International Day Against Fascism and Antisemitism

09 Nov
All day

The “Kristallnacht” pogrom is seen as the symbolic beginning of the systematic eradication of Jewish people which had started with the discrimination and exclusion of the German Jews since 1933 and which eventually led to the murder of millions Jewish people and so-called “enemies of the German state”: homosexuals, criminals and “asocial” people, members of diverse religious communities, people with mental disabilities, political ‘offenders’ such as communists and socialists, Spanish republican refugees, and minorities like Roma and Sinti and others.

Source: dayagainstfascism.eu

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