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European Countries. A few more European Countries. P.V.B.H. Vocabulary. Major Events. The Hitler Bio. Final Jeopardy Matching. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. Scores. $300. $300. $300. $300. $300. $300. $400. $400. $400. $400.

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European Countries

A few more European Countries

P.V.B.H.

Vocabulary

Major Events

The Hitler Bio

Final Jeopardy Matching

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$100

This European country was the home to the Nazi Government.


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What is Germany?

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This European country was a Nazi alley.


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What is Italy?

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This European country had a long name; it is now two countries.


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Whatis Czechoslovakia?

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This tiny country north of Germany came under Nazi control.


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What is Denmark?

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Hitler believed he was entitled to this tiny country because its people spoke German.


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What is Luxembourg?

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This country is known for its fast surrender to Nazis and the shores of the D-day invasion.


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What is France?

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This powerful island country aided the USA and USSR in its fight against Germany, but it was also home to Neville Chamberlain.


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What is Great Britain ( The United Kingdom, or England)?

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Hitler invaded this neighboring country; it was the home to concentration camps, including Auschwitz.


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What is Poland?

Scores


Daily

Double


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This German-speaking country is where Adolf Hitler was born.


$400

What is Austria?

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This North European country is only partially represented on our map.


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What is Norway?

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This man is largely responsible for the Holocaust.


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Who is Adolf Hitler?

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The group of people in charge of Germany during the Holocaust is known as this.


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Who are the Nazis?

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This man lived to tell his story about what he endured while at Auschwitz.


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Who is Ellie Wiesel?

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The United States took on this role until it decided to involve itself in the Holocaust.


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What is Bystander?

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Jewish people, Gypsies, disabled and deaf people, homosexuals, Jehovah's Witnesses and political opponents were this under the Nazi regime .


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What are Victims?

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This is prejudice or discrimination against Jewish people.


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What is anti-Semitism?

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This is someone who is blamed or punished for the mistakes of someone else.


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What is a scapegoat?

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This is the killing of a person who is suffering from an incurable illness; the Nazis did it without any thought.


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What is euthanasia?

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This is the systematic killing of a population, such as a country, race, or local group.


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What is genocide?

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This is to force someone, usually a foreigner or criminal, to leave a country, especially by taking away his or her citizenship.


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What is deportation?

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Hitler became this after President Paul von Hindenburg died; he announced that the offices of chancellor and president would merge; he gave himself total control.


$100

What is Führer?

(a wide range of pronunciations are accepted)

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These laws were designed to strip rights away from Jewish people, including: citizenship, work, education, and even the right to own pets.


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What are the Nuremburg Laws?

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This year’s Olympic Games held in Nazi Germany were nearly protested by the U.S.


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What is 1936?

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This event is known as the Nazis’ first violent stand against Jewish people. Jewish homes, businesses and Synagogues were destroyed.


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What is Kristallnacht (or “Night of Broken Glass)?

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This department under the U.S. Executive Branch hurt Jewish people’s chances of immigrating to the U.S. during the Holocaust.


$500

What is the State Department?

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Adolf Hitler dreamed of becoming this until early adulthood.


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What is an artist?

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Hitler was originally appointed to this position before taking power.


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What is Chancellor?

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This is what got Hitler excited again after being rejected from art school.


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What is World War I?

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Hitler died this way.


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What is by committing suicide?

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Hitler went to jail for this major crime.


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What is attempting to overthrow the German government?

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Final

Jeopardy

P.V.B.H.

This is matching… not answering in the form of a question.

Final Jeopary Problem


MATCHING

11,000,000 people

Warsaw Ghetto Resisters.

Nazis

Breckinridge Long

Persecutor

Victim

Bystander

Hero


MATCHING

11,000,000 people

Warsaw Ghetto Resisters.

Nazis

Breckinridge Long

Persecutor

Victim

Bystander

Hero

Scores


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