During the next four years Hitler enjoyed an array success. In 1935, he abandoned the Treaty of Versailles (signed at the end of War World I). He began building up the army five times larger than was allowed and Nazism expanded. A major tool of the Nazis propaganda assault was the weekly Nazi newspaper. At the bottom of the newspaper it said “The Jews are our misfortune” (The Holocaust:
An Introductory History). The Nazis moved swiftly to consolidate their power into a dictatorship. By the end of 1934, Hitler was in total control of Germany and his campaign against the Jews was more in effect than ever.
In 1939 Germany invaded Poland, beginning World War II. Soon after Nazis began moving Jews into crowded “ghettos” which isolated them from society. Eventually Jews from Poland and German...
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... during the Holocaust are offended and disturbed when what they were put through is challenged by people who are just going on their intuition. Those who argue against the Holocaust have very little proof to support their accusations. The accusations are not reinterpretation of acknowledged facts but denial of known facts.
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