to avoid conflictgreat depression in germanyUnemployment grows; Hindenburg president; Nazi vs Communists; Hitler encourages violencepacifism in westopposition to all wargermany as buffer state between West and the USSRnon communist states before WWII but communist states after WWIImein kampf'My Struggle' by hitler, later became the basic book of nazi goals and ideology, reflected obsessiontraits of fascismloyalty to State and leader 1 party rule and denied individual rights capitalism (mixed market) anti-communismbrown shirtsHitler's private army of supportersnazi's appeal in the late 1920'swhy hitler?the final solutionthe Nazi program of exterminating Jews under Hitlerdeath campsNazi camp designed for the extermination of prisonersconcentration campsprison camps used under the rule of Hitler in Nazi Germany, conditions were inhuman, and prisoners, mostly Jewish people, were generally starved or worked to death, or killed immediately.ghettosSegregated Jewish areasjewish revolts within campseinstatzgruppenNazi strike forces that killed innocent Jews with their infamous "death squads"medical experiments within the campstested things like changing eye color which was extremely painful and dangerousjoseph mengeleangel of death, he was a German Doctor, Horrible experiments on prisioners at concentration campsheinrich himmlerGerman Nazi who was chief of the SS and the Gestapo and who oversaw the genocide of six million Jewsadolph eichmanndevised the plan for the Final Solutionanti semitismhostility to or prejudice against Jews.pogromsorganized violence against Jewsprotocols of the elders of zionan antisemitic fabricated text purporting to describe a Jewish plan for global dominationjanuary 30, 1933Hitler becomes Chancellor of Germanybook burningburned books that opposed nazi beliefsboycotts of jewish businessesa defensive reaction to the anti-nazi boycottthe nuremburg lawsLaws that classified a jew as someone having one or more jewish grandparentkristallnachtNight of the Broken Glass, when mobs throughout Germany destroyed Jewish property and terrorized Jews.The yellow star of David worn by jewsmeans of identificationseptember 1, 1939Hitler invades Polandthe SSthe schutzstaffelthe wannsee conference1942 conference in Germany concerning the plan to murder European Jewsrich jewish life in europeearly stages of persecutionjewish books burned and jewish businesses boycottedjourney to the campsunsanitary, many people died, they were hopeful because they were lied tohuman sorting in the campscamp lifeMany starved and died, living conditions were horrible, treated inhumanely, and were forced to do hard labordeath tied to mass technology and industrializationdeath marchesforced marches under brutal conditions required of death camp and concentration camp inmates by the Nazis to avoid liberation by advancing Allied forces.liberation and resettlementthe bauer essaynuremburg trialstrials that charged former Nazi leaders with crimes against peace, crimes against humanity, and war crimes