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The Night of Broken Glass is also known as Kristallnacht in German. It happened on November 9 and 10, 1938 as a series of attacks against the Jews in Nazi Germany. It was a way to terrify the Jews and capture them to kill or confine to concentration camps.


What was the day that the Holocaust started?

That's hard to answer. There was no real date that it began, but many point to the night of November 9, 1938 as the beginning. This night was called the Kristallnacht, or night of broken glass. On this night, thousands of Jewish businesses and Synagogues were destroyed by the Nazis, and more than 200,000 Jews were arrested and sent to concentration camps.


What is crystal night?

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What kind of things did Adolf Hitler do during the Holocaust?

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What was kristallnacht or the night of broken glass?

where the Nazis went round and killed 91 Jews, and took 30,000 male Jews to concentration camps. they also went round with hammers and broke everyones windows and doors, and smashed synagogues, leaving streets covered in broken glass, so it was called night of broken glass. cheers


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What was the night called that many Jew were killed and taken away to concentration camps?

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What does kristallnacht mean?

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What was the German name for the night the windows of the Jewish gettos were smashed at the start of World War 2?

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How do you say The Night of the Broken Glass in German?

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