Germany And The Nazi War

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The time that Hitler was gaining all of his power, Germany was in a very fragile state due to the depression it was suffering from.7 Adolf Hitler led Germany to believe that the Jews were a threat to the German race. He was under the impression that Germany and eventually the world should compose of one homogenous race, therefore any anyone that differs should be eliminated.8 The fact that it wasn’t only one individual with this view is astonishing, but the power the Nazis and Hitler had is what got all the support into thinking this way. When thinking about Germany and how they treated the situation, it is hard not to think what would have happened if the people of Germany stood up against the Nazis when they began to make laws (Nuremberg laws) that were enforced to discriminate against the Jews.9
Some say that if these early laws had drawn a lot of protest, the later events would probably not have happened. If the Germans did not show Hitler and the Nazis as much support as they did, they might have not garnered so much control and power. So therefore the German people could have stopped it.
A way they say that it could have been prevented, or at least significantly reduced in its possibility was if various countries such as the United States or England permitted the Jewish citizens of Germany to move in their countries. But due to Hitler’s increasing influence, anti-Semitic views became widespread within other countries thus these countries placed strict…
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