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On 24 February , Hitler announced the new 25 point party programme for the German Worker's Party. On 27 February , the Reichstag building burned down.

A Dutch communist, Van der Lubbe, was arrested for the crime. On 28 February , the day after the Reichstag Fire, President Hindenburg declared a state of emergency.

This increased the Nazis power. On 6 February , Jews in Thessalonika, Greece, were forced into ghettos. One month later, 45, of them were deported to Auschwitz.

On 26 February , the first large transport of Roma deported from Germany arrived at Auschwitz-Birkenau. Koncem Die Zahl der jüdischen Opfer des Nationalsozialismus.

Google Books Estimates of the death toll of non-Jewish victims vary by millions, partly because the boundary between death by persecution and death by starvation and other means in a context of total war is unclear.

Overall, about 5. Atlas of the Holocaust , pp. Compared to five to 11 million 1. Small, Melvin and J. David Singer. Resort to Arms: International and civil Wars — and Berenbaum, Michael.

The War Against the Jews , Bantam, Hitler's invasion of Catholic Poland in began World War II, and the Nazis targeted clergy, monks and nuns in their campaign to destroy Polish culture.

In , the Priest Barracks of Dachau Concentration Camp was established. The church was especially harshly treated in annexed regions, such as Austria.

Viennese Gauleiter Odilo Globocnik confiscated property, closed Catholic organizations and sent many priests to Dachau.

In the Czech lands , religious orders were suppressed, schools closed, religious instruction forbidden and priests sent to concentration camps.

According to Norman Davies , the Nazi terror was "much fiercer and more protracted in Poland than anywhere in Europe. Nazi ideology viewed ethnic Poles—the mainly Catholic ethnic majority of Poland—as subhuman.

After their invasion of Poland, the Nazis instituted a policy of murdering or suppressing the ethnic-Polish elite including Catholic religious leaders.

Others put the death toll in one town alone at 20, It was a taste of things to come. In Polish areas annexed by Nazi Germany , severe persecution began.

The Nazis systematically dismantled the church, arresting its leaders, exiling its clergy and closing its churches, monasteries and convents.

Germanization of the annexed regions began in December , with deportations of men, women and children. Evans , in the Reichsgau Wartheland "numerous clergy, monks, diocesan administrators and officials of the Church were arrested, deported to the General Government, taken off to a concentration camp in the Reich, or simply shot.

Altogether some Polish priests ended up at Dachau: half of them did not survive their imprisonment. Hans Frank said in , "Poles may have only one master—a German.

Two masters cannot exist side by side, and this is why all members of the Polish intelligentsia must be killed.

Craughwell wrote that from to , an estimated 3, members of the Polish clergy 18 percent were murdered; of these, 1, died in concentration camps.

Captured by the Gestapo in , Sendlerowa was crippled by torture. The Nazis attempted to deal with Protestant dissent with their ideology by creating the Reich Church, a union of 28 existing Protestant groups espousing Positive Christianity a doctrine compatible with Nazism.

Non-Aryan ministers were suspended and church members called themselves German Christians , with "the swastika on their chest and the cross in their heart.

The Nazis claimed that high-degree Masons were willing members of "the Jewish conspiracy" and Freemasonry was a cause of Germany's defeat in World War I.

Reich Main Security Office Reichssicherheitshauptamt , or RSHA records indicate the persecution of Freemasons during the Holocaust.

Although the exact number is unknown, an estimated 80, to , Freemasons were killed as a result of Hitler's December Nacht und Nebel directive.

Small blue forget-me-nots were first used by the Zur Sonne Grand Lodge in as a Masonic emblem at its annual convention in Bremen.

In , a forget-me-not badge made by the factory which produced the Masonic badge was chosen for the annual Nazi Winterhilfswerk , the charity drive of the National Socialist People's Welfare the party's welfare branch.

The coincidence enabled Freemasons to wear the forget-me-not badge as a secret sign of Masonic membership. After the war, the forget-me-not was again used as a Masonic emblem at the first annual United Grand Lodges of Germany convention in Speakers of Esperanto , an international auxiliary language, were viewed with suspicion by the Nazis.

Hitler considered it a language of the "Jewish conspiracy" because its creator, L. Zamenhof , was Jewish. Because of this, people who spoke Esperanto were sent to concentration camps.

The SS and police conducted mass actions against civilians with alleged links to resistance movements, their families, and villages or city districts.

Notorious killings occurred in Lidice , Khatyn , Kragujevac , Sant'Anna and Oradour-sur-Glane , and a district of Warsaw was obliterated.

