In the Adolf Hitler’s he wrote that he’s hatred was influenced by Dr. Karl Lueger and the Christian Social Party. This is because there is a war between Christian and Judaism. And after all Hitler wasn’t the most horrible dictator in Germany he mentions by his words says that he was convinced. No one actually really knows the reasons why did Hitler hate the Jews but these are the reasons that Hitler want to remove the Jews out of Germany.
The NAZI Party led in this mass murdering of the Jewish people. The head of the NAZI Party, Adolph Hitler, proclaimed that he was not a racist, yet killed over six million defenseless people because of their race. Hitler also declared, redundantly, in his speeches, that he did not desire World War Two. These are some of his last words: “It is not true that I, or anyone else in Germany wanted a war in 1939. It was wanted and provoked exclusively by those international statesmen who either were of Jewish origin, or worked for Jewish interests.
People often wonder why the Jews were hated so much and why they were a target to the holocaust or why the holocaust had happened. Well that is an easy question to answer. Many people hated the Jews. Some hated them just because of their race. But there is one specific person that hated the Jews.
The holocaust all started in 1933. When Adolf Hitler didn’t like the Jews. Hitler didn’t like the Jews because they blamed that they blamed that Hitler created an enemy .Hitler claimed the all there problem was claimed by the Jews. Many people believed Adolf when he said that the Jews blamed that Hitler created an enemy. Hitler claimed the Jews because they were to plan for the economic difficult to the country of the World War I.
If one piece is missing, the effort will lose steam and along with it support. But if you are able to find a way to combine all the necessary elements, we find that it is possible to break down those seemingly impenetrable walls of racism, and see the light of equality. We have made great strides, but the fight is not over. Racism has no place in the world of today, and never will, but it is upon us to make that dream a reality. We have been given the pieces to the puzzle…but what will we do with them?
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.
Luther states, “Then they also call Jesus a whore 's son, saying that his mother Mary was a whore, who conceived him in adultery with a blacksmith” (Bertram, p.70). Luther being a very religious man rooted in the Christian faith takes offense to this and sees such sayings as a representation of all Jews. More severely Luther also writes of Jews speech that is different
Hitler seemed afraid of the Jews, as he believed they were a threat to the Aryan race, because they played a prominent role in certain spheres of the German daily life. The Nazi Policy aimed to make Jews’ lives so unbearable, that they would voluntarily emigrate from Germany. Between 1933 and 1939, no fewer than 45 decrees, laws a... ... middle of paper ... ... it was permitted to assault and kill them. Many Jews immigrated to other countries; yet many also stayed, as a number of countries were not as co- operative as others. Fear of the SA and Gestapo meant that only a few sympathetic Germans were willing to defend Jews when they were attacked.
In the Holocaust, there was numerous stuff that the Nazis did that was wrong, but the Jews all dyeing was not their fault. It was the people that weren't Jews. It was their fault that the Jews all died because they didn’t receive the sign the all the Jews were going missing. What the Nazis did was inhumane. Also the people that weren't Jews what they could have done is tried to stop the Nazis and die for a good cause, and also it would be the right thing to do if you were in that situation.
Six million innocent Jews died “simply because they were Jewish” (Whitcock, 30). The author Whitlock was referring to the Holocaust in the previous quote. The Holocaust, one of the most tragic events in the world, would have not been possible with anti- Semitic beliefs. Anti-Semitism has a deep history all the way back to the beginning of the Christian era and was spread with biased Nazi propaganda (“Nazi Propaganda”). The worst part of anti-Semitism was its effects.