Holocaust Exam II Study Guide
You should be able to:
- Be able to discuss the functions of the Einsatzgruppen.
- Identify the names of the various concentration and death camps and the number of camps in Nazi Europe
- Be able to name and briefly discuss the Operation Reinhard death camps.
- Describe the various types of resistance (e.g., passive and active) and provide instances of each.
- Discuss the varying roles of victims, perpetrators, bystanders, and rescuers.
- Describe the events surrounding the Warsaw ghetto uprising and other sites of armed resistance.
- List and discuss the various cultural, historic, situational, and personality factors hypothesized to play a role in the perpetration of the Holocaust.
- Discuss and identify the effects of torture on an individual.
- Describe life in the concentration camps as described in your readings.
- Discuss the will to witness.
- Discuss the reality, effects, and motivation behind excremental assault.
- Discuss the nature of resistance in the camps.
- Describe liberation and the events following liberation.
- Discuss the concept of DP camps and life in the camps.
- Be able to discuss the various uprising in the camps.
- Discuss the major points made by the speaker about Yiddish culture and its role in dealing with oppression.
- Discuss the various videos viewed in class (e.g., One Survivor Remembers, The Last Days, Schindler's List)
- Discuss any of the various questions about Schindler's List as posted on Blackboard.
Define or describe the following terms:
- Zimbardo prison study
- Milgram's obedience study
- Kapo (Capo)
- Asch's conformity study
- The Exodus
- Choiceless Choice
- Danish rescue
You should be able to identify the following individuals:
- Raoul Wallenberg
- Varian Fry
- Rudolf Hoess
- Jean Amery
- Gerda Klein
- Adolf Hitler
- Hermann Goring
- Adolf Eichmann
- Heinrich Himmler
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