November 9, 1938: Revenge Killing Used to Ignite Kristallnacht

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November 9, 1938: Revenge Killing Used to Ignite Kristallnacht

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Nazi diplomat Ernst vom Rath died after being shot by Polish-German Jew Herschel Grynszpan. His death became the pretext for Kristallnacht, one of the most violent attacks against Jewish people in Nazi Germany.
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Nazi diplomat Ernst vom Rath died after being shot by Polish-German Jew Herschel Grynszpan. His death became the pretext for Kristallnacht, one of the most violent attacks against Jewish people in Nazi Germany.
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