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Why Genocide

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1. Hitler blamed the Jews for the defeat of Germany during the WWI because he believed that the Jews didn't fight for their country. He also blamed them for the economic depression because he also believed that the Jews wanted to profit from the war.

2. Hitler gained control of the Nazi party by joining them and realizing that he's good in speaking with people, eventually, he became the leader of the group.

3. Hitler became Chancellor of Germany because he is the leader of the largest party in the Reichstag.

4. The Nazis used propagandas to promote their beliefs by putting images, symbols, and dramas that captures the attention of the masses.

5. The Nazis discriminated the Jews by blaming them and showing their anger and disgust to the Jewish people through posters and propagandas. The Nazis said that the Jews are greedy, rats, and insects.

6. Concentration camps are unsanitary and crowded. Executions were common and arbitrary. The inhabitants only came with the clothes on their backs. The prisoners in the concentration camps were being worked to death or worse, burned to death. The main purpose of the concentration camps is to eliminate the enemies of the Nazi party.

7. The Final Solution is the code name the Nazis came up for the annihilation of the Jewish race in Europe. The Nazis achieved the Final Solution by sending the Jews in concentration camps and eventually killing them.

8. The Nuremberg Trials was a series of trials most notable for the prosecution of prominent members of the political, military and economic leadership of Nazi Germany. It resulted in the imprisonment of 24 important members of the Nazi Party.



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