Racial policy of Nazi Germany: Quiz

Question 1: Between 1935 and 1936 persecution of the Jews increased apace while the process of "________" (lit.: "standardisation", the process by which the Nazis achieved complete control over German society) was implemented.
GleichschaltungNazismSturmabteilungNazi Party

Question 2: ________, Francoist Spain, and Salazarist Portugal diplomats).
FascismItalian FascismBenito MussoliniFascism and ideology

Question 3: On the night of November 9 the SS conducted the Night of Broken Glass ("________"), in which the storefronts of Jewish shops and offices were smashed and vandalized.
World War IIKristallnachtAxis powersThe Holocaust

Question 4: Tuscany, ________, etc.), Spaniards (particularly Basques) and Portuguese were treated as category 1 and 2, especially pro-Nazi sympathizers (e.g.

Question 5: Some Southern Italians were treated as least (Suspicion of ________ with African and Semitic peoples), but within the same category.
Interracial marriageMiscegenationRacismAnti-miscegenation laws

Question 6: ________ from Germany (Reichsdeutsche) - Nordic Germans are said most favorable, but all German citizens are in the top category.
GermansGerman languageEthnic GermansAustria

Question 7: In May 1935, Jews were forbidden to join the ________ (the army), and in the summer of the same year, anti-semitic propaganda appeared in shops and restaurants.
Adolf HitlerWehrmachtEastern Front (World War II)Albert Kesselring

Question 8: Hungarians, Estonians, and Finns (despite their non Indo-European languages), Baltic peoples (Lithuanians and Latvians) and Romanians, ________ and Croats.
Bulgarian literatureBulgariansFirst Bulgarian EmpireBulgarian Orthodox Church

Question 9: There was some dispute about the position of the Roma, who were Indo-European in origin, speaking an ________.
Indo-Aryan languagesSanskritHindiHindustani language

Question 10: United States of America and ________), but were living in Germany at the time, were treated with suspicion by legal restrictions.
BelizeBarbadosCanadaUnited Kingdom

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