How Did Hitler Remember The Holocaust

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In world war 2 the Jewish community was the main targets for the German dictator Adolf Hitler as he sought to weed out the inferior race thus creating something the world will never forget the Holocaust a mass murder of 6 million Jews that were burned alive or gassed when his original plan of starvation did not kill them quick enough. As Hitler viewed the Jewish population the swine of the world he thought less of them because oh inferior they thought they were the impurity of society (“History.com staff, History.com, 2009, The Holocaust, A+E Networks”). In trying to justify his reasoning for trying to eliminate the Jews he claimed to do it for the German people and make the land great again but to do so he had to get more land but to do that he had to take people's land away from them. He started the genocide against …show more content…
The ghetto then shifted onto something called city-states where the Jewish had their own council and tried providing as much comfort and freedom that they could under Germany’s tyranny. While the rest of Poland falling. His expansion plan was starting to work he had successfully captured surrounding countries France, Belgium, Denmark, Luxemburg, many other countries. Thousands of Germans from the following countries were transported to the ghettos the Germans made for the Jews in Poland. Moving focus from the British and to the Soviet Union. German mobiles started to attack soviet Jews killing about half a million people. This showing that the attacks on the Jewish becoming more organized and planned than in the past. Hitler is set on world domination he wanted to show the world that Germany is the super power now and would not stop till they got what they wanted. This scared many countries because they knew that there might be no stopping the German advances from crushing

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