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1 Adolf Hitler,The Nazis and the Holocaust By Angela Dixon Photos Courtesy historyplace.com

2 Celebrating German Proclamation of War Munich, Germany, August 2, 1914

3 Corporal Adolf Hitler (shown left-under x) During World War I

4 January 1933 Adolf Hitler Appointed Chancellor of Germany

5 Nazis Burn Reichstag February 27, 1933 Emergency Powers Granted to Hitler

6 March 22,1933 Nazis Open Dachau Concentration Camp

7 Markings for Types of Prisoners

8 Nazi Propaganda Minister April 31, 1933 Joseph Goebbels

9 1933 Don t Buy from Jews, Shop German Businesses

10 Germans Defend Yourselves Buy Only at German Shops

11 Books of Jewish Authors Burned May 10, 1933

12 Hitler Speaks to Nazis Visions of Hitler Youth 1934

13 Nuremberg Race Laws Of 1935 Depriving Jews of Their Rights To Citizenship

14 External Jew Traveling Exhibition November 8, 1935

15 Hitler s Pre-war Expansion

16 1936

17 1936

18 Heinrich Himmler, Reichsführer-SS Chief of the German Police June 1936

19 1938

20 Austrian Jews Forced to Scrub Pavement 1938

21 Mauthausen Concentration Camp Established March 1938

22 Chamberlain Appeases Hitler in Munich September 1938

23 Jewish Synagogue Burns During Kristallnacht, November 9,1938

24

25 1938 Vienna Business Excluding Austrian Jews

26 August 23, 1939

27 September 27, 1939 Warsaw Poland Surrenders to Germany

28 Nazis Begin Euthanasia October 1939 Life Unworthy of Life

29 1939 Propaganda in Der Stuemer "The Scourge of God, Polish Jews,"

30 Reinhard Heinrich, 1939 Principle Architect of the Final Solution

31 SS Reichsführer Heinrich Himmler (left) and Hans Frank, Nazi Gauleiter of Poland

32 Karl Adolf Eichman Head of Gestapo Department IV B4 for Jewish Affairs

33 Forced Jewish Relocations to Krakow Ghetto November 1940

34 Forced Jewish Construction of Wall Isolating Krakow Ghetto 1940

35 Sealing Outer Boundaries, Krakow Ghetto

36 Jewish Workers Obtaining ID Cards Krakow Ghetto 1940

37 Jews Selling Possessions Krakow Ghetto

38 Jews Fill Marketplace Krakow Ghetto

39 German Policeman Checks Papers

40 German Soldier Kicks Jew Loading for Forced Labor Transport

41 Final Deportations Krakow Ghetto March 1943

42

43 Prisoners of Buchenwald Camp Awaiting Execution

44 Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp

45 Klinker-Grossziegelwerke Sachsenhausen Forced Labor Brickworks

46 Ravensbrueck Concentration Camp for Women

47 Ravensbrueck Prisoners

48 Mass Execution Soviet Civilians German Invasion Soviet Union March 1941

49 Jewish Men Forced to Dig Their Own Graves

50 SS Einsatzgruppen Follow Army Invasions Eliminating Jews Vinica, Ukraine July 1941

51 Ghettos Established at Kovno, July 1941 Also Minsk, Vitebsk and Zhitomer

52 Nazi Racial Philosopher' Alfred Rosenberg

53 Majdanek Concentration Camp and Killing Center for Jews July 1941

54 Deportation of German Jews September 1941

55 Nazis Search Clothing of the 33,771 Jews Executed at Babi Yar September 29, 1941

56 Theresienstadt-Bauschowitz Train Station

57 Arrival of Jews Theresienstadt Ghetto/Concentration Camp

58 Stockpile of Zyklon B Found at Majdanek Death Camp

59 Zyklon-B Pellets And Mask

60 Nazis Liquidate Ghetto Lidice, Czechoslovakia June 10, 1942

61 Dutch Jews Enroute to Auschwitz July 14, 1942

62 Taken from Victims at Buchenwald

63 Hair Taken from Women Used to Make Felt Yarn

64 1943 Soviet POW s Exhume Bodies from 1941 Babi Yar Executions

65 Evacuation Warsaw Ghetto April 19, 1943

66 Sobibor Uprising Survivors

67

68 Nazis Raid Children s Home One Survives Deportation to Auschwitz

69 Nazis Kidnap 40,000 Polish Children for Labor Camps in Germany

70 Swedish Diplomat, Raoul Wallenberg Worked with Organizations to Free Jews

71 Soviet Soldiers Survey Shoes of Victims of Majdanek July 1944

72 Oskar Schindler Saved 1200 Jews

73 Himmler Orders Destruction of Auschwitz- Birkenau Crematories November 1944

74 Nazis Conduct Death Marches from Camps 1945

75 Auschwitz I Work Makes One Free Liberated January 27, 1945

76 Stable Barracks Auschwitz 1943

77 Clothes Confiscated from Victims at Auschwitz

78 Children Alive in Auschwitz II Birkenau Extermination Camp

79 Eisenhower Tours Ohrdruf April 12, 1945

80 Crematoria Buchenwald Concentration Camp April 10, 1945

81 April 13, 1945 Hitler Commits Suicide

82 Nuremberg War Crimes Tribunal November 20, 1945

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