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Genocide

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Genocide
What Is Genocide?
Religion
Politics
Economic
s
Culture
Key Events
Case Study
Case Study
What Has Been Done?
What Could Be Done
1915: Armenian Genocide
Religious oppression
Physical
Geog
raphy
"Turkifying"
1.5 million deaths
Fall of Ottoman Empire
1994 :Rwandan Genocide
Three main groups
New power
Radical groups
Political Views
New Borders
Change in Power
Creates Fear
Government transform
s
Peacebuilding Organizations
Medical/Judicial assistance
Internationally Outlawed
Other Organizations
Alliance against genocide, Genocide prevention task force, etc...
Equality
Basic Human Rights

The intentional destruction of a group of people
1838-1839: Native American Removal
Americans wanted Native American land to farm
Huge impact
Killing, sexual abuse, population control
Victims somet
imes targeted for re
ligious beliefs
Can convert an entire population
Creates lasting stereotypes and prejudices
Usually caused by political or economic problems
Refugees
Warfare
Resources Needed
Bodies
1937-1938:The Nanking Massacre
1933-1945: Holocaust


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Work Cited
Effects
Slow economy
Decreasing workforce and
consumer population
Unbalanced variety of
occupational skill
1830: Indian Removal Act passed
Americans forced the Native Americans
westward on the "Trail of Tears"
many following
massacres
1933: Appointment of Adolf Hitler as chancellor of Germany
Objectives: Expand Germany and create a "pure" German race
1933-1945: The Holocaust
Total Deaths from Nazi Genocidal Policies

European Jews: 5,600,000 to 6,250,000
Soviet prisoners of war: 3,000,000
Polish Catholics: 3,000,000
Serbians: 700,000 (Croat Ustasa persecution)
Roma, Sinti, and Lalleri: 222,000 to 250,000
Germans: (political, religious, and Resistance) 80,000
Germans (handicapped): 70,000
Homosexuals: 12,000
Jehovah’s Witnesses (religious group): 2500
1933-1945: The Holocaust
Nuremberg Laws of 1935
"Aryanization" of Jewish businesses
November 1938: Kristallnacht (“Night of Broken Glass”)
September 1939: Polish ghettos established
Autumn of 1939, with the launch of their “Euthanasia Program.”
1941: millions were deported to Polish ghettos and USSR cities, then later sent to concentration camps
1933-1945: The Holocaust
Concentration camps
Death marches
inhumane and unsanitary conditions
forced labor
gassings and death sentences
deaths by starvation or disease
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