World War Two

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World War Two In the History of the world, human race, there have been many wars between different societies, Cultures, and Countries. Massive blood shed in many of these wars did not stop the coming of new conflicts of interest, peaking to battle. World War Two, one of the biggest war of history brought several countries to battle against each other (1939-1945). The catalyst of this war was one man whom discriminated against other cultures for no reason but to exterminate the Jewish race, known as Adolf Hitler. When Hitler decided to go through with the holocaust, it there was a question of why did he want to kill Jewish people. Hitler decided to go through with the holocaust early to mid 1441, and brought this motion to full effect in 19421. The first notion that people thought of was that Hitler just wanted to physically exterminate the Jewish race2. Hitler's secretary remembers a private meeting between Himmler and Hitler in the early spring of 1941, after which Himmler sat at her desk with a very troubled look on his face, put his head in his hands and said: "My God, my God, what I am expected to do"3. If Hitler had a written order to kill the Jews, it has never been recovered, or has probably been destroyed. Two documents have been recently uncovered, which were the diary entries of Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels of December 12, 1941, and part of Reichsfuhrer-SS Heinrich Himmler's diary entry of December 18, 1941. The first is a diary entry by Joseph Goebbels of December 12, 1941. With respect of the Jewish Question, the Führer has decided to make a clean sweep. He prophesied to the Jews that if they again brought about a world war, they would live to see their annihilation in it. That wasn't just a catch-wor... ... middle of paper ... ...n and Schuster, New York, 1960, pp. 864-865. 4. Hitler and the Final Solution, University of California Press, Berkley, 1984 5. Martin Gilbert, The Holocaust: The Jewish Tragedy, Fontana/Collins, Glasgow, 1989, p. 219. 6. Rost, Nico, Concentration Camp Dachau, third edition, translated into English by Captain Bernard R. Hanauer (no date) Comité International de Dachau, Brussels, p. 4. 7. Distel, Barbara and Jakusch, Ruth, Editors, op. cit., p. 73. 8. Neuhäusler, Dr. Johannes, Auxiliary Bishop of Munich, op. cit., p. 15. 9. Best, Captain S. Payne, The Venlo Incident, 1950, Hutchison & Co., (Publishers), Ltd. (London), p. 186. 10. Benz, Wolfgang, "Sigmund Rascher, M.D.: A Career," pp. 22/45 Dachau Review 2: History of Nazi Concentration Camps Studies, Volume 2, 1990, Edited by Wofgang Benz and Barbara Distel, Comité International de Dachau (Brussels), p. 45

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