What is Holocaust cloak?
The term "Holocaust Cloak" is mainly known from the "The Princess Bride". The main character, Westley, wishes for one when he and his friends are making plans to storm the evil prince's castle.
A holocaust cloak is another name for a cloak of flames. It is a heavy garment that is meant to ignite, either due to the rage of the wearer as punishment, or on command from the wearer as protection against attackers.
A holocaust cloak is another name for a cloak of flames. It is a heavy garment that is meant to ignite, either due to the rage of the wearer as punishment, or on command from the wearer as protection against attackers.
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The Holocaust The Holocaust (with a capital H) refers to thegenocide (mass murder) of about six million Jews by the Nazis in1941-1945 (during World War 2). It was the so-called Final Solution[of the Jewish Question]. The term is often used in a broader sense to include millions ofothers also killed… by the Nazis on the basis of group identity. Seethe related question on target and victims for details of othergroups. The Holocaust Encyclopedia, published by the United StatesHolocaust Memorial Museum states: 'The Holocaust was the systematic, bureaucratic, state-sponsoredpersecution and murder of approximately six million Jews by theNazi regime and its collaborators'. It goes on to say that at the same time: German authorities alsotargeted other groups because of their perceived "racialinferiority": Roma (Gypsies), the disabled, and some of the Slavicpeoples (Poles, Russians, and others). Other groups were persecutedon political, ideological, and behavioral grounds, among themCommunists, Socialists, Jehovah's Witnesses, and homosexuals. In the Holocaust (1941-1945) the aim was the total genocide(murder, destruction) of the Jews. The Jews in Germany were subject to growing persecution by theNazis since the latter came to power in 1933. From 1938 onwardsHitler extended German control over a large part of Europe,especially after the invasion of Poland in 1939. In the process,the number of Jews under Nazi rule grew rapidly. When the Germans invaded the Soviet Union in June 1941, specialdeath squads (the SD-Einsatzgruppen - mobile killing units)moved in and carried out mass open air killings of Jews, one of themost notorious being at Babi Yar where about 33,500 Jews wereslaughtered. In 1941-42 extermination camps were established by the Nazis inPoland. The following camps existed solely for the purpose ofexterminating (usually by gassing): . Auschwitz (part of the Birkenau section) . Chelmno (Kulmhof) . Belzec . Sobibor . Treblinka . Majdanek (part only; the rest was a very harsh concentrationcamp) * Maly Trostinets (in Belarus) * Bronnaya Gora (in Belarus) Auschwitz became the most notorious camp of all. Part of it existedpurely for the purpose of gassing victims. Others were worked todeath on grossly inadequate food. There were frequent outbreaks oftyphus in the labor camps. Some died from quack medical'experiments'. Two of Germany's Axis allies, Romania and the puppet state ofCroatia, conducted their own Holocausts - often using heavy, bluntinstruments instead of gas. The Allies, though fighting against Germany, did not undertake anyaction designed specifically to stop the genocide. And More About the Holocaust The Holocaust was the period ofoppression, incarceration, exploitation and annihilation that wasinitiated and executed by Nazi Germany and some other Axiscountries against people of the Jewish race between 1939 and 1945. The Holocaust was the attempt to exterminate all the Jews inEurope. This attempt at genocide killed more than 6 million Jewsand 5 million others, mainly in death camps, such as Auschwitz andTreblinka and mass open air shootings. The perpetrators of the horrors that took place during theHolocaust were the Nazis and their allies. Actually, to be able tofully understand what the Holocaust was, I suggest you check outsome of the related links listed below. The holocaust was the inhuman, mass murder of the Jewish race inGerman-occupied Europe. This is just a short explanation of the Holocaust. I have not evenbegun to explain the horrors. I would encourage you to learn moreabout it by reading two of my favorite books: Alicia MyStory by Alicia Appleman Jurman, or All But My Life byGerda Weissman Klein. It was when Hitler went made with power it stared with speech endedin killing Jews The Holocaust is also known as The Shoah and was the genocide ormass murder of approx. 6million Jews during World War 2. It was aprogramme of systematic state sponsored murder of Jews by AdolphHitlers Nazi Party. Over 9 million Jews were sent to Concentration Camps where theywere subjected to slave labour (many died from exhaustion ordisease) or sent to gas chambers at extermination camps. Of these nine million approx. two thirds were killed. ( Full Answer )
