2-3 SENTENCE HOOK“Die Juden sind unser unglück” (The Jews are our misfortune).REWORD THESISThe Holocaust changed the lives of everyone who knew about it, and drastically changed the lives of everyone who had to endure the atrocity. Due to jumping to conclusions, an entire race was almost completely eliminated. Without racism having had existed, the tale of the Holocaust wouldn’t have been heard of. Adolf Hitler had forced his country to have the same mindset that he had, certain that he knew the secret of our world. His thought was based on the belief that there are different groups of people sorted into races, each with specific characteristics.
They were blamed for many things since they were the people’s external scapegoat. People always look for others to blame, and during the challenging times the Jews were blamed. (Origins of the Holocaust 10) He also stated “When things started going wrong, however, Jews were rapidly made the scapegoat.” ( Origins of the Holocaust 26) In conclusion, the Jews were blamed. The Jews were considered outsiders of Germany; therefore, they were blamed. Germans did not want Jews a part of them.
Adolf Hitler: How his physiological state led to all he did in history Known for the holocaust, for being a part of getting into WWII, and for doing the sickest things in history. Adolf Hitler aside of being in WWII he was cruel to the jews, and anyone. He had an atrocious childhood. Hitler developed throughout the years a physiological illness from his atrocious childhood, and lack of relationships that led to the catastrophic events that we all know of today. Losing the people he loved, getting rejected from art school, and having a lack of relationships,inspired Hitler to make decision that led to World War II.
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The Holocaust is one of the greatest crimes ever committed against humanity. At first, the Nazi’s put pressure on the Jews by forcing them out of high statuses by boycotting their stores, and eventually by physically persecuting them. However, several Jews did emigrate, more so to North America. After the annexation of Austria and the invasion of Poland in 1939, Nazi control eventually spread to Holland, Norway, northern France, and Czechoslovakia; as the Nazi’s power spread, the more executions occurred. Those Jews, who wanted to flee, found it difficult, because several countries refused to take in massive amounts of Jews, including the United States.
Hitler was lucky during the war, by only receiving a shell fragment wound to the to his leg. Hitler blamed the Jews for much of the apathy and anti-war sentiments and saw them as conspiring to spread unrest and threaten the German war effort. These ideas that Hitler had against the Jews, lead to the growing hatred toward them. Many people say that this was the beginning of what was to come, in the coming years. After WWI, Hitler’s hatred on Jews grew, saying that Germany had been subverted by a Jewish/Communist conspiracy and that therefore World War I had never been lost (The History Place).
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. He concluded that all of the undesirable people need to be killed, as has been mentioned he manufactured many concentration camps or death camps all over Europe. “Undesirable people” a lot of people might think, what does this word really mean, does it only referred to Jews? Actually undesirable people during World War II were not only Jews, but also including Gypsies, homosexual, and even Slavic people. These people were consi... ... middle of paper ... ... House Ltd, 2000.