In occupied Poland, Nazi Germany imposed the death penalty on those found sheltering or aiding Jews.

The common criminals frequently became Kapos , inmate guards of fellow prisoners. Some Germans and Austrians who lived abroad for much of their lives were considered to have too much exposure to foreign ideas, and they were sent to concentration camps.

These prisoners, known as "emigrants", each wore a blue triangle. On rare occasions, POWs from Western Allied armies were sent to concentration camps, including Americans — some chosen for being Jewish, but mostly for looking Jewish or for being troublemakers or otherwise 'undesirable'.

Some captured in the Battle of the Bulge were forced into slave labor at the Berga concentration camp , a subcamp of Buchenwald ; over 70 died.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. People who died because of the Holocaust. Jews on selection ramp at Auschwitz, May Early policies.

Racial policy Nazi eugenics Nuremberg Laws Haavara Agreement Madagascar Plan Forced euthanasia. Jews Romani people Gypsies Poles Soviet POWs Slavs in Eastern Europe Homosexuals People with disabilities.

Allied response. Joint Declaration by Members of the United Nations. Bricha Displaced persons Survivors Central Committee of the Liberated Jews Reparations Agreement between Israel and the Federal Republic of Germany.

Holocaust survivors Deportations of French Jews to death camps. Bibliography List of books about Nazi Germany The Destruction of the European Jews.

Functionalism versus intentionalism. Days of remembrance Memorials and museums Righteous Among the Nations.

Further information: List of victims of Nazism , Holocaust disambiguation , and Holocaust trivialization.

See also: Names of the Holocaust. Further information: Nazi crimes against the Polish nation , The Holocaust in Russia , The Holocaust in Serbia , Persecution of Serbs in the Independent State of Croatia , and The Holocaust in the Independent State of Croatia.

Main article: Nazi crimes against the Polish nation. Main article: The Holocaust in Ukraine. Main articles: Generalplan Ost , German mistreatment of Soviet prisoners of war , and Ostarbeiter.

Main article: Romani genocide. Main article: Racial policy of Nazi Germany. Main article: Nazi eugenics. Main article: Persecution of homosexuals in Nazi Germany.

Further information: Kirchenkampf. Further information: Persecution of Jehovah's Witnesses in Nazi Germany.

Further information: Nazi persecution of the Catholic Church in Germany. Further information: Nazi persecution of the Catholic Church in Poland.

Further information: Nazi crimes against ethnic Poles. Further information: Protestant Reich Church and Confessing Church.

Judaism portal Ukraine portal LGBT portal Socialism portal Anarchism portal. The War Against the Jews.

New York: Bantam Books. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Archived from the original on Documentation remains fragmentary, but today scholars of independent Poland believe that 1.

This approximate total includes Poles killed in executions or who died in prisons, forced labor, and concentration camps.

It also includes an estimated , civilian victims of the Warsaw uprising, more than 50, civilians who died during the invasion and siege of Warsaw, and a relatively small but unknown number of civilians killed during the Allies' military campaign of —45 to liberate Poland.

Shoah Resource Center, The International School for Holocaust Studies. Yad Vashem. NIN in Serbian.

Archived from the original on 1 August Retrieved 8 May Retrieved Holocaust Encyclopedia. Retrieved 27 September The USHMM places the scholarly estimates at ,—, According to Berenbaum , p.

The move guarantees Hitler military support, quashes his opposition, and enhances the power of the SS. The Concentration Camps Inspectorate IKL is established under Theodor Eicke.

Hitler becomes President of Germany upon the death of Paul von Hindenburg, and becomes an absolute dictator by merging the office with the Chancellor to become the Führer.

Jehovah's Witnesses in Germany issue letters protesting the persecution of their religion and affirming their political neutrality. Himmler gains control of the Gestapo through his subordinate Reinhard Heydrich.

Anti-Semitic legislation is expanded to the Saarland after the Saar status referendum. Jews are excluded from the Wehrmacht , military members are banned from marrying "non-Aryans".

The Law for the Prevention of Hereditarily Diseased Offspring is amended to institute compulsory abortion.

Paragraph is expanded to prohibit all homosexual acts. Nuremberg Laws are unanimously passed by the Reichstag. Jews are no longer citizens of Germany and cannot marry Germans.

The SS Race and Settlement Main Office establishes the Lebensborn program. The Gestapo is given extrajudicial authority. German Jewish doctors are banned from practicing on German patients.

The SS-Totenkopfverbände is established. Minister of the Interior Wilhelm Frick authorizes the deportation of the Romani people to concentration camps such as Marzahn.

