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on Jan 24, 2011
Last updated: 02/04/11 at 08:51 PM
World War 2 ended in September of 1945. It ended a few months after Adolf Hitler committed suicide. Germany was the first country to leave the war; for Germany had been losing.
D-Day was the day allied landings hit the coast of France and Normandy.
In 1943, the number of Jews killed by the Einsatzgruppen passes 1 Million.
The attack on Pearl Harbor was when the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor in Hawaii.
In the summer of 1942, The New York times reported that over 1,000,000 Jews have already been killed by the Nazis.
By 1942, the Einsatzgruppen had murdered 1,500,00 jews.
In December of 1941, Adolf Hitler declared war on the United States. The United States then enters the war, and must concentrate 90% of military resources to defeat Hitler.
By early 1942, the Jewish Genocide was in full operation.
Death Camps were places where Nazis killed Jews, homosexuals, Gypsies, and the mentally and physically ill. They were in service from 1941-1944.
In June of 1941, the Nazis invaded Russia. At the time, there were 3 Million Jews located there.
The first death camp, Chelmno, was started in Poland.
In May of 1940, the Nazis invaded France, Belgium, Holland, and Luxembourg. There were 350,000 Jews in France,65,000 in Belgium, 140,000 in Holland, and 3,500 in Luxembourg.
The Nazis invaded Denmark and Norway on April 9, 1940. The amount of Jewish people in Denmark at the time was 8000; 4000 in Norway.
Kristallnacht, or night of the broken glass, happened in 1938. It was when the Nazis ransacked Jewish homes, stores, and synagogues.
The Holocaust begins in Nazi Germany. It later will spread all over Europe.
Concentration Camps are places where the people who were being held captive worked until they died.
The first concentration camp was started in Nazi Germany.
On January 30, 1933, Adolf Hitler was appointed chancellor of Germany. He was now in command of Germany.
Judaism splits into 3 different parts, Orthodox Judaism, Reform Judaism, and Conservative Judaism.