The Holocaust and Life Under Nazi Occupation

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Peter Darman
The Rosen Publishing Group, Dec 15, 2012 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
Accessible text details the murderous policies that the Hitler and the Nazis inflicted upon Jews and other "undesirables" in occupied Europe during the Holocaust. For the first time in history, a modern industrial state harnessed modern production techniques exclusively to serve the goal of exterminating a people—European Jewry. The book documents these developments under the Nazi regime, including the institution of the Nuremberg Laws and exclusion of Jews from German life in the 1930s through the systematic murder of millions of European Jews in concentration camps during World War II. An honest, accurate picture of the Nazi genocide, including the racial beliefs that made the Holocaust possible is presented.

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