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  3. Kristallnacht heavily affected the economic life of German Jews, when in November there were 3 nights of violent outbursts against Jews shops, synagogues and people. Kristallnacht was caused by the murder of a German diplomat in Paris by a Jewish man after his family were deported to Poland.
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  7. Seven-year-old Kurt Füchsl was bewildered by the events of Kristallnacht, and by being forced to leave home with his family early on the morning of November He later recalled: “What happened, as recounted to me by my Mother, was that an interior decorator had taken a picture of our beautiful living room and displayed the picture of our.
  8. History of Kristallnacht, including a discussion of the aftermath of the riots and an overview of worldwide public reaction. Includes a brief bibliography and an index. Loewenberg, Peter. “The Kristallnacht as a Public Degradation Ritual.” Leo Baeck Institute Year Book 32 ():
  9. Why does Kristallnacht have that name? Because of the broken glass from the attacks on homes and stores (windows), the riots came to be known as Night of the Broken Glass, or, more commonly, Kristallnacht.

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