Extermination

Extermination or exterminate may refer to:

  • Pest control, elimination of insects or vermin
  • Genocide, the deliberate and systematic destruction, in whole or in part, of an ethnic, racial, religious, or national group
  • Extermination (arcade game), a 1989 arcade shooter game by Gottlieb
  • Extermination (video game), a 2001 PlayStation 2 game by Deep Space
  • Extermination (album), a 1995 by Torn Apart released by Life Sentence Records
  • "Exterminate!" (song), a 1992 song by Snap!

Other articles related to "extermination":

Holocausto - Development and Execution - Concentration and Labor Camps (1933–1945)
... List of Nazi concentration camps, and Extermination through labor From the beginning of the Third Reich concentration camps were founded, initially as places of incarceration ... By 1942, six large extermination camps had been established in Nazi-occupied Poland, which were built solely for mass killings.) After 1939, the camps increasingly became places where ... Extermination through labor was a policy of systematic extermination – camp inmates would literally be worked to death, or worked to physical ...
Holocausto - Development and Execution - Extermination Camps
... number killed at each extermination camp Camp name Killed Coordinates Ref ... (Poland)) During 1942, in addition to Auschwitz, five other camps were designated as extermination camps (Vernichtungslager) for the carrying out of the Reinhard plan ... functioning as labor camps these now had extermination facilities added to them ...
German Camps In Occupied Poland During World War II - Extermination Camps
... The German Nazi government established extermination camps (Vernichtungslager) in Poland (see the Holocaust in Poland) after the Final Solution was already in place ... The extermination facilities were added to existing camps, including at Majdanek ... Most extermination camps had regular concentration camps set up along with them including Auschwitz-Birkenau, Majdanek, Treblinka and Warsaw ...
Robert Jaulin
1970), he redefined the notion of ethnocide in relation to the extermination by the Western world of the Bari culture, located between Venezuela and Colombia ... If a genocide designs the physical extermination of a people, an ethnocide refers to the extermination of a culture ...