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U OF MJUDAIC 386Jeffrey VeidlingerFall

JUDAIC 386 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Mein Kampf, Nazi Party, Fokker E.Ii

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U OF MJUDAIC 386Jeffrey VeidlingerFall

JUDAIC 386 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Joseph Goebbels, Heinrich Himmler

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They held a boycott where stormtroopers stood outside jewish businesses to scare customers so they would not go in. b. ii. They staged public humiliati
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U OF MJUDAIC 386Jeffrey VeidlingerFall

JUDAIC 386 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Home Army, Pope Pius Xii, Mind Control

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U OF MJUDAIC 386Jeffrey VeidlingerFall

JUDAIC 386 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Leonardo Conti, Brandenberg, Action 14F13

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U OF MJUDAIC 386Jeffrey VeidlingerFall

JUDAIC 386 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Authoritarianism

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Phase i: the nazi revolution, 1933-1934: political revolution. Hitler"s political position in early 1933 was not very strong. Party was divided into fa
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U OF MJUDAIC 386Jeffrey VeidlingerFall

JUDAIC 386 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Jewish Question

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In the prewar anti-jewish persecutions, the pogrom of november 9th and 10th the. Goebbel was the propaganda minister would want to prove himself in the
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U OF MJUDAIC 386Jeffrey VeidlingerFall

JUDAIC 386 Chapter Notes - Chapter 0: Miscegenation, Liberal Democracy, Antisemitism

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U OF MJUDAIC 386Jeffrey VeidlingerFall

JUDAIC 386 Chapter Notes - Chapter 0: Blood Libel, Racial Antisemitism, Greek Orthodox Church

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Antisemitism in history: from the early church to 1400. Antisemitism has occurred in changing forms for over two thousand years. When the nazi"s took p
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U OF MJUDAIC 386Jeffrey VeidlingerFall

JUDAIC 386 Chapter 1: War & Genocide

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War & genocide: why the jews? a. After world war i, the germans had to concede defeat in the west and abandon all claims to the territories that they h
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U OF MJUDAIC 386Jeffrey VeidlingerFall

JUDAIC 386 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Ashkenazi Jews, Orthodox Judaism

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War & genocide: why the jews, anti-semitism why the jews? a. i. Antisemitism: the hatred of jews, the term was coined in the 1870"s by a german journal
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U OF MJUDAIC 386Jeffrey VeidlingerFall

JUDAIC 386 Chapter 5: Ghettoization of Polish Jews

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U OF MJUDAIC 386Jeffrey VeidlingerFall

JUDAIC 386 Chapter Notes - Chapter 0: Amidah, Judenrat

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T(cid:449)e(cid:374)ty yea(cid:396)s ago, the autho(cid:396) defi(cid:374)ed je(cid:449)ish (cid:396)esista(cid:374)(cid:272)e as (cid:862)a(cid:374)y
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