German Nazi: The Holocaust

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Final Problem in Germany

Germany had many huge problems throughout their years as a country, but one major problem that made a huge impact was the Holocaust. The Holocaust refers to a time period where Adolf Hitlers becomes chancellor and there’s a mass killing in the certain minorities Hitler found responsible for his losses. Hitler mainly looked at the Jews responsible for his losses which led to a mass killing and destruction towards the Jews and Jewish community. This mass killing took out two-thirds of European Jewry and one-third of all entire worlds Jewry.

These Jews that were murdered and sent to concentration camps were not ones that were involved in World Wars II. They were instead the victims of Germany's deliberate and systematic attempt to annihilate the whole entire Jewish population of Europe, which was Hitlers major plan also known as the Final Solution.”(jewishvirtuallibrary.org)

“ Germany was embarressed after the World War I an lost plenty of land that they had before the war even started, which reduced Germanys armed forces, demanded the recognition of its guilt for the war, and managed to somehow pay their dues to the allied powers. With the German Empire destroyed, a new parliamentary government known as the Weimar Republic was created. The republic then suffered an unstable economy, which became worse an worse as the worldwide depression after the New York stock market crashed in 1929. A huge inflation as well as high

unemployment increased the existing class and p...

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