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I want to be useful or bring enjoyment to all people, even those I’ve never met. I want to go on living even after my death! And that’s why I’m so grateful to God for having given me this gift
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Thesis: This research paper will explore the life of Anne Frank, the Jewish girl whoThesis: This research paper will explore the life of Anne Frank, the Jewish girl who
Managed to find hope and goodness in the midst of one of the saddest moments in history
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Anne Frank's life and death spanned the most critical years in the history of the Third Reich and the Holocaust. Anne Frank was four years old when Hitler came to power
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The Holocaust: a learning Site for Students webpage and answer the questions. Click onThe Holocaust: a learning Site for Students webpage and answer the questions. Click on
Click on the web links for each topic on The Holocaust: a learning Site for Students webpage and answer the questions
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Click on the web links for each topic on The Holocaust: a learning Site for StudentsClick on the web links for each topic on The Holocaust: a learning Site for Students
What percent of the vote did the Nazi party get in 1924? What percent of the vote did the Nazi party get in 1932? What did the 1933 elections allow the Nazi party to do?
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1. Does everyone agree on when nationalism becomes ultranationalism? Why or why not?1. Does everyone agree on when nationalism becomes ultranationalism? Why or why not?
Isagree when nationalism becomes ultranationalism, an extreme form of nationalism. Beacuse at some point, ultranationalist move from valueing their own nation and its interests to hostility toward people of other nations
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The Occult Significance of September 11thThe Occult Significance of September 11th
When you ask someone to name a famous event on September 11th, the first thing they probably will remember is the September 11th “terror attacks”
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As a result of these failed reforms, many farmers took matters into their own hands and seized land from large landlords. Unfulfilled promises of reforms for the working classes led to strikes in cities
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Did you know? Soon after Adolf Hitler became president and chancellor of Germany in 1934, the Nazi party began enacting laws to restrict Jews from mainstream society. The Nuremburg Laws of 1935Did you know? Soon after Adolf Hitler became president and chancellor of Germany in 1934, the Nazi party began enacting laws to restrict Jews from mainstream society. The Nuremburg Laws of 1935
Jews were first sent to concentration camps after Kristallnacht (“Night of Broken Glass”) a state sponsored massacre of Jewish synagogues, businesses, and property on November 9 and 10, 1938. Nazis rounded up 30
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Genocide, or the killing of an entire group of people. As many as 6 million Jews were killed in what has become known as the HolocaustGenocide, or the killing of an entire group of people. As many as 6 million Jews were killed in what has become known as the Holocaust
As many as 6 million Jews were killed in what has become known as the Holocaust. The Nazis also targeted other groups that they thought were inferior, such as Slavs and Roma
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Origins of the Weimar Republic. Effects of the Treaty of Versailles on Germany. Problems of the Weimar Republic 1918-24
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Members of the ss (Schutzstaffel; originally Hitler's bodyguard, later the elite guard of the Nazi state) parade during a rally. Germany, date uncertain
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Directions: Reach each section independently and answer the questions that follow. You will turn this packet in for classwork credit at the end of each class period
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German cities and the allies were pushing the army back. On November 8 the Kaiser fled to Holland and a new Provisional Government took over. They had no choice but to seek peace. An armistice was agreed and the Germans were promised fair
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