The Holocaust, Adolf Hitler, And Natzis In The Holocaust

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Did you know that about 5.9 million Jews died in the holocaust? Many lives of infants, babies, toddlers, kids, teenagers, parents, adults, grandparents, and etc. that were Jews were killed. I know, I know you are wondering what type of horrible people could do such an awful thing to all of these innocent people. Well their names were the Natzis!!! It’s time to stop running my mouth and get to this subject…

Let’s start off talking about the Jews, Adolf Hitler, and Natzi’s!!!... Judaism is a religion that Jews practice because this is their religion. Some refer as Jews as “the chosen people.” (they were called the chosen people because they thought that they were chosen by god to spread his word, but they were also the first religion to

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