holocaust

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İngilizce - Türkçe
facia
büyük tahribat
{i} imha
yangının herşeyi yakması
yahudi soykırımı
özellikle yangın sonucu olan kırım
(Tarih) Ateşte yakılan kurban
(Tarih) The Holocaust: Nazilerin yaptıklan Musevi Katliamı
(Tarih) Özellikle yangın yüzünden birçok kimse ve şeyin mahvolması
{i} kurban
{i} yangının her şeyi yakması
{i} soykırım

Yahudiler soykırımı kutlamazlar, onu anarlar. - Jews don't celebrate the holocaust, they commemorate it.

Nükleer soykırım senaryosu sadece eski propagandadır. Silah depoları sınırlı ve paslı. - The nuclear holocaust scenario is just old propaganda. Arsenals are limited and rusty.

{i} nazi soykırımı
{i} yahudilere uygulanan soykırım
the Holocaust Nazilerin yaptıklan Musevi Katliamı
yakarak kurban etme
{i} büyük yangın
(Politika, Siyaset) katliam
(Politika, Siyaset) ırk ayrımı
toplu ölüm
holocaust denial
Holokost İnkarı
holocaust victims
Katliam kurbanları
holocaust survivors
katliamdan kurtulanlar
The Holocaust
holokost
the Holocaust
Nazilerin yaptığı Musevi katliamı
İngilizce - İngilizce
The mass murder of Jews and other groups by the Nazi regime during World War II
The state-sponsored mass murder of an ethnic group. In particular (and often with an initial capital) the “Final Solution”, a euphemism used by the Nazis to describe the mass killing of Jews and others either in camps equipped with industrial gassing and crematorium equipment or by more conventional means
A sacrifice to a god that is completely burned to ashes

in the holocaust or burnt-offering of Moses, the gall was cast away: for, as Ben Maimon instructeth, the inwards, whereto the gall adhereth, were taken out with the crop (according unto the law,) which the priest did not burn, but cast unto the east .

