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Though much of the project will focus on the end and aftermath of the war, our first dispatch takes us back to , when Andrea N. My grandmother Marianne spent her entire life telling the story of how she, her parents and her three brothers escaped Nazi Germany. At Thanksgiving or during Jewish holidays she would recount the same memories over and over, seemingly still traumatized by the violence she had witnessed and the hatred she saw from her German friends and neighbors. Six million Jewish people and millions of others were ultimately murdered by the Nazi regime. While my great-grandfather, Dagobert Nellhaus, a rabbi, was not prepared to abandon his congregation, he had already taken some measures for the rest of his family to leave Germany, if necessary. The rest of the family was still in Germany on Nov. The morning after, as my grandmother recalled, Dagobert took her and her brother Martin to the collapsed ruins of the synagogue. They must have watched in shock as their father trod through the charred remains where the pews had stood, where congregants had faced toward Jerusalem and watched him lead prayers from the bimah, the elevated platform from which the Torah is read. Marianne was just 11 years old. In her memoir, she recalls that he searched the ruins and found a Torah, which Jews traditionally treat with the dignity and reverence that would be accorded to an important person.
The Nazi Terror Begins After Adolf Hitler became chancellor of Germany in January , he moved quickly to turn Germany into a one-party dictatorship and to organize the police power necessary to enforce Nazi policies. He persuaded his Cabinet to declare a state of emergency and end individual freedoms, including freedom of press, speech, and assembly. Individuals lost the right to privacy, which meant that officials could read people's mail, listen in on telephone conversations, and search private homes without a warrant. Hitler also relied on terror to achieve his goals. Lured by the wages, a feeling of comradeship, and the striking uniforms, tens of thousands of young jobless men put on the brown shirts and high leather boots of the Nazi Storm Troopers Sturmabteilungen. Called the SA, these auxiliary policemen took to the streets to beat up and kill some opponents of the Nazi regime. Mere fear of the SA pressured into silence other Germans who did not support the Nazis. One of the first steps in establishing centralized Nazi control in Germany is the elimination of state governments.
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