The Holocaust refers specifically to the Nazi genocide of the Jews. This is generally dated as 1941 to 1945 and took place in World War 2. Of course, before the start of the Holocaust, the Jews in Nazi Germany and later also in other areas under German control were persecuted and killed, b…ut is not the same thing as routine killings, which are the hallmark of genocide. Routine mass gassings began at Chelmno on December 8, 1941, but the mobile killing units (SD-Einsatzgruppen) went on their first routine killing spree in Kaunas, Lithuania on June 25,1941. Further administrative details of Holocaust were worked out at the Wannsee Conference on 20 January 1942. (The actual 'conference' lasted only 90 minutes and was mainly concerned with co-ordinating the activities of the various agencies involved. Apart from a brief discussion of what to do about half-Jews and quarter-Jews, the meeting was not concerned with matters of policy). The Holocaust was over by May 9, 1945, when Stutthof was liberated. Most camps were liberated somewhat earlier. ____ The Holocaust can be said to have begun at many different points, as it refers to a chain of events involving persecution of Jews in Nazi Germany, and culminating in their systematic extermination in Europe. ____ There's timeline at this link: ushmm.org The Holocaust began with repressive measures to strip the wealth from and restrict the liberties of Jews in Germany immediately after the Nazis came to power in 1933. Systematic murder of Jews began in September 1939 when Germany invaded Poland. However, the mechanical murder of Jews only truly began with the invasion of Russia in 1941. Some modification of the murder policy was implemented in 1943 when the tide of war went against Germany and more emphasis was placed on working Jews to death rather than by gassing and mass shooting. Tragically, the murder continued right up to the final days of war in 1945 when Jews were forced onto death marches from the camps back into Germany. ____ If you are going to take the start of the Holocaust back to 1933, the term is redundant and you might as well just talk about persecution. What made Nazi persecution of the Jews and 'gypsies' different from most persecutions was genocide . That began in 1941, not 1933. ( Full Answer )
Basic when and where of the Holocaust Timespan of genocide (mass murder): 1941-1945. Locations: in Nazi occupied Europe. The extermination camps were nearly all in Nazi occupied Poland. . Mass open air shootings of Jews began in June and July 1941 behind German lines in Lithuania, eastern …Poland, Belarus, Latvia and the Ukraine (in the then Soviet Union). Obviously, persecution, oppression and enforced ghettoization had started earlier and had already taken their toll. . Routine (as opposed to experimental) gassings of Jews began on 8 December 1941 at Chelmno. . The extermination camps - Auschwitz II (Birkenau), Belzec, Chelmno, Majdanek, Sobibor and Treblinka - were all situated in Nazi-occupied Poland. . The Holocaust affected Jews throughout Nazi controlled territory between 1941 and 1945. . The Holocaust took place in Germany and German-occupied Europe. It was not confined to any particular town or city. . Two of Germany's allies - Romania and Croatia - carried out their own holocausts. . The Holocaust ended in May 1945, but some camps and some areas were liberated earlier. Start of the Holocaust The Holocaust refers to genocide. Persecution and pogroms by the Nazis prior to the mass killings that started in 1941 do not have the obvious uniqueness of the Holocaust in the more precise sense. Even the events of the Night of the Broken Glass ( Kristallnacht ) - a massive pogrom - seem to have been designed to bully Jews in Germany into leaving the country. (One might regard the events of 1938-41 as a 'prelude' to the Holocaust). Mass killings of Jews began in June 1941 as the death squads ( SD-Einsatzgruppen ) that followed the German armies into the Soviet Union began to operate behind the German lines. The deportation of Jews from Berlin to Theresienstadt, to Riga (Latvia) and Maly Trostenets (Minsk, Belarus) started on 15 October 1941. Riga in Latvia and Maly Trostenets soon became a vast killing field for deported Berlin Jews. The first large scale gassings took place at Chelmno on 8 December 1941. Further administrative details of Holocaust were worked out at the Wannsee Conference on 20 January 1942. (The actual 'conference' lasted only 90 minutes and was mainly concerned with co-ordinating the activities of the various agencies involved. Apart from a brief discussion of what to do about half-Jews and quarter-Jews, the meeting was not concerned with matters of policy). Answer There's timeline at this link: ushmm.org Location of the Holocaust The Holocaust did not happen in any one place. Everywhere the Germans conquered they exterminated the Jewish population and any other 'undersireables'. In the Soviet Union and parts of eastern Poland there were large scale mass executions throughout Nazi held territory. The extermination camps were nearly all in Poland. The killings took place in: 1. Mass open air shootings (especially in the Soviet Union) 