Himmler becomes Chief of German Police, and establishes the Orpo , the Sipo , and the Kripo under SS control. Concentration camp inmates are transferred to Oranienburg to begin construction on Sachsenhausen concentration camp.

The Summer Olympics open in Berlin, leading to a temporary abatement in open anti-Semitism. Mass arrests of Jehovah's Witnesses begin. A 25 percent tax is imposed on Jewish assets.

Beginning of the Nazis' policy of seizure of Jewish property through " Aryanization ". The Kripo begins the first mass roundup of political opponents.

Pope Pius XI publishes an encyclical , Mit brennender Sorge , condemning the Nazis and accusing them of violating the Reichkonkordat. Buchenwald concentration camp opens in Ettersburg five miles from Weimar.

Der ewige Jude The Eternal Jew exhibition opens in Munich. Himmler issues a decree that the German Criminal Police Kripo does not have to have evidence of a specific criminal act in order to detain persons suspected of asocial or criminal behavior indefinitely.

Austria annexed by Nazi Germany the Anschluss. All German anti-Jewish laws now apply in Austria. Flossenbürg concentration camp is opened in Flossenbürg, Bavaria , ten miles from the border with Czechoslovakia.

The first mass arrests of Jews begin through Aktion Arbeitsscheu Reich. President Franklin D. Manifesto of Race published in Fascist Italy , led to stripping the Jews of Italian citizenship and governmental and professional positions.

The SS opens the Mauthausen-Gusen concentration camp complex near Linz , and establishes DEST to operate a stone quarry. The German government completely prohibits Jews from practicing law.

The German government completely prohibits Jews from practicing medicine. The United Kingdom and France agree to allow Hitler to seize control of the Sudetenland under the Munich Agreement.

Jews are required to have a red J in their passports. All Jewish children are expelled from German public schools. German Jewish child refugees are allowed to emigrate to the United Kingdom and France through the Kindertransport program.

All Jewish-owned businesses are closed under the Law Excluding Jews from Commercial Enterprises. Hitler directs Heydrich to establish the Central Office for Jewish Emigration.

Czechoslovakia is dissolved as Slovakia declares independence as a satellite state , and the Nazis occupy the remainder as the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia.

MS St. Louis sails from Hamburg to Cuba with refugees, mostly Jews. Only 29 are allowed in. The rest, refused by Cuba, the United States and Canada are returned to Europe.

Jewish immigration to Mandatory Palestine is curtailed by the British government through the MacDonald White Paper. The Wagner—Rogers Bill , which would have increased immigration quotas for German Jewish children, dies in committee despite endorsement from the Roosevelt administration.

The Interior Ministry requires midwives and pediatricians to report infants with hereditary disorders. First shipment of Jews to Lublin Reservation.

The German invasion of Poland starts World War II in Europe. Thousands of Polish Jews are killed by the SS-Einsatzgruppen during Operation Tannenberg.

Stutthof concentration camp is established near Danzig. Heydrich orders all German Jews to be shipped to Poland and for all Polish Jews to be concentrated in major cities.

Thousands of Jews are shipped from Vienna, Ostrava , and Katowice to the Lublin Reservation in Zarzecze , Nisko County.

The Netherlands establishes a refugee camp for Central European Jewish refugees at Westerbork , Drenthe. After the German invasion the camp is converted into a transit camp to transport Jews to death camps.

All territory not directly annexed by Nazi Germany or the Soviet Union is placed under the Generalgouvernment.

The Generalgouvernment imposes compulsory labor requirements on Jews. Bergen-Belsen is opened near Celle as a prisoner-of-war camp.

The German government decides to expel Gypsies to Poland. Himmler approves construction of Auschwitz concentration camp. The German invasion of Denmark and the Norwegian Campaign begin.

The Battle of France begins, and Netherlands , Belgium , and Luxembourg quickly fall under German control. The Netherlands capitulates to the Germans, and Arthur Seyss-Inquart is appointed to lead the Reichskommissariat Niederlande.

The National Assembly votes to surrender with the Armistice of 22 June The IKL designates Neuengamme concentration camp in the outskirts of Hamburg as an independent concentration camp.

The first prisoners arrive at Auschwitz. All telephones are confiscated from Jews. The Soviet Union annexes the Baltic States , Northern Bukovina , and Bessarabia with German support.

Germany directly annexes Alsace and Lorraine , and 3, Alsatian Jews are deported to the zone libre of southern France. Non-French aliens are banned from taking public posts in Vichy France, a measure targeting Jews.

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