The Consequences Of The Jews In Nazi Germany

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On April 22, 1981 President Ronald Reagan made a statement in his proclamation, “ Like the genocide of the Armenians before it, and the genocide of the Cambodians which followed it, . . . the lessons of the Holocaust must never be forgotten (Reagan).” As a matter of fact it should never be forgotten, no genocide should be taken lightly. It takes a horrible, disgusting, and soulless person to carry out such mass extinction of an ethnic group or nation. Considering there were many genocides that took place in the nineteenth-century, the most known is the Jews in Nazi Germany. However many other people experienced genocide such as Armenia, Kosovo, Sudan, and Cambodia. Over six million Jews and one hundred thousand people died during the Bosnian …show more content…
The war left the Germans Empire destroyed and therefore the reason for turning over of the old parliament over to a new one called the Weimar Republic. In this new republic, President Paul von Hindenburg of the Nazi party, elected Adolf Hitler as Chancellor of Germany on January 30, 1933 with the idea that he could make Germany better again. According to Hitler he felt that the Jewish people should be held accountable for all of Germany 's ills. Hitler made it his plan to take every Jew out of Germany and doing so he set up camps where all of them could potentially go to for imprisonment called concentration camps. At the concentration camps jewish men, women,and children worked hard labor and awaited execution. Not to mention the fact that Hitler step up a ‘secret police’ called the Gestapo. The Gestapo raided houses and put many shops and businesses out because of being jewish or being Jewish and owning a business. Meanwhile all of this was going on, one would think how could the people of Germany, let something of this measure happen? In order for Hitler to manipulate the people into thinking what he was doing was something he was not, he didn’t use the word ‘extermination’. Instead he used a tactic called brainwashing, Hitler was many things but the best thing he …show more content…
After World War I Nazi, Germany simply needed to blame a certain person for the failure of the empire and in this case it was the Jews. Furthermore to try to brainwash the people of Germany into thinking the Jewish people were the reason for all of Germany 's lack of successes he spread hate about them. That being the case the people were fine with jewish people being sent to concentration camps and used for labor workers and killed because they were horrible people in the eyes of Hitler. The aggressors engaged in the Bosnian Genocide were the Serb leaders, who targeted both Bosnian Muslim and Croatian civilians for atrocious crimes killing about one-hundred thousand people. They were both targets of religious and racial genocides many people were killed for who they were and who they were

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