2. Exceptionally harsh concentration camps, where the prisoners were literally worked to death: they had to do heavy manual labour (such as quarrying and mining) on insufficient food. 3. Extermination camps, mainly located in Poland: . Auschwitz-Birkenau . Belzec . Chelmno . Majdanek (used mainly as a back-up) . Sobibor . Treblinka The above camps were all in Poland. In addition, Maly Trostenets in Belarus is generally regarded as an extermination camp. In Poland, Jews were herded into ghettos (such as the Warsaw Ghetto and the Lodz Ghetto) and given grossly insufficient food and not allowed medication. Many died of stavation and disease. Two of Germany's allies, Romania and Croatia, carried out their own national holocausts. Here is more input: . In my opinion, the Holocaust happened in every town, every house, every heart that knew what was happening and did nothing. Most of the killing was done in Eastern Europe, as the previous post mentioned, especially Poland and Russia. But other countries all over Europe participated, shipping out their Jewish populations, out of fear or to get rid of undesirable peoples. Some of Germany's allies, such as Croatia and Romania conducted their own holocausts. As countries began closing their borders to Jewish refugees, including the US, they contributed indirectly to the death toll in the camps. End of the Holocaust The short answer: the Holocaust ended in 1945. Here are some longer answers: . The holocaust ended in 1945 when World War 2 was about to end. . The holocaust ended in specific places when the Allies liberated the camps in 1944-1945. The holocaust did not end completely till the end of WWII in Europe and the surrender of all German troops. . The Holocaust ended a few days after Hitler committed suicide in 1945. However, even when camps were liberated the death rate from disease remained high for several weeks. ( Full Answer )
leader(s)- Adolf Hitler, Amon Goeth, Adolf Eichmann. groups opressed- jews, homos, bis, trans, jehovahs witnesses, blacks, POWs, political enemies, the physically and mentally disabled, and probably more...
True, but there's more to it Contributor... 1) Following the most common image of the Holocaust, you were sent to a ghetto where you were systematically starved in preparation for your death at a concentration camp. Once arrived, you were meant to starved, disease ridden, and exhausted...ready to d…ie. For those who survived selection, work was to be carried out until death. Your head was shaved, a number tattooed onto your arm, and a single small bowl was given to you for your meal. If you lost it, you would soon starve to death. If you happened to die, your body would either be cremated, buried in a mass pit, or burned in a mass pit. For those who didn't survive selection, the gas chamber was inevitable. After they fell victim to the gas, their bodies were disposed of in either way as well. 2) Not following the most common image of the Holocaust, Nazi ghettos and concentration camps, you would most likely be put to death by special Nazi killing units, known as the Einsatzgruppen. The units killed an estimated 1.5 million people through massive shootings. Victims of the Einsatzgruppen were mainly from Eastern Europe, where many of those mentioned on Hitler's "inferior race list" lived at the time. Victims were forced to strip naked and stand in massive pits, where they were shot. Once the first layer of bodies had been laid down, other victims were forced to lay on top of the dead bodies and be shot. Though women and children were at first spared, they quickly became victims as well. ( Full Answer )
A cloak can be a loose outer garment or cape, or a cover, as for concealment. The term is also used to mean anything that covers, conceals, or disguises, e.g. The dark night cloaked the activities of the gang.
An Arab cloak is called an "Aba". It is a long, loose sleeveless outer garment of fine silk. . Burnoose is a hooded cloak. . The headscarf is known as a "hijab", while the cloak is known as an "abaya"
i will tell you how to make a INVISIBILITY CLOAK. first get a cloak the easy part.then you make a potion.you need hot H20 cold H20 string beans corn syrup white color die blue paint.the get something that is see thew. something bi as the cloak cut the cloak and put he see thew thing there >>>glue it
A barrel with holes for extremities, which a drunkard was placed in. The person was then pushed down a hill, and told they were invisible and invincible, so that nothing could see or hurt them. The drunkard believed them. Unfortunately, there would be a pack of mangy dogs at the bottom, and the drun…kard would be ripped to pieces. ( Full Answer )
Cloak and dagger: concerning or involving spies, secret agents, intrigue and mystery Origin: from the 1600s in Spain - whereby, characters in dramas hid their daggers in their cloaks
go to this statue with three people on it left of falcons nest an choose assualt on necropolis and talk to the ghost then click upgrade doom cloak and you can upgrade it to the cloak of doom.
