Loskaberth

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Fethesigow Ledhys
Yedhowon 5.93 million [1]
Prisnoryon-Vresel sovyetek 2–3 million [2]
Polonek ethnek 1.8–2 million [3]
Evredhyon 270,000 [4]
Romyon 90,000–220,000 [5]
Frankmasonoryon 80,000–200,000 [6]
Slovenek 20,000–25,000 [7]
Kethreydhoryon 5,000–15,000 [8]
Dustinoryon Yehova 2,500–5,000 [9]
Repoblegoryon Spaynek 7000 [10]

An Loskaberth, (HaShoah yn Ebrowek) o hilladhans a hwarva yn Almayn Nazi yntra 1941 ha 1945. Hwegh milvil a Yedhowon yn negosas a veu ledhys, ha myns bras a dus vagasow erel (Romyon, Polonek, kemynagoryon, kethreydhoryon, prisnoryon-vresel sovyetek, hag evredhyon ynwedh a veu ledhys der oberyans restrys ha systematek.

Persekutyans Yedhowon re dhallathsa a-varra. Y'n nosweyth 7-8 a vis Du 1938, wosa bos Yedhowon keblys rag hwarvedhyans; ynnys o SA ha dinasydhyon erel dhe omsettya war negysyow ha kerth Yedhowek. Henwys o Kristallnacht ("Nos Wrys", awos bos oll a-dro gweder terrys fenestri gwerthjiow ha negysyow distruys).

  1. Dawidowicz, Lucy. The War Against the Jews, Bantam, 1986.p. 403
  2. Skantlyn:Harvnb.
  3. Dismygryv 1.8–1.9 milvil a Bolonek an-Yedhowek a verwis. Niver dhyworth Franciszek Piper, chyf-istoryer Auschwitz. (Poles: Victims of the Nazi Era, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
  4. http://www.holocaust-education.dk/baggrund/eutanasi.asp
  5. "Genocide of European Roma (Gypsies)". Holocaust Encyclopedia. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Retrieved 27 September 2012. An USHMM a wra dysmygriv a 220,000–500,000. Herwydh Berenbaum 2005, p. 126, "serious scholars estimate that between 90,000 and 220,000 were killed under German rule."
  6. Freemasons for Dummies, gans Christopher Hodapp, Wiley Publishing Inc., Indianapolis, 2005, folen 85, radn. Hitler and the Nazis
  7. http://www.ds-rs.si/dokumenti/publikacije/Zbornik_05-1.pdf
  8. The Holocaust Chronicle, Publications International Ltd., folen. 108.
  9. Shulman, William L. A State of Terror: Germany 1933–1939. Bayside, Evrok Nowydh: Holocaust Resource Center and Archives.
  10. Pike, David Wingeate. Spaniards in the Holocaust: Mauthausen, the horror on the Danube; Editorial: Routledge Chapman & Hall ISBN 9780415227803. Loundres, 2000.