Chapter 24, Section 3 The Holocaust ? Chapter 24,Section 3 389 Chapter 24, Section 3 The Holocaust
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Chapter 24, Section 3 389
Chapter 24, Section 3
The Holocaust(Pages 719724)
Setting a Purpose for Reading Think about these questions as you read: What were the Nazi prejudices against Jews and the early persecutions of
German Jews? What methods did Hitler use to try to exterminate Europes Jewish popu-
As you read pages 719724 in your textbook, complete the graphic organizer
below by listing examples of Nazi persecution of German Jews.
As you read, number the following events in the order in which they occurred.
_____ Buchenwald concentration camp is built
_____ Anti-Jewish violence erupts on Kristallnacht
_____ Jews are banned from working as civil servants and teachers
_____ SS St. Louis forbidden to dock in the United States
_____ Nuremberg Laws deny Jews their citizenship
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390 Chapter 24, Section 3
Before you begin reading this lesson, skim the headingsand photo captions. What do they suggest you will learn?
Define or describe the following key term from this lesson.
Use each of the following terms, which you studied in an earlier chapter, in a sentence that reflects the termsmeaning in this lesson.
The United States chose to adhere to its isolationist policyduring the early years of World War II. What other optionscould the nation have followed? Write your thoughts on thelines below.
access(Chapter 4, Section 4)
implement(Chapter 5, Section 2)
Nazi Persecution of the Jews (pages 719722)
The Final Solution (pages 723724)
Chapter 24, Section 3 391
Define or describe the following key terms from this lesson.
Define each of the following terms that you studied in anearlier chapter.
Now that you have read the section, answer these questionsfrom Setting a Purpose for Reading at the beginning of thesection.
What were the Nazi prejudices against Jews and the early persecutions ofGerman Jews?
What methods did Hitler use to try to exterminate Europes Jewish population?
culture(Chapter 1, Section 2)
estimated(Chapter 3, Section 1)