Jews were a target of the holocaust because Hitler hated them for all the reasons in the world. He also blamed them for the loss of World War 1 in Germany. Hitler had told the Germans that they could win World War 1 if they did not get “stabbed in the back” by the Jews. So the main question is, how Hitler’s hate of the Jews started a superior race. Hitler hated the Jews for all the reasons in the world.
The holocaust activated by Adolf Hitler, who be permeated with the vindictiveness of the Jews. After he created Anti-Semitism in Germany and killed most of the Jews in Germany. Afterwards he continued to spread Anti-Semitism all over Europe. He desired of power to rule the world, and had killed more than 20 million people during World War II. He had made the wrong decision ever, as he adjudged that all the Jews were trumpery, barren, and witless, hence he decided to extirpate the Jews all over the world.
that dismantled the image of Jews causing nothing but hatred, violence, persecution, and humiliation of the Jewish race. The result of this process left the Jews in Poverty, devastation, and the biggest event that Hitler was responsible for; Genocide. As far as anti-Semitic Laws, the Nazi governments were responsible for regulating this mov... ... middle of paper ... ...m such acts of Jews; Homes and synagogues. Hitler and the Nazi regime had caused more damage than imaged. Many were killed while others were sent to concentration camps.
However, according to a website Holocaust History had mention when Hitler hated the Jews, he blame... ... middle of paper ... ...ermany, to have his power and to be the most evil dictator in the whole World War II history. About 6 million people died and most of them where the Jewish people. To conclude this essay, Adolf Hitler had many reasons why he hate the Jews, most of the reasons was about the government which is they are too intrusive on Germany’s politics and culture. Hitler and the Nazis believed that the Jews were a kind of biological struggle. In the Adolf Hitler’s he wrote that he’s hatred was influenced by Dr. Karl Lueger and the Christian Social Party.
The Jews were considered the murderers of Christ and were therefor denounced from society, rejected by the Conservatives and were not allowed to live in rural areas. As a result, the Jews began living in the cities and supported the liberals. This made the Germans see the Jews as the symbol of all they feared. Following the defeat of the Germans in WW1, the Treaty Of Versailles and the UN resolutions against Germany raised many militaristic voices and formed extreme nationalism. Hitler took advantage of the situation and rose to power in 1933 on a promise to destroy the Treaty Of Versailles that stripped Germany off land.
The Little Known Victims of the Holocaust Many people look back on the Holocaust today and realize that so many abysmal and hideous things happened. The genocide of the Jews is known but what may be less well documented is Hitler’s design to eradicate all groups other than the blue-eyed, fair-haired Aryans. So many of them were forgotten and just pushed in with the major race of the Jews, who were said to be unworthy of life. The people were not ready, nor expecting to be forced into such an egregious state of being. Adolf Hitler excruciatingly persecuted every race that he thought was unsuitable for his dream of a Master Race.
The Christian church saw Jews as the murderer of their saviour and as such, was not fond of any Jewish people. The hatred between the two religions contributed greatly to the hatred of Jews in general in Germany. The main blame for the holocaust has come to fall, fairly obviously on Adolph Hitler and his Generals including, Goring, Himmler and Heydrich. Hitler is portrayed as having envisaged and planned the Final Solution from when he came to power until he died in 1945. Hitler's fervent anti-semistism played a huge part in the persecution of Jews during World War II.
“When thus, for the first time I recognized the Jew as the cold-hearted, shameless, and calculating director of this revolting vice traffic in the scum of the big city.” (Hitler) These were the words of Adolf Hitler, leader of Nazi Germany during World War II. He strongly despised the Jewish culture, and he believed that they needed to be exterminated in order to protect his “Fatherland.” (Hitler) His strong hatred began the second World War, and it also lead to the deaths of over six million Jewish people. The question that many are asking after the fact is why he did what he did. What caused his intense hatred? Why was he so successful in his endeavor, despite the obvious violation of humanitarian laws?
This was the beginning of the slaughtering of lambs for Jews, because Hitler considered Jews a form of pollution on this planet, and began his massacre of millions. Hitler wanted to purify the world of anyone who was even part Jew, and dehumanize them at the same time. The German army made their way to Sighet and began to imply their form of justice, and purification. Time had passed since Moishe started warning Jews about the Germans. He would state his truth aloud, and that gave the elders of Sighet a cold shiver down their spins, they did not want to admit their being wrong, so they merely said that Moishe the Beadle had finally lost it.
In the 1930's, a vicious hate group targeted Germany's Jewish population. They were called the Nazis. The Nazis are possibly the most notoriously evil hate groups in all of history .Everyone knows who the Nazis are and why they did. What most of society doesn't know is why they were so evil. Often times what is most associated with the Holocaust is how the Jewish people were affected, but there is a lot more to it.