Effects Of The War Against The Jews

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War against the Jews
The war against the Jews was intentional. This was after the years of 1933 when Adolf Hitler took over Germany as the Chancellor where it had started gaining negative reputation worldwide because of Jews horrible treatment. The war was officially launched just after the elections on March 1933 which was being perceived as the initial wave to anti-Jewish violence by the Nazi party (Nolzen 4). Hitler used anti-Semitism as a political firearm to acquire popular support, accusing the Jews for the challenges that Germany faced, such as being defeated in the World War 1, economic depression, and the Bolshevik warning of communism. Hitler’s allegations were conflicting with no truths. Moreover, after he entered power, there were
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There was an intensified military and reinforcement of the military by the Hitler due to the need to eliminate the Jews residing in Germany. In 1934, the SS (Security Police) was created as Hitler’s best force to destroy and eradicate any opposition. By the time the war started, Hitler had already made Germany a police state and had started its campaign of terror and persecution. The war against the Jews started way before Hitler’s “final solution.” The solution was because of his determination to take a more direct action (Grossmann …show more content…
Hitler called for a boycott among the businesses owned by Jews and took responsibility by informing the ministers for the events that were just about happen (Friedlander 8). He kept blaming the Jewish for all the misfortunes that had come in Germany thus inciting other individuals into the war against the Jews. There was a removal of the anti-semantic signs existing in the public areas and abandoning of the actions against the Jews before the start of the Berlin Olympic in 1936. This was brought by Hitler’s need to maintain a positive image of his country among other nations. The war intensive increased in the 1938 after the

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