Why Did Hitler Despise The Jewish Society?

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A few of centuries later, the world experienced their Second World War. World War II was the result of many factors: The Terms of the Treaty of Versailles, policies of Adolf Hitler, German treaties with Italy and Japan, and failure of the League of Nations to prevent WWII. However, one of prime factor that produced the war were the policies of German leader, Adolf Hitler. Hitler possessed authority of the German Government in 1933. Being discontent with the political, economic, and military results from WWI, Hitler insured the national recovery and great leadership. From the beginning of the early 1930s onward, Germany experienced hyperinflation, mass unemployment, and social conflicts. Hitler pointed his fingers quickly at the Jews of Germany, …show more content…
The Nazi Party, led by Adolf Hitler was primarily Anti-Semitic. The tradition of anti-Semitisms was to carry out a racial genocide particularly against the Jews. The Jewish society was viewed as threat to the German people and government and were the reason for all illness and unsuccessfulness. One question that arises, why did Hitler despise the Jewish society? Historians hypothesize, that he passionately thought of the Jews as an “inferior race.” This was evident is governmental speeches and interviews. Hitler believed that Germans were the descendants of the Aryan Race. The Aryan Race was thought to be “superior” at their time and developed the same plans as Hitler to expand their territory. Although this was the belief Hitler had of the Aryan Race, it was not certain. Jews in the eyes of the Nazi party are to be appointed as their servants or slaves as they would have been to the Aryan race. In the early few years of Hitler’s authority, he succeeded in manipulating different government organizations to gain land eastwards or to provide land for “Aryan”- Germans. He also established a high-populated military also known as, the Nazi Party. Hitler was able to pass laws to do away with all non-Aryans/Jews. On March 22, 1933, the Nazis opened the first of many concentration camps in Poland, which were created for Jews to suffer, die, and work in terrible conditions. This was …show more content…
Those of any religion other than Christian, a different race, or a different sexuality, no matter the age were divided from the community and stripped from their norms, traditions, and life. The Church views this event, today, as one of the worst in history however nearly unhelpful during the occurrence due to specific restraints ordered by Adolf Hitler. Again, how does one become so powerful yet so unethical? To follow Gods book means to act by his book. Alternatively, as, Romans 13:9 the Commandments state, “You shall not commit adultery,” “You shall not murder,” “You shall not steal,” “You shall not covet,” and whatever other command there may be, are summed up in this one command: “Love your neighbor as

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