The Holocaust And The Holocaust In Nazi Germany

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Holocaust in Nazi Germany

No one could believe it. No one could imagine such a massacre ever happening in history, but it did. During the darkest hours for the Jewish people, nearly 7,000,000 perished during the Holocaust. During the short period of time from 1933 to 1945, the Nazi regime led by Adolf Hitler was quick with their work on exterminating as many Jews as possible. Hitler’s anger and jealousy quickly led to hatred and the desire to kill the Jews and anyone who stood in his way. Although he came from a very poor town in Vienna, he made sure his preposterous beliefs reached the ears of everyone he know, saw, and came in contact with. His motivation for his hatred of the Jews was his belief that the Jews had all the jobs

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