The Rise Of Nazis And ISIS

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In the 20th century, a fascist group called the National Socialist German Workers’ Party, which was also known as the Nazis, had emerged. The party was run by the Austrian, Adolf Hitler, who is credited with starting the party with his novel Mein Kampf (Neel). The Nazis were characterized by intense nationalism (Neel).The Nazis had emerged from pre existing groups and had built from the existing disillusion from the German loss in World War I (Neel). Nazis were anti semitic and used Jews as scapegoats for losing the war (Neel). Hitler had a distaste for “inferior people”, which were those who were not of the “Aryan” race (Neel). In the 21st century a new group has come. They are The Islamic State or ISIS(Do). ISIS is a terrorist organization. Their main goal is to redraw the map of the Middle East and create a new state, an Islamic State (Do). Some groups of ISIS are formed like small armies while others are like small, sophisticated terrorist …show more content…
Nazis had begun the Holocaust. The Holocaust was the systematic, bureaucratic, state-sponsored persecution and murder of six million Jews by the Nazi regime and its collaborators (Introduction to the Holocaust). Along with the Jews, the Nazi’s had targeted the Poles, Roma or the gypsies, Russians, Serbs, Czechs and any political opponents (The Holocaust). Nazi SS and police officers incarcerated these types of people into concentrations camps (Introduction to The Holocaust). Death camps were set up in Chelmno in December 1941 and at Belzec, Sobibor, and Treblinka, all in eastern Poland, between March and July 1942 (The Holocaust). Majdanek and Auschwitz, were both death camps and concentration camps (The Holocaust). About 1.1 people died in Auschwitz, mostly from the gas chambers (The Holocaust). About 2.25 million people died in the other camps from carbon monoxide, and 300,000 were killed by Nazi Einsatzgruppen and Romanian troops in 1941-1942 (The

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