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Everyday Life: Roles, Motives, and Choices During the Holocaust
In just a few years, the Nazis transformed much of German society to align with their theories about race and national unity. What did this mean for people who did not fit the Nazis’ vision of a “national community”? How did they react to their newfound “outsider” status? The sources in this section highlight the Nazis’ efforts to define membership in the “New Germany” and the responses of those excluded.