How and Why Did the Nazi Treatment of Jews Change Between the Years 1933 and 1945?

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How and why did the Nazi treatment of Jews change between the years 1933 and 1945?
Most of us have heard of the Nazi party’s horrific, genocidal regime on destroying the Jewish race, but what events led up to their dire judgement? In this study I aim to uncover the events, reasons and changes which led to the Holocaust and the further changes in the treatment of the Jewish race by Adolf Hitler and the Nazi party.
In the aftermath of the First World War, Germany is under the Judgment of the Allies as a result of Allied victory Germany is being blamed for most of the war, The Treaty of Versailles stated that they: *
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I will go into further detail regarding this book and the ideologies written inside later in my study. After he was released from prison he brought the Nazi party many supporters – he was supported by many people due to his way of speech, and the way he conveyed his ideas, at the time many politicians had anti-Semitist ideas, but they were to afraid to convey their message. Hitler, on the other hand, was very clear on his ideas, he was not afraid to put his ideas and dreams forward, he used his book, ‘Mein Kampf’ as propaganda to the nation, all his dreams of ‘Aryanization’ ( Aryans were Germans whose whole ancestry had German blood) in addition to ‘Lebensraum’ (Living space for the ‘pure’ Aryan population). Because Hitler was very straightforward and clear on his ideas, the majority of the voting German public supported him; this was due to the reason that a lot of the German public had similar ideas to him. Now that Hitler was Chancellor of Germany, he had much more control over the nation and much more power to enforce his ideology; Furthermore, now that he was Chancellor, the Jews in Nazi Germany started to suffer appallingly from his rule.
As early as February 1933, Hitler started to enforce his dreams of slowly destroying the Jewish race;

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