But there is one specific person that hated the Jews. His name was Adolph Hitler. He was the number 1 person in the world that hated the Jews. But the thing is Hitler is a Jew himself. Jews were a target of the holocaust because Hitler hated them for all the reasons in the world.
In some countries peasant and working classes relished the thought of Napoleon leading their country. After he took power the people started to feel oppressed and became unhappy when relatives of Napoleon’s became their Kings. The thing that topped it off was the fact that the Code Napoleon did not allow changes for the different countries. These facts prove without a doubt that Napoleon lied to his people so they would support him. While he was doing this lying he managed to kill off most of a generation of French, which left France behind in the Industrial Revolution, and turn the Republic that the revolution had fought for back into a Monarchy.
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.
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.
He also directed his anger at Jews and communists he believed contributed to that defeat. He blamed them for the loss of World War I, which he thought was a Jewish conspiracy (Jews in Nazi Germany pg. 1). He also believed that the Treaty of Versailles was a Jewish conspiracy designed to take down the country of Germany (Jews in Nazi Germany pg. 1) as well as the hyperinflation of 1923, which he believed to be an international conspiracy by the Jewish people (Jews in Nazi Germany pg.
This event shows how corrupt and money hungry the government had become, by letting anyone get high up in the political chain just by feeding the gluttonous king. The next king, Louis XVI saw that the majority of France (75%) was peasants and serfs. Consequently, to try to ensure their happiness (and prevent the Revolution), he had the Estates-General abolish the feudal system, in which they held no ranking.4 This made the nobility extremely unhappy. With no feudal system, they no longer were much higher up politicly than the commoners. The next noble atrocity came with Louis XVI making the nobles pay taxes.