Gypsies, mentally impaired, communists, transexuals, homosexuals, Jews, etc--they all went to the death camps. (They all had to wear different symbols: the yellow star for Jews, a pink triangle for Gay, etc)
Besides the Jews, the Nazis also persecuted gypsies, homosexuals, Soviets and the mentally disabled.
Jews ,homosexuals , gypsies ,tramps and beggars ,Eastern Europeans ,mentally and physically disabled .
-Jehovah's Witnesses-Gays and lesbians-People with disabilities-GypsiesHomosexuals, gypsies, mentally and physically disabled, tramps and beggars, and political opponents.
Yes they killed the mentally retarded and handicapped along with gypsies, homosexuals, and of course the Jews.
The Jews, Gypsies and people with deformities.
Some other persecuted groups include: Slavs, Gypsies, Homosexuals, Physically & Mentally Handicapped Perople, Catholic Leaders, and Political Opponents.people
Jews, Gypsies and Cripples/ people with disablilities
During the Holocaust, the Nazis targeted seven major groups: Jews, Romas (gypsies), homosexuals, Slavs, mentally and physically handicapped, Jehovah's Witnesses, and Soviet Prisoners of war.
Although the Jews were the largest group targeted by Nazis, they also victimised Poles and other Slavic races, gypsies, negroes, homosexuals, the mentally retarded and religious dissidents such as Jehovahs Winesses
Jews, homosexualls, gypsies, mentally handicapped, and other "enemies" of the Nazis
Gypsies,blacks and homosexuals
The Nazis were interested in exterminating groups that they felt were inferior. Jews, disabled people, Slavic people, and gypsies were the groups that were exterminated on racial grounds.
The gypsies, freemasons, and jehovahs
The Nazis were against many groups includingPeople of Jewish Faith and originHomosexualsPeople whose beliefs were on the far left of the political spectrum (i.e. a communist)PolesSlavsRussiansRoma ('Gypsies')Mentally ill or DisabledPermanently physically disabledFreemasonsJehovah's Witness
Jews, black people, the mentally disabled, gypsies, or anyone who did'nt fit the mythical "ayrian" stereotype.
the Nazis used propaganda to persuade people to support them/join their army against all Jews, gypsies, homo-sexuals, and the mentally and physically challenged people.
Non-"aryans":jewsblacksgypsiesmentally illslavic peoplechristianscommunistsetc.
Jews, Gypsies and Homosexuals. Although Slavs died in the largest numbers during the war. The Nazis also killed many physically and mentally handicapped people but not to the same degree.
Jews, Roma (Gypsies), Second-day Adventists, Homosexuals, residents of institutions for the mentally ill. By far the largest group was the Jews, but in terms of the proportion of the population executed, the Roma suffered as much.
The Nazis wanted to eliminate anyone who did not fit into their vision of a perfect society, (this is different from those who they wanted to kill) these included: 1. some Roma (gypsies), and many other tribes of gypsies. 2. habitual criminals. 3. communists. 4. the mentally handicapped. 5. homosexuals. 6. Jehovah's Witnesses, and other religious groups/leaders who did not support the state. 7. trades unionists. 8. members of opposition/resistance groups.
The only groups singled out for extermination rather than enslavement were the Jews and the Romanies ('gypsies'). Please see related question.
the Gypsies escaped the wrath of the Nazis No, they didn't.