Oskar Schindler is a businessman who want to become rich by starting a company that makes war goods for the Nazi army. After awhile he begins to realize that his Jewish workers that he paid for are being taken for other work or killed by the Nazi Regime. So after pulling some strings with acquaintances with high authority he is able to protect his Jewish workers while making it look like its he using them in order to make a profit. Soon after Oskar receives news that the whole camp that the working stay in are being moved to Auschwitz. In a hurry Oskar has his accountant to type a list of all the Jews in his factory and the camp at which they stay. He presents this list to the head of the camp with the offer that he'll pay for each Jew on this list if he get to keep them. His plan goes through and he is able to keep all the Jews. He places them in his factory making defective munitions for the Nazi Regime.
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B'nai B'rith has been supporting the Jewish community with unity, security and continuity for the past 170 years. They promote Jewish leaders and young Jewish leaders. They combat antisemitism by shining a spot light on these situations or events. They mainly focus fighting antisemitism by hosting antisemitic conferences. B'nai B'rith is also an international voice for the Jewish community. They are also a non-government organization that is part of the United Nations concerning Human Rights issues. They trying to ratify a treaty so that information of seventeen million victims of the Nazi persecution can be release so they victims may be compensated for what they have lost. And they an over watch of news religion and government for antisemitism.
This clip shows how brutal the Nazi leaders were to the Jewish concetration camp workers. They also tested them to see if they were telling the truth and they were hard workers or not. But in the end this is just another way to show how vicious and down grading the Nazis were to the Jews.
This article talks about antisemitism in a broad scale. Antisemitism occurs because of religious conflicts between Judaism and other religions. Antisemitism was everywhere before World War two, in political laws, people and government officials openly spoke about antisemitism, its just antisemitism didn't show because it wasn't a common thing to physically harm Jewish people. As soon as the Nazi party rose to power, antisemitism turned into destroying anything with non-German origin or anything Jewish and physically harming Jews became popular and occurred more often. After World War two ended antisemitism died off, but no completely. For example, one type of antisemitism that still existed after the war was the denial of the holocaust.
Right before the start of World War II Antisemitism was at a all time high. This included boycotting Jewish businesses. This wiped out most of the Jewish Businesses, but for the rest that remained the Germans had another plan. Aryanization is a term used to describe the transfer of a store owner from a Jewish person to a so called dominate German Aryan or just Aryan race. Aryanization occurred at the start of World War II. Kristallnacht was a huge widespread day of Aryanization and destruction among Jewish Businesses. After the businesses have been Aryanized they would take the Jewish owners to concentration camps.
This article talks about the rise and fall of Jewish culture before, during, and after World War Two in Berlin, Germany. Jewish population was on the rise before Kristallnacht. Jewish people from the east were moving to Berlin because it was the center for culture. When Kristallnacht happened Jewish synagogues and scriptures were destroyed, along with books which all contain their culture. This was also know as Book Burning, something that Nazis did to destroy Jewish culture and show they have more power over them.
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