Jewish Holocaust -15 Newspaper Headlines 1933-1946 Jews For Sale
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SEE PHOTOS BELOW----- COMPLETE16 page, full newspaper-sized (23" x 17") reprint compilation titled: "THE HOLOCAUST / A Remembrance - 15 Original Newspaper Pages Chroncle the Holocaust / 1933-1946." Containsfull page reprints of actual American newspapers that were published in the 1933 to 1946 time frame. All were selected from actual newspapers reportingthe HOLOCAUST AT THE TIME THAT IT WAS HAPPENING.
See descriptive text at the bottom of this page for an overview of the HOLOCAUST.
The specific issues in this compilation have been picked from an extensive archive of over 500,000 original historical newspapers as the "most displayable"newspaperswith coverage of the Holocaust. They make an EXCELLENT EDUCATIONAL TOOL and illustrate what the general public knew during this dark chapter in World History !!!
Among the events covered are:1933: Hitler appointed Chancellor of Germany;1933: Nazis Boycott Jews; 1938: Nazis Confiscate Jews property; 1938: Krystalnacht, Germans riot against the Jews ; 1938: Germany threatens to exterminate the Jews; 1939: Germany annexes Czechoslovakia ; 1939: Germany invades Poland and World War II begins ; 1942: Ghetto Jews in Poland battle against the Nazi occupiers; 1945: Concentration Death Camps revealed at end of WW II;1946: Trials of Nazi leaders at Nurenberg at the end of the war.
They have been picked from an extensive archive of over 500,000 original historical newspapers as the "best of the best" display newspaperson this subject and are GREAT FOR FRAMING. They make great educational tools that bring the HOLOCAUST tolight in the minds of students and educators alike.
Excellent condition. STEPHEN A. GOLDMAN HISTORICAL NEWSPAPERS stands behind all of the items that we sell with a no questions asked, money back guarantee.U.S. buyers pay $8 priority mail postage which includes waterproof plastic and a heavy cardboard flat to protect your purchase from damage in the mail. We do combine postage (to reduce postage costs) for multiple purchases sent in the same package. We acceptpayment by PAYPAL as well as by CREDIT CARD (Visa and Master Card) through secureon-line PROPAY. We list hundreds of rare newspapers with dates from 1570 through 2004 on each week and we ship packages twice a week. This is truly SIX CENTURIES OF HISTORY that YOU CAN OWN!
The Holocaust is the name applied to the state-led systematic persecution and genocide of the Jews and other minority groups of Europe and North Africa during World War II by Nazi Germany and its collaborators. Early elements of the Holocaust include the Kristallnacht pogrom of the 8th and 9th November 1938 and the T-4 Euthanasia Program, leading to the later use of killing squads and extermination camps in a massive and centrally organized effort to exterminate every possible member of the populations targeted by Adolf Hitler and the Nazis.
The Jews of Europe were the main victims of the Holocaust in what the Nazis called the "Final Solution of the Jewish Question". The commonly used figure for the number of Jewish victims is six million, though estimates by historians using, among other sources, records from the Nazi regime itself, range from five million to seven million. Millions of other minorities also perished in the Holocaust in addition to this figure.The Holocaust was characterized by the efficient and systematic attempt on an industrial scale to assemble and kill as many people as possible, using all of the resources and technology available to the Nazi state.
The Holocaust was geographically widespread and systematically conducted in virtually all areas of Nazi-occupied territory, where Jews and other victims were targeted in what are now 35 separate European nations, and sent to labor camps in some nations or extermination camps in others. The mass killing was at its worst in Central and Eastern Europe, which had more than 7 million Jews in 1939; about 5 million Jews were killed there, including 3 million in Poland and over 1 million in the Soviet Union. Hundreds of thousands also died in the Netherlands, France, Belgium, Yugoslavia, and Greece.
Documented evidence suggests that the Nazis planned to carry out their 'final solution' in other regions if they were conquered, such as the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland. The extermination continued in different parts of Nazi-controlled territory until the end of World War II, only completely ending when the Allies entered Germany itself and forced the Nazis to surrender in May 1945.
Many scholars date the beginning of the Holocaust itself to the anti-Jewish riots of the Night of Broken Glass ("Kristallnacht") of November 9, 1938, in which Jews were attacked and Jewish property was vandalized across Germany. Approximately 100 Jews were killed, and another 30,000 sent to concentration camps, while over 7,000 Jewish shops and 1,574 synagogues (almost every synagogue in Germany) were damaged or destroyed. Similar events took place in Vienna at the same time.
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