Basic Guidelines For English Spellings
A person considered racially or socially inferior.‘Her specialty was forging identification cards to assist in smuggling Jews and other Untermenschen out of the Netherlands.’
- ‘He knew it to be a gamble, and it is significant that the ‘final Solution’, the systematic extermination of the Untermenschen, was not implemented until he had made this highest-of-stakes throw of the dice.’
- ‘The Nazis practiced mass deportation and forced removal of Jews and other "Untermensch".’
- ‘National Socialism propaganda in Germany branded Jews as Untermenschen.’
German, literally ‘underperson’.
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