How Did Hitler's Actions Affect Jewish Children

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How did Hitler’s actions affected Jewish children during and after the Holocaust?

On April 20th of 1889 in the city Braunau am inn, Austria, the dictator and Nazi leader Adolf Hitler was born. In his early years, Hitler became an anti-Semite. Hitler, join the German Army, his experience with the war reinforced his passionate German patriotism. Hitler, rose to power in German politics as leader of the Nazi Party, and served as a dictator from 1934 to 1945. His policies cause World War II and the Holocaust. On January 30, 1933, Adolf Hitler became the chancellor of Germany. During this time, Hitler, opened a concentration camp near Munich. By the end of 1934, Hitler gained full power over Germany and his campaign against Jewish. Germans portrayed Jews as evil and cowardly, and Germans as hardworking, courageous ,and honest. They thought that the superior race were “Aryans”, the Germans. They also portrayed the Germans as strongest and fittest, and were destined to rule, while the weak and racially adulterated Jews were destinate to extinct. Hitler, begin to remove Jews from their professions, public schools, confiscating their business and property and excluding them from public events. Many Jews were affected by Hitler rising to
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The Holocaust caused many Jews to hide the fact of being Jewish. Their dilemma was whether or not to remain a Jew. Their minds were filled with terror and questions, Where was God during our suffering? Why did only Jews suffered? Many Jews lost their faith after this horrible event. Children saw their parents, siblings, relatives died. If God allowed that to happen, there must not be a God. Children grew up terrified with all those memories of the Holocaust and stopped believing in God and became atheist. This affects the kids of the Holocaust children, because they will never know the beliefs of their ancestors or they will be atheist

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