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wfs 7 Holocaust vocab

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name calling
to refer to some one else as a name other than their own in a negative way
prejudice
to personally dislike or judge against a certrain group or person
stereotype
a trait or behavior that people assume about an entire group
scapegoat
to blame a person or group for problems in society
enemy making
an action that creates enemies
racism
to discriminate against a different race
persecution
to perposfully treat a person or group badly and harshly
genocide
deliberate and systematic destruction of a racial, political, religious, or cultural group
perpetrator
the person or group that causes the crime or event
nationalism
the extreme belief in you own country, but there are dangers
1. wants only one voice not many
2. needs and enemy either external, internal, or both
3. can lead to violence
bystander
some one who watches events unfold, often bad
collaborator
some one who willingly goes along with the perpetrator or person causing the action
bigot
some one who can only accept their own views or own group
Treaty of Versailles-1918
1.meant to punish the Germans
2.Germany had to give land to France and Poland
3.Germany had to pay billions to France and Great Brittan
4.Germany had to accept total responsibility for causing ww1
holocaust
to be consumed by fire
Anti-semitism
hatred or negative behavior against the jewish religion or people
porgrom
an organised attack against jewish individuals or a jewish community