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  • Nazis And The Jews
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    Hatred Leads to Persecution of Minorities Primo Levis book, Surviving Auschwitz, tells about the results of one group of people hating another group of people, the Nazis; hatred for the Jews. The Nazis justified their actions, however, in an attempt to explain the horrible things done to Primo Levi and his fellow victims. There were consequences of this hate for both the Jews and the Nazis. Still, today there are groups that are hated in this country and it would be foolish to think that it coul...
  • Nazi Extermination Camps Anti Semitism
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    Nazi Extermination Camps Anti-Semitism reached to extreme levels beginning in 1939, when Polish Jews were regularly rounded up and shot by members of the SS. Though some of these SS men saw the arbitrary killing of Jews as a sport, many had to be lubricated with large quantities of alcohol before committing these atrocious acts. Mental trauma was not uncommon amongst those men who were ordered to murder Jews. The establishment of extermination camps therefore became the "Final Solution" to the "...
  • Speeches To The Masses At Nazi Rallies
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    Racial Propaganda during the Third Reich One of the most central ideals in Nazi ideology was that of a continual attack against other races deemed inferior by Adolf, more specifically Jews. Racial minorities were used as scapegoats with which the Nazis blamed for what was wrong with the country on. In the speeches to the masses at Nazi rallies, they would start off by bringing up all the problems that they have been having, the depression, the Versailles Treaty, and any other hardship that they ...
  • Prejudice Against The Jews In Nazi Germany
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    From 1933 to 1945 the Nazi party of Germany ruled over the German population. The Nazis (National Socialist Party) were ruled by Adolf Hitler. The Nazis main aim was to make Germany into a stronger more powerful country and to do this Hitler believed they must rid the country, and even the world if he had the chance, of the Jewish population. Hitler saw the Jews, as the cause of Germanys fall in the First World War, according to Hitler Germany had been victim to Jewish conspiracy. He also blamed...
  • Brutal Camp For The Jews
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    Introduction What, when, where, and why was the Holocaust? The Holocaust was first called a religious rite in which an offer that gave to some one was burned in a fire. The current definition of holocaust is any widespread human massacre. When it is written Holocaust, it means when Nazi Germany completely destroyed the Jewish. The Holocaust was during the period of January 30, 1933 to May 8, 1945. Hitler became Germany's chancellor when it first started and the war ended on the last day of the H...
  • Hitler's Hatred Of Jews
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    Why the Jews People frequently ask why the Jews were the target of the Holocaust or why the Holocaust happened. The first is an easy question to answer. Jews were the targets of the Holocaust because Hitler hated Jews and blamed them for all of the problems in the world. He especially blamed them for Germany's loss of World War I. Hitler told the German people that they could have won the first war, if Germany had not been "stabbed in the back" by the Jews and their conspirators. Hitler's hatred...
  • Nazi's And Many Jews
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    The Holocaust remains, and will continue to remain as one of the most horrific things that has happened to a group of people. The absolute inhumanity of the Holocaust puzzles people even today. Contemporary people wonder just how it happened, how could a people be systematically killed, tortured, murdered. The answer will probably never be found, but future generations can avoid something like the Holocaust by studying it, and never forgetting The Nazi's did not start out with "The Final Solutio...
  • Hitler's Hatred Towards Jews
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    The most familiar act of anti-Semitism is the Holocaust, but anti-Semitism goes further back. The Holocaust began with the ideas of anti-Semitism, stereotypes, sinister cartoons, and the gradual spread of hate. Anti-Semitism is the prejudice and discrimination against or harassment of Jewish people. Martin Luther once wrote, "That next to the devil thou hast no enemy more cruel, more venomous and violent than a true Jew" (Dawidowicz, 23). Anti-Semitism is just like every other type of prejudice ...
  • Hundreds Of Other Concentration Camps
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    The Holocaust The Holocaust was the Nazi persecution and murder of Jews in the time of World War II. In 1939, Germany's powerful war machine conquered country after country in Europe and thus bringing millions more Jews under their control. They established concentration camps to imprison Jews, Gypsies and other victims of ethnic and racial hatred, and political opponents of Nazism. They killed many of them and sent others to concentration camps. They also moved many Jews from towns and villages...
  • One Million Jews
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    Steve VoytkoHistory 1110 Throughout history, injustices on humanity have been visible. The Jewish Holocaust has to be one of the most prominent. In 1933, the Nazi Party led by Adolf Hitler sanctioned anti-Jew campaigns that included the Nuremberg Laws, which defined the meaning of being Jewish based on ancestry. Because of these laws, Jews were isolated from society. This was only a meager element of what European Jews had yet to endure. Jews were progressively forced out of the German Economy, ...
