racial extermination


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Noun1.racial extermination - systematic killing of a racial or cultural group
kill, putting to death, killing - the act of terminating a life
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As the above remark attests, though, Sobran wasn't really interested in determining whether "the standard numbers of Jews murdered are inaccurate" or if Nazi Germany, "bad as it was in many ways, was not, in fact, intent on racial extermination.
A more secularized Europe was a reaction to wartime religious excesses, even as that same "rhetoric of the holy war and holy nation" coupled with apocalyptic ideas to "metastasize" into "Fascism, Nazism, and racial extermination.
Readers learn that the many roles he assumed and the organizations he controlled, including police and intelligence, control of German society, racial extermination and settlement policies, and the Waffen-SS, were not as disparate as they once appeared but rather were all interrelated.
It purposely includes the deportation of the 'Sintis' and 'Romas' (German Gypsies), the official words adopted in the mid-2000s after much political debate by the interested parties over how to designate themselves, during a long time ignored by the bibliography as a specific aspect of the National Socialist racial extermination policy.