The annihilation or near-annihilation of a group of animals or people, whether by natural or deliberate agency (e.g., “nuclear holocaust”)
{n} a whole burnt sacrifice, a burnt-offering
{i} the mass slaughter of European civilians and especially Jews by the Nazis during World War II
The act of genocide carried out by Germany on the Jewish population of Europe
{i} total devastation, great disaster, complete destruction by fire; burnt offering; mass killing, great massacre
Sacrifice or loss of many lives, as by the burning of a theater or a ship
A burnt sacrifice; an offering, the whole of which was consumed by fire, among the Jews and some pagan nations
Term devised in the late 1950's to describe the Nazi program of the wholesale physical annihilation of European Jewry Connotes an unprecedented phenomenon of human destruction By the end of World War II, it was estimated that some 6 million Jews had perished as a result of the systematic killing program of the Nazis
an act of great destruction and loss of life the Nazi program of exterminating Jews under Hitler
the Nazi program of exterminating Jews under Hitler
(from the Greek term for a burnt offering) The systematic Nazi destruction of European Jewry which began in 1933 when Adolph Hitler was appointed Chancellor of Germany This tragic event reduced the world's Jewish population by over one third
The state-sponsored mass murder of an ethnic group. In particular (and often with an initial capital) the "Final Solution", a euphemism used by the Nazis to describe the mass killing of Jews and others either in camps equipped with industrial gassing and crematorium equipment or by more conventional means
The annihilation or near-annihilation of a group of animals or people, whether by natural or deliberate agency (eg "nuclear holocaust")
A sacrifice to a god that is completely burned to ashes. The following usages are derived
1 The murder of six million Jews by the Nazis during World War II 2 Generically, any great loss of human life or any almost total destruction, especially by fire
The destruction of European Judaism by the Naziz; also known as Shoah (Hebrew: 'extermination') The destruction of European Judaism by the Naziz; also known as Shoah (Hebrew: 'extermination')
an act of great destruction and loss of life
A holocaust is an event in which there is a lot of destruction and many people are killed, especially one caused by war. A nuclear holocaust seemed a very real possibility in the '50s
The Holocaust is used to refer to the killing by the Nazis of millions of Jews during the Second World War. Hebrew Shoah Systematic state-sponsored killing of Jewish men, women, and children and others by Nazi Germany and its collaborators during World War II. The Nazis made no secret of their anti-Semitism before coming to power in 1933. Once they gained control of the government, they adopted increasingly barbaric methods against the Jews, whom they considered subhuman, in the expanding territories under German rule. The Holocaust climaxed in the "final solution," the attempted extermination of European Jewry. Adolf Hitler's persecution of Jews in Germany began soon after he became chancellor. Initially, the Nazis called for a boycott of Jewish businesses, and Jews were dismissed from the civil service. Under the Nürnberg Laws (1935), Jews lost their citizenship. Almost every synagogue in Germany was destroyed in the Kristallnacht pogrom in 1938, and thereafter Jews were imprisoned in concentration camps or forced into ghettos. German victories in the early years of World War II (1939-45) brought most of European Jewry under the control of the Nazis and their satellites. As German armies moved eastward into Poland, the Balkans, and the Soviet Union, special mobile killing units, the Einsatzgruppen, rounded up and killed Jews, Roma (Gypsies), communists, political leaders, and intellectuals. Other groups targeted by the Nazis included homosexuals, the mentally retarded, physically disabled, and emotionally disturbed. After the Wannsee Conference (1942), Jews from all over occupied Europe were systematically evacuated to concentration and extermination camps, where they were either killed or forced into slave labour. Underground resistance movements were active in several countries, and Jewish risings took place against overwhelming odds in the ghettos of Poland (see Warsaw Ghetto Uprising). Individuals such as Raoul Wallenberg saved thousands by their efforts; whether the Allied governments and the Vatican could have done more to aid Jews has long been a matter of controversy. By the end of the war, an estimated six million Jews and millions of others had been killed by Nazi Germany and its collaborators
a sacrifice or major destruction The extermination of 6 million Jews in World War II is described as 'The Holocaust'
Holocaust denial
Denial of the Holocaust as a historical event, i.e. the genocide of six million Jews and others, or underestimating the numbers killed
Holocaust denier
a person who denies the Holocaust i.e. a person who commits holocaust denial
holocaust denials
plural form of holocaust denial
holocaust deniers
plural form of holocaust denier
holocaust survivor
a person of the type targetted by the Nazi holocaust who survived
holocaust survivors
plural form of holocaust survivor
Holocaust Martyrs & Heroes Remembrance Day
Jewish holiday that both remembers in sadness the victims of the Holocaust and also celebrates Israel's heroes of battle
Holocaust Martyrs & Heroes Remembrance Day ceremony
official ceremony of this Jewish holiday
Holocaust Memorial Museum
museum in Washington D.C. (USA) which is dedicated to the memory of the Holocaust
Holocaust Remembrance Day
day on which the victims of the Holocaust are commemorated
Holocaust Remembrance days
International commemoration of the millions of victims of Nazi Germany's exterminationist policies. The commemoration, observed on different days in different countries, often marks the victims' efforts at resistance and concentrates on contemporary efforts to battle hatred and anti-Semitism. From 1951 Jews have observed Holocaust Remembrance Day on the 27th of Nisan, shortly after Passover, in the Jewish calendar. The Israeli parliament declared that day Yom Hashoah ve Hagevurah (Holocaust Remembrance and Heroism Day), marking not only destruction but resistance
Holocaust atrocities
cruel and inhuman acts committed by the German Nazis during their organized extermination of the Jews
Holocaust denier
person who denies that the organized extermination of Jews by the German Nazis actually occurred
Holocaust of European Jewry
nickname for World War II, mass genocide perpetrated in Europe by the Nazis
Holocaust period
time during which the German Nazis conducted an organized extermination of the Jewish people
Holocaust survivor
person who survived the Nazi atrocities of World War II (especially of a Jewish person)
Holocaust victims
people who were killed during the Nazis' organized extermination of the Jewish people during World War II
nuclear holocaust
the possibility of complete annihilation of human civilization by nuclear war
nuclear holocaust
The envisaged result of a nuclear war or nuclear accident, especially one involving widespread destruction of life and the environment.New Shorter Oxford Dictionary, January 1997, Electronic Version 1.0.03
International Institute for Holocaust Research
institution where Holocaust research is carried out
denial of the Holocaust
denial that the intentional extermination of six million Jews by the Nazis actually occurred
died in the Holocaust
exterminated by the Nazis during World War II, died in a Nazi concentration camp
holocausts
plural of holocaust
perish in the holocaust
be killed in the Holocaust, be murdered in the Holocaust
the Holocaust
Shoah
holocaust