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Night Terms Handbook

Module by: Peter Abboud. E-mail the author

Directions: Define or describe each of the following terms or names. Make sure that your definition is IN YOUR OWN WORDS. Copying and pasting the answers from a source will get you a ZERO. Also, include graphics when appropriate!

  1. Nazi
  2. Anti-Semite
  3. Rabbi
  4. Zionism
  5. Billeted
  6. Passover
  7. Ghetto
  8. Pentecost
  9. Talmud
  10. Tommy gun
  11. Truncheon
  12. Dr. Mengele
  13. Kaddish
  14. Auschwitz
  15. Buchenwald
  16. Buna
  17. SS Men
  18. Rosh Hashanah
  19. Yom Kippur
  20. lorrie

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