The Reasons Of Adolf Hitler And The Nazi Party

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Register to read the introduction… Savings accounts, the result of years of hard work, were instantly wiped out. Inflation soon followed making it hard for families to purchase expensive necessities with devalued money, Overnight; the middle …show more content…
The Great Depression began and they were cast into poverty and deep misery and began looking for a solution, any solution. Adolf Hitler knew his opportunity had arrived .Adolf Hitler and The Nazi Party rebounding from the great depression had German people aim there hate towards Jews. Blaming there problems on the Jews. According to a Teachers Guide to the Holocaust, Approximately 11 million people were killed because of Nazi genocidal policy. There was evidence in 1919 Hitler had a Strong hatred for Jews because he believes that the Jew s caused Germany to loose world war one (Resisters). This resulted in taking away the Germanic Jews rights from 1933-1939. Nuremburg Laws deprived Jews of German citizenship also taking their rights (Resistance). Jews were segregated and discriminated against awfully. It was to the point where Nazis burned down there synagogues vandalized there businesses, taking Jewish children in schools, banning Jews from public places (Resisters). Hitler was convincing millions of people what he was doing was right. He had children teaching them the so

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