World War 2
Which groups other than Jews were persecuted in World War 2 and why?
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What other groups besides Jews were persecuted in World War 2?
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What difference between the persecution of the Jews and the persecution of other groups classified by the Nazis as enemies?
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What other groups of people besides the Jews were persecuted by the Nazis?
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What groups other than Jews were persecuted by Hitler in World War 2?
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Which people were killed in the holocaust?
In terms of numbers, Jews were the largest single group killed in the Holocaust. However, many other groups were persecuted and murdered too. The first to be systematically murdered, before the establishment of the camps, were the disabled and mentally ill. Other groups to join Jews in the camps included homosexuals, Roma, Sinti, Jehova's Witnesses, Catholic and other Priests, Communists, Socialists, Trade Unionists, Anarchists, Pacifists, People of Colour, criminals, POWs and various Eastern European nationalities, including Poles, Slavs and others. Basically, anyone the Nazis considered racially impure, genetically inferior, a burden on society or a threat to the Nazi Party.
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What were other groups that Adolf Hitler persecuted?
What are three groups of people that were persecuted?
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What groups were persecuted in the holocaust?
It was mainly the Jews who were persecuted in WW2, but other minority groups such as Homosexuals, Black people, Jehovah's Witnesses, and Gypsies were also taken to concerntation camps and brutally disposed of in gas chambers. ___ In addition, about 60% of all Soviet prisoners-of-war in German hands perished. Jews Sinti and Roma (Gypsies) Socialists Communists Poles Homosexuals Incurables Jehovah's Witnesses Hitler persecuted many groups, including Jews, socialists, gypsies, and homosexuals.