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A Cultural Approach to the Holocaust

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April 16, 1996
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The Cambodian Genocide Program

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Wannsee Conference

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Excerpts from the Wannsee Conference Protocols:
January 20, 1942

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Responsiblity for the handling of the final solution of the Jewish question, he [Heydrich] said, would lie centrally with the Reichsfuehrer SS …

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  • Read Pearls and Lace: Poetry by Magdalena Klein (1920-1946), the youngest child of a middle-class Jewishfamily in northwestern Romania. She was an eyewitness to the rise of fascism inEurope and the horrors of World War II.


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In a report entitled “Resettlement of Jews,” SS-Sturmbannführer Gricksch provided the following information for SS-Col. von Herff and Reichsführer-SS Himmler, after inspection between the 14th. and 16th. of May, 1943. (Fleming, 142)…

“Special Treatment”

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“Special Treatment”

In January of 1943, Dr. Richard Korherr, a noted statistician who was outside SS circles, working with Adolf Eichmann and camp commanders, began compiling reports and figures to present to Himmler. …


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Buszko, writing in the Encyclopedia of the Holocaust, explains why some prisoners were tattooed, while others were not:

Prisoners were registered and received numbers tattooed on their left arm upon leaving the …