Non-Jewish victims? #general
It is my understanding that in addition to its thrust against the Jews,
that the Nazis targeted other groups, such as Gypsies, Homosexuals and
religions such as Jehovah's Witnesses. I do not know if the Nazis
targeted other groups.
I would like to know if the Jewishgen databases and the databases at
places such as Auschwitz, Buchenwald, and so on, include the names of
these non-Jewish victims. If they do, how are these victims identified?
Also if they do, is it possible to sort though the databases to extract
Doug Mason wrote:
It is my understanding that in addition to its thrust against the Jews,They also targeted the disabled, because they saw them as defective and useless. I
also remember reading about them targeting nuns and priests (Roman Catholics).
Jeri Friedman Florida, USA
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I do know that the Auschwitz data base of victims identifies the victim by
his/her religion. So non-Jews are part of the data base.
Portage, MI USA
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