Hitler's Final Solution

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Boommm, auuuuu, crashhhh, the night came with the dark cloud and covered the German sky. The free and powerful eagle represents the German Nazis. Life started getting harder and harder, because German Nazis kept the Jews in many different camps. The Nazis pushed them into the camp, they forced them to work without pay and they persecuted them unto death. The Jewish in the the death camp were facing a lack food, shelter, sanitation and had to work hard (Berenbaum 1). Hitler made a plan called the Final Solution to purge the Jewish people from Germany (Final 1). Did Hitler accomplish his Final Solution? Yes and no, because he did kill a lot of people but he didn’t purge all the people he wanted. Hitler was a smart person because He knew how …show more content…
“ In January 1933, President von Hindenburg appointed Hitler chancellor, believing that the Nazis could be controlled from within the cabinet. Hitler set about consolidating his power, destroying Weimar democracy and establishing a dictatorship” (Nazi Germany 1). To be a kingdom and to rule Germany under his power was a wonderful time, but that was still not enough for Hitler. In March 1933, Nazis used intimidation and manipulation to pass the laws without allowing other people to vote. During that time Hitler had all the power he wanted and that made it easy for him to spread his command. Hitler accomplished his most important goal to unify Germany and that was the time for him to purge those imperfect people. Hitler had to make his people proud of themselves and to purge the Jews and others with them (Nazi Germany …show more content…
Some of Hitler’s follows were tired of murdering people and many other people stood up and against him. Did Hitler accomplish his goal? Yes, but he only accomplished half of his goals. One of the most important reasons was that his own followers were tired of fighting with other people. Another one was that the German people helped the Jews and hid them from the Nazis (Schwartz 1). In 1945 Hitler committed suicide and the German finally surrendered (Holocaust 1). The crimes Hitler had committed that were finally over. What biblical truths can we learn from this? In the Bible in Exodus 20:13 it says “You shall not murder.” Murder is sin and that is even sinful to tell people to kill others. As the Chinese proverb says, “Sometimes death is heavier than the mountain or lighter than a feather.” That means the bad thing people have fight with even to death is heavier than the mountain, If you tolerate it, let that go, your death is lighter than a

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