On the 1st page after the cover you see the titles written with just the symbol shown above it. This is the cloak of invisibility, I studied it at Oxford. On the last page, Merlin is shown wearing the grand commodious coat with the symbol in the corner. Anyone who actually thinks this is an invis…ibility cloak is a retard Tora: actually the commodious coat is being worn by the Lapp Shaman in chapter 4. the symbol is on the hem ( Full Answer )
1. Let's rephrase the Question. The Holocaust was an event, not a place.. 2. Behind the whole scheme was the Nazi's, or sometimes refered to as the German Workers' Party.. 3. Their Leader was Adolf Hitler. 4. In case your refering to the concentration camps, eg. Auschwitz; Many German soldiers, a…nd Lots of Jewish people who were tricked into going there, forced away from family and given little to eat, and at times just gased to death. They all wore striped "pygamas" and also wore a armband with the star of david written on it. ( Full Answer )
Its a security system similar to flash fog, that uses fog to stop a burglar, the intent is that he cannot find what he is looking for (literally). flashfog takes it up one more step, as it also includes a strobe light, that further cuts visibility by a factor of 3. more info at www.flashfogsecurit…y.com ( Full Answer )
The holocaust official began on the night called Kristallnacht. There were also rules that lead up to this day forbidding Jews or some certain rights. In the end the holocuast began in 1939.
In the movie, The Princess Bride, Fezzik obtains the cloak at Miracle Max's. . However, in the book, obtains it while looking for newt powder (which was needed to create the pill that revived Wesley).
There weren't just jews. They killed everyone which Hitler thought to be inferior. Like Gypsies, disabled people, jews, Communists, socialists, etc.
You will need to have Burmy participate in a battle twice in a row. First, bring a Burmy to battle in a cave. After a simple battle, bring the same Burmy into another battle, and then you'll see that Burmy now has a Sand cloak. If you want a Sand-cloaked Wormadam, evolve a Burmy that currently has a… Sand cloak. Burmy evolve at level 20. ( Full Answer )
NinjaCloak basically gets past any proxys or filters. I'd wouldn't use it at school though you could get banned from school computers or suspended or expelled.
a korowai is a Maori cloak that is worn by chiefs or one that has been passed down their ancestors down to them. You can also make a korowai with feathers.
Students at Hogwarts wear black robes, and winter robes are black with silver fastenings. At Beauxbatons Academy of Magic, the robes are blue silk. At Durmstrang, they wear robes of deep, blood-red. Dress robes may be any color, but are only worn for special occasions, not class. At the Ministry of …Magic, the only color robes mentioned are those worn by Magical Maintenance, which are navy blue. ( Full Answer )
When you are fighting inside or in a town it should be trash but ill check BRB.
the people in black cloaks with red clouds are called the akatsuki. they are the ones who took the demons 1-7 to their hide out.
One. Cloakedâ¢ Technically one syllable, but that doesn't take account of the 'ked', if properly pronounced. Perhaps 'one and a half' syllables? I hope a language expert can advise.
yes you can barely see him i mean the PREDATOR is awesome but yes it can cloak.
While there is reserch into this area being conducted, there is no technology currently that can "cloak" a physical object or person within the visible spectrum. Machines may be cloaked from other wavelengths of the electromagnectic spectrum. The human form can even be obstructed within the infared …spectrum, but nothing can be succesfully "cloaked" from sight. Researchers in Tokyo are close to perfecting psuedo-invisibility, that is virtual invisibility over video devices, but the practical applications of this are limited. ( Full Answer )
if your taking about a vestment cloak you have to do level 2 clue scrolls or you can buy them from the ge, from 1 mil to 1.7 mil gp. However there is also castle war cloak which you get from the castle war mini game, fremennik cloaks bought from ge or rellika, ghostly cloak from the mini game after …you complete desert treasure, ham cloaks which can be stolen from H.A.M members or bought from ge, witch and warlock cloak which was obtained from a Halloween event, webbed cloak which was also another Halloween event reward, mourner cloak which can be obtained by killing a lvl 11 mourner on the path to Prifiddinas and finally the ardougen cloak which is obtained by doing the ardougen achievement dairy. I hope that answers your question however you can always just Google it. ( Full Answer )
if you are asking why the plague doctor wore a cloak it was because it would stop them from getting the disease themselves. They also wore a beak which stopped them breathing the lethal disease
Chlamydia is like a cloak in that it is an obligate intracellar parasite. In that sense, it's "cloaked."
When there is a bubbly orange thing surrounding Naruto. When he actually starts transforming, he becomes a solid red color.