  • Thousands Of Jews To Concentration Camps
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    From the beginning the Nazis who were being faithful to Hitler had specifically targeted the Jews. The Nazis relentless hatred for the Jews rested on the view they had of the world, which saw history as of racial struggle. They thought the Jews goal was world domination. This made the Nazis think that the Jews were an obstruction to Aryan dominance. They considered it their duty to eliminate the Jews, whom they regarded as a threat. Other factors also contributed toward the Nazi hatred of the Je...
  • Power Over Other Jews
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    Anti-Semitism has been a problem for the Jews ever since the seventeenth century. The Christians, while trying to convert the Jews to Christianity, took strong measures against the Jews. They burned the Talmud, a book of civil and religious laws, and torched other holy writings. Jews have always been considered lower class and were classed as dirty. The Holocaust of World War two emphasizes the mistreatment and brutality towards Jews more graphically than any other historical event. The Nazis be...
  • Unkind To The Jews
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    I was mostly affected by this unit because it showed me that in the midst of all the unkindness of the Nazi party, that there were still some people left who were kind enough to put their own lives on the line to save someone else's. I didn't understand, until the stories and the movies cleared it up, how the people could not figure out that there was something wrong when they were being pushed around by the Nazi soldiers. The Nazis were very unkind to the Jews. In the movies it was very evident...
  • Nazi Discrimination Against The Jews
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    More than fifty years have passed since the end of the Second World War and the Holocaust, yet the events of this time continue to be of great significance to people the world over. What was the Holocaust The Holocaust was the murder of approximately six million Jews by the Nazis and their collaborators. Between the German invasion of the Soviet Union in the summer of 1941 and the end of the war in Europe in May 1945, Nazi Germany and its accomplices strove to murder every Jew under their domina...
  • Schindler's List A Movie
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    "I don't think any one film is ever going to change anything. I don't think any one newspaper article ever changes anything. But over a period of years, the drip, drip, drip of a lot of gook movies, a lot of good articles... all this is very, very, very important. The effect of that drip, drip, drip the daily diet of views and ideas that adhere to and promote what is best in society, that has an effect. Not one movie, not one article, not one building, but just that fact that all of us buckle do...
  • Nazi's Intentions For The Jewish People
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    From the beginning, the Nazi Party had campaigned against the Jewish people, but many of the people voting for the Nazis did not think they would act upon these ideas. Even Jewish people had voted for the Nazi Party not believing that the threats would be carried out. However it was evident that the Nazi's intentions for the Jewish people would be acted upon, when within the first few days of taking power, the Nazis boycotted all of the Jewish businesses. Even though little was organised to pers...
  • Jews In German Cities
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    Hitler's hatred towards the Jews was known as "anti-Semitism". When Hitler came to power in Germany, he preached to his followers that "the Jews are the image of the devil" and he blamed them for all of the problems in the world. When Hitler was 18, he arrived in Vienna hoping to get accepted into the Academy of Fine Arts as he wanted to become an artist. When he was rejected, he blamed the Jews for his setbacks. Hitler believed that the Germans were the superior race and that job positions and ...
  • Jew Shot Dead A Nazi Official Hitler
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    Anti-Semitism was widely known all over Europe before the Nazis came to power, The Jews were widely discriminated for many years, the were treated unjustly in the courts of were sometimes forced to live in Ghettos. The Jews were widely discriminated due to several reasons, the were widely blamed for the death of Jesus Christ and people were envious of them because they were well educated and were successful in well paid professional jobs, or ran businesses and stores. Hitler believed in the raci...
  • Jews
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    In the time of 1933 to 1945, the Nazis waved a vicious war against Jews and Other "lesser races". This war came to head with the " Final Solution" in 1938. One of the end results of the Final Solution was the horrible concentration and death camps of Germany, Poland and other parts of Nazi controlled Europe. One cane trace the beginnings of the Holocaust as far back as 1933, when the Nazi party of Germany, lead by Adolf Hitler, came to power. Hitler's anti-Jew campaign began soon afterward, with...
  • Adolf Hitler And The Brutality Towards Jews
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    If I were to say the word "Nazi" the first few things to pop into your mind would most likely be killing Jews, World War II, Adolf Hitler, and the brutality towards Jews. Although all of these were big parts to the Nazi party there was still one more hug factor. The most crazed, brutal man, who still would claim he was just following orders, was Adolf Eichmann. He, with the help of his "Eichmann Hobby Shops" or gas chambers, ended up killing millions of Jews while serving under Adolf Hitler. Bor...

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