KRISTALLNACHT - an act of violence and terror
Nazis are well-known for their anti-Semitic feelings. During the Nazi’s regime the Jews were constantly exposed to Germans’ whims and hence the following repression towards them. One of the Nazis’ notorious acts was the pogrom of November 1938, later known as “Crystal Night” or the “night of broken glass.” What happened during that night conspires of violence and terror. Violence, after all, was glorified in Nazi Germany.
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