A rectangular or oval clothing that drapes over one shoulder and knee length. Worn in ancient Greece only worn by men for hard work Hermes and Alexander the Great wore one too. They are hard to get back then.
It is in Yulgar's shop (/join yulgar) for 100,000 gold. There is also a quest for it in Unidentified Weapons and Cloaks but one of the quests is member. it can be purchased from yulgar it costs 100,000
in the beginning the hobbit gets a dark green hood and a dark green cloak borrowed from dwalin. i think he loses it but then all 14, in lake town, get new cloaks.
you may not no this but obsidian cloak doenst exist on aq. the obsidian cloak is from runescape another mmo. the word obsidian comes from runescape and it haslots of other items that are obsidian. Contrary to what the person above says there is such a thing as a n obsidian cloak for adventure qu…est. You can go to obsidia's lair and it is the guardians version of the necromancers cloak. P.S it is also in runescape for (last I checked) 250,000 gps along with other obsidian items such as the tatz items ( Full Answer )
The Holocaust was the murder of 6 million European Jews, and 5 million Gentiles during World War 2. It started in 1941 and ended when world war 2 ended. The start date and end date are debateable: - the fist signs of persecution were seen already in 1933 - the first killings (because of the victim…s being Jewish) were in 1938 - the first deportations (because of religion) were in 1941 - the first organised killings (because of the victims being Jewish) were in 1941 - people still died because of the treatment which they received well past the end of the war - the mental effects of their suffering affected them for the rest of their lives. It is often mistakenly called a genocide, but as there were survivors, that term does not apply. The term 'Holocaust' and exactly what it refers to is not agreed upon. ___ "It is often mistakenly called a genocide, but as there were survivors, that term does not apply". This view is based on a pedantic, etymological interpretation of the word 'genocide'. The meaning of a word is its use in the language, not its etymology . The term 'genocide' was created in 1943 by Rafael Lemkin to denote what the Nazis were doing to the Jews at the time. 'There is a crime for which we have no name', he commented. Historians who specialize in the history of the Holocaust also use the term 'genocide'. Surely you're not suggesting that they are ignorant? It's also worth taking a look at the international convention on genocide. Please see link. Incidentally, a narrowly etymological definition would allow anyone and any group intending to commit genocide to avoid the charge by leaving a handful of survivors. ( Full Answer )
Yes, they have already created a very basic one. But nothing that can hide something as complex as a human. Yes, in fantasy worlds it is quite possible.
It is kept in a seal glass frame above the main altar of theBasilica of Guadalupe in Mexico City.
Coats and jacketsare a bit different, mostly jackets are pretty stylish and famousamong youngsters where as coat is wore only occasionally or inwinters. Nowadays some online stores are offering coats andjackets for women as well.
Of course Harry keeps the invisibilty cloak. He is going to keep it until he dies, then it will be given to one of his three children, James, Albus or Lilly.
It was probably given to him from his father because in the Deathly Hallows it said that each son gave it to their own son. The invisibility cloak that Harry had was the original cloak of invisibility belonging to Death originally and it came to Harry or his father by being passed down generation to… generation because Harry or the Potters were the generation or descendents of the youngest of the Peverell brothers. ( Full Answer )
It is a cloak that makes you invisible when you wear it. It's one of the three Deathly Hallows.
go to the spy glasses store got to the guy and get eye exame and click the opposite letter he points to like the M click the w
cape, coat, wrap, mantle, covering, layer, blanket, shroud, envelop, hide, screen, mask, disguise, conceal, obscure
Blokes, chokes, pokes, coax, cokes, folks, hoax, jokes, oaks, smokes, stokes, strokes, yolks, croaks all rhyme with "cloaks."
absolutely nothing. the holocaust is done and over with, so we don't need to worry about it now
Cloaking is a search engine optimization (SEO) technique in whichthe content presented to the search engine spider is different fromthat presented to the user's browser. This is done by deliveringcontent based on the IP addresses or the User-Agent HTTP header ofthe user requesting the page.
Any Jews and Non germany aryan people who was Born atleast 15-16 years before the holocaust.
A drunkards cloak is something used in the medieval times for thedrunk guys, they get put in barrels and then they have to walkaround town so the kids can push and tease on them.
The Holocaust was the systematic mass murder of Jews and other 'inferiors' during World War II. Jews were rounded up, transported to camps, and worked to death or killed.
Hestia was the Greek virgin goddess of hearth and architecture. She was normally seen in a simple and modest cloak which was only a head veil. She also had a staff in her hand.