The Effects Of Jews On Jewish Population During The Nazi Regime

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An important topic is being researched, and it concerns the Final Solution of the Nazis concerning the Jews. On January 20th 1942, 15 leading officials of the Nazi state met at a villa in Wannsee, a suburb of Berlin, to discuss the “Final solution of the Jewish Question” (“The Final Solution,” 2015). They used the term “Final Solution” to refer to their plan to annihilate the Jewish people. It is not known when the leaders of Nazi Germany definitively decided to implement their plan to eradicate the Jews” (“United States Holocaust Memorial Museum,” 2015). Although, the genocide, or mass destruction, of the Jews was the culmination of a decade of increasingly severe discriminatory measures (“United States Holocaust Memorial Museum,” 2015). The Final Solution resulted in the holocaust, one of the most horrific crimes against humanity. As a result, I am going to discuss the Final Solution, and its effects on Jewish population during the Nazi regime. Firstly, when Adolf Hitler came into power in Germany on May 8th 1945, one of his main goals was to purify the German race. He believed that all races were inferior to the German race. As a result, the Jewish people of Europe suffered severe persecution which eventually led to them being murdered. Hitler spread propaganda all throughout Germany, which cause the German people to hate the Jews. He made them believe that the Jewish people were the cause of all the problems in Germany. As a result, Hitler instilled fear in the German

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