Sunday, April 11, 2010

Yom HaShoah: Nazi Holocaust Remembrance Day for Remembering the Six Million Jews Slaughtered under Nazi Rule

The video and text time line below outline what white het-identified German and other European mascu-nazis did. Mascu-Nazis still exist. And genocidal and gynocidal atrocities still exists, in many places in many forms.

I never write the term "Holocaust" alone to mean "The Nazi Holocaust" because clearly, throughout history, white het men have mass murdered many people of color, including many women. White het men also mass murder white women.

Between 75 and 90 million Indigenous people just in North America were slaughtered by white men. The Maafa saw the genocide of millions of sub-Saharan West Africans through being enslaved and sent across the sea in shackles, followed by decades of enslavement, rape, and lynching all done by white het men.

The genocide against people of color globally committed by U.S. white het men continues to this day, with the most overtly military atrocity happening in Afghanistan and Iraq. When we say "never forget" we must also say "do not be in denial", including what is occurring the present that white het men do not own or take responsibility for, collectively. White/Aryan Germans didn't either, claiming they were not responsible. And we know what a load of CRAP that was. The same is true now, with the rape atrocity and other racist genocides.

Those with structural, institutional, systemic, and financial power are most responsible. In the U.S., and in all other white-dominated places, that population of the most powerful is overwhelmingly white het men. For WHM to deny responsibility and culpability is to tell the world "we are not human".

What follows next is from *here*

Sunday, April 11

Yom HaShoah 2010

Yom HaShoah, or Holocaust Memorial Day, is marked on the Hebrew date of Nissan 27th. On this day, we remember the lives of the 6 million Jews murdered during the Holocaust, and the experiences of those who survived its horrors.

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With apologies: not all the text with the images is legible. But most of it is. A time line from here follows  the video, so you can see the time line of that atrocity.

Timeline of the 1933 - 1945 ECD

Nazi Holocaust (HaShoah)

The Nazi Holocaust



Detailed Information

30th January 1933 Hitler Chancellor of Germany Adolf Hitler was elected Chancellor of Germany
22nd March 1933 First concentration camp opened The first concentration camp was opened at Dachau in Germany
1st April 1933 Jewish shops boycotted Germans were told not to buy from Jewish shops or businesses 
24th November 1933 'Undesirables' sent to camps  Homeless, alcoholic and unemployed people were sent to concentration camps
17th May 1934 Jewish persecution An order was issued which prohibited Jewish people from having health insurance
15th September 1935 Nuremberg Laws The Nuremberg Laws were introduced. These laws were designed to take away Jewish rights of citizenship and included orders that:  Jews are no longer allowed to be German citizens.
Jews cannot marry non-Jews.
Jews cannot have sexual relations with non-Jews.
13th March 1938 Austrian Jews persecuted Following Anschluss which joined Germany and Austria, Jews in Austria were persecuted and victimised.
8th July 1938 Munich synagogue destroyed The Jewish synagogue in Munich was destroyed
5th October 1938 Jewish passports stamped with 'J' The passports of all Austrian and German Jews had to be stamped with a large red letter 'J'
9th November 1938 Kristallnacht  A night of extreme violence. Approximately 100 Jews were murdered,
20,000 German and Austrian Jews arrested and sent to camps, Hundreds of synagogues burned, and the
Windows of Jewish shops  all over Germany and Austria smashed.
12th November 1938 Jews fined  Jews were made to pay one billion marks for the damage caused by Kristallnacht.
15th November 1938 Jewish children expelled from schools An order was issued that stated that Jewish children should not be allowed to attend non-Jewish German schools
12th October 1939 Austrian and Czech Jews deported Jews living in Austria and Czechoslovakia were sent to Poland
23rd November 1939 Yellow Star introduced Jews in Poland were forced to sew a yellow star onto their clothes so that they could be easily identified.
Early 1940 European Jews persecuted Jews in German occupied countries were persecuted by the Nazis and many were sent to concentration camps.
20th May 1940 Auschwitz A new concentration camp, Auschwitz, opened
15th November 1940 Warsaw Ghetto The Warsaw Ghetto was sealed off. There were around 400,000 Jewish people inside
July 1941 Einsatzgruppen The Einsatzgruppen (killing squads) began rounding up and murdering Jews in Russia. 33,000 Jews are murdered in two days at Babi Yar near Kiev.
31st July 1941 'Final Solution'  Reinhard Heydrich chosen to implement ‘Final Solution’
8th December 1941 First 'Death Camp' The first 'Death Camp' was opened at Chelmno.
January 1942 Mass-gassing Mass-gassing of Jews began at Auschwitz-Birkenau
Summer 1942 European Jews gassed Jews from all over occupied Europe were sent to 'Death Camps'
29th January 1943 Gypsies sent to camps An order was issued for gypsies to be sent to concentration camps.
19th April - 16th May 1943 Warsaw Ghetto Uprising  An order was issued to empty the Warsaw Ghetto and deport the inmates to Treblinka. Following the deportation of some Warsaw Jews, news leaked back to those remaining in the Ghetto of mass killings.
A group of about 750 mainly young people decided that they had nothing to lose by resisting deportation. Using weapons smuggled into the Ghetto they fired on German troops who tried to round up inmates for deportation.
They held out for nearly a month before they were taken by the Nazis and shot or sent to death camps.
Late 1943 'Death Camps' closed With the Russians advancing from the East, many 'Death Camps' were closed and evidence destroyed.
14th May - 8th July 1944 Hungarian Jews sent to Auschwitz  440,000 Hungarian Jews were transported to Auschwitz
30th October 1944 Auschwitz The gas chambers at Auschwitz were used for the last time
27th January 1945 'Death Marches' Many remaining camps were closed and evidence of their existence destroyed. Those who had survived the camps so far were taken on forced 'Death Marches'.
30th April 1945 Hitler committed suicide Faced with impending defeat, Hitler committed suicide
7th May 1945 German surrender Germany surrendered and the war in Europe was over
20th November 1945 Nuremberg war trial began Surviving Nazi leaders were put on trial at Nuremberg

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