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Year 6 - World War ll: 1920s-1940s: facism, nazism and holocaust in German occupied Europe

 

 

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The links below will help you with your research on Nazi Germany in World War 2.

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Useful Links (The Holocaust)

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Useful Links (Concentration Camps)

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Nazi Germany (Key Definitions)

What is Nazi Germany? 

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Nazi Germany was a totalitarian state. This means that all aspects of a Germans’ life was controlled by the Nazi government. 

Under the dictatorship of Adolf Hitler, the party came to power in Germany in 1933 and governed by totalitarian methods until 1945. 

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What is a dictator?

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A ruler with total power over a country, typically one who has obtained control by force.

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What is The Holocaust? (1941-1945)

 

The Holocaust was a genocide during World War 2 in which the Nazis, cruelly murdered about six million European Jews, around two-thirds of the Jewish population of Europe.

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What are concentration camps?

 

Concentration camps are not prisons where people are kept because they have been lawfully convicted of some criminal offense. They are places where political dissidents and members of national or minority groups are confined for reasons of state security, exploitation, or punishment for imagined or accused crimes. In Nazi Germany, the Jews were tortured and killed in these camps. 

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Nazi Germany: Junior Library

Nazi Germany (Books)

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The Rise of the Nazis

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Useful Links (Anne Frank)