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what is the term used to describe nazi germany's systematic annihilation of european jews
A)blitzkrieg
B)the holocast
C)kristallnacht
D)the manhattan project
A?

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    Be sure to look up the terms you are not familiar with. Go to www.google.com and enter define: ____ (filling the blank with each term, one at a time). Read thoroughly until you understand them all).

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