UCSB Hist 133D
The Holocaust in German History

Prof. Marcuse
Oct. 25, 2001

Lecture 10: Concentration and Extermination Camps

Note: there were MANY questions today, so I wasn’t able to follow my lecture outline closely
  1. Collect journals, return Q2
  2. Concentration camp system: summary of phases (review; graph of numbers)
    1. civil war: neutralization of opposition (real and imagined)
    2. race war: enslavement, extermination
      race war by other means (during "total war"): extermination through work
    3. chaos: panic and desperation among personnel
  1. Early Concentration Camps (phases 1a, 1b)
  1. Wartime phases (phases 2a, 2ab, 2b)