Hitler Concentration Camps
Some of the different aspects would be ideological, practical, security, economic, and technical. The Germans had seen the Jews as an anti-race, basically the opposite and enemy of the German race. “Germany was, for some century’s prior to the Nazi years, permeated by a particularly radical and vicious brand of anti-Semitism whose ultimate aim was the elimination of the Jews” (Colin) They also believed that politics were a fight between the two races. Nazis believed that the Jews were planning to destroy their race. Since they believed that the Jews were going to destroy them, they decided to come up with something called the final solution. Basically the final solution was the thought to make all of the Jews disappear from all of the German controlled areas. The ideological played a major part in making the final solution.