After Kristallnacht, no German citizen could say they did not know what would happen to the Jews.
On the night/morning of November 9-10th, 1938, a massive uprising known as a pogrom occurred. Directed at Jews, it was the first of its kind in which the police and other members of authority did nothing to stop, maintaining a passive role. Kristallnacht was the supposed beginning of the end for German Jews - it highlighted the first nationwide action against the religious group, and was the start of the government endorsed campaign of systematic genocide. As these events unfolded, it was almost certain that the population of Germany could foresee what was going to happen, but the exten…
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