Who was the major nazi leader during the Holocaust?
The leader was Adolf Hitler.
Nazi leaders were not brought to justice during the Holocaust. That is why there was able to be a Holocaust. The Nazi leaders who survived were brought to trial after the war and the holocaust was ended. This was done by trying them in an international court of law before a panel of judges from the major allied countries.
Adolf Hitler (leader of Germany) Heinrich Himmler (leader of the concentration camps) Adolf Eichmann (leader of the Holocaust) Oskar Schindler (the most popular Righteous Among the Nations who selflessly rescued over 1,200 Jews by employing them in his factory) Anne Frank (most famous Holocaust victim) Elie Wiesel (Nobel Peace Prize winner and most-known Holocaust survivor) Simon Wiesenthal (Holocaust survivor and most-notable professional Nazi hunter)
The Nazi slaughter of million of civilians during World war 2 is called the Holocaust true of false?
Why was Adolf Hitler the leader of the Nazi party if only the Nazi party was responsible for the Holocaust?
Concentration camps were camps that the Jews were sent to during the time of the Holocaust. There were four major concentration camps. Most were killed there in torturous ways, forced into physical labor, or forced into sexual slavery. Not only Jews were sent there though also gypsies, homosexuals, just about anyone who was not a Nazi.
America fought against Nazi Germany and had NO part in murdering Jews and the other victims of the Nazis. American, British, French, and Soviet troops liberated victims of the holocaust that were found at the various death camps. These allied powers tried Nazi war criminals, for their part in the holocaust.America played a major role in ending the holocaust of WW2.
Have you ever heard of Hitler? He was the Nazi leader which is often considered as Germans which is a big stereotype. Hitler started the Holocaust so that is the connection ___ The Holocaust was carried out by men in German uniforms acting on orders passed down from their leaders. To put it simply: It was Germany that committed the Holocaust.
The German Nazi regime carried out the Holocaust during World War 2, but most of the major killing centres were in Nazi-occupied Poland, and the mass open air killings took place largely in Poland, Belarus, Lithuania, Latvia and Ukraine. The Holocaust - in the sense of genocide and other systematic mass killings - took place mainly in Poland, the Soviet Union and in various other parts of Eastern Europe. Germany had concentration camps, mainly for…
the Holocaust is a concept created after the events, as such it has no leader. The Holocaust was a set of actions perpetrated under the Nazi government which was led by Hitler. The Holocaust was orchestrated by Himmler and planned by Heydrich and actualised by the adminstration of Eichmann. However the order for it was signed by Goering. Pick which ever of those names you care to and there is an argument for any of…