Objective: after review, key vocabulary and instruction, students will understand who were the victims and the execution of the Holocaust.
Concentration camps- places of incarceration and forced labor for a variety of "enemies of the state" of the Nazi regime Persecuted - persistent mistreatment of an individual or group by another group
Wehrmacht - the name of the armed forces of Nazi-Germany AB Aktion - was a Germancampaign during the World War II aimed at the Polish leaders and intelligentsia Death squad – called Einsatzgruppen, were groups operated by the SS with the principal task to annihilate of Jews, Gypsies and political dissidents
Extermination camps - facilities for the killing of Jews,Gypsies, Serbs, Sovietprisoners of war, Poles, Communists, Jehovah's Witnesses, and homosexuals among others.
Aktion Reinhard - was the code name given to the Nazi plan to murder PolishJews, and marked the beginning of the most deadly phase of the Holocaust, the use of extermination camps