The Holocaust Impact On The Nazis

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he Holocaust started in the 1933, when the Nazis and Adolf Hitler took power in Germany. The Holocaust came from the Greek words “holos” (whole) and “kaustos” (burned), this cause chaos and tragedy for the Jewish people. At this time Germany was a nation with a Jewish population of 566,000 people. Nazis thought that they were the most inferior race and no other race was better than the Aryan race. This cause a lot of discrimination and hate against other people based on their beliefs and aspects. It also cause people to be segregated and be humiliated. Furthermore, the Nazis provoked the outbreak of World War II, when they invaded Poland and tried to gain control over other countries. The Holocaust lasted 12 years and it end in May of 1945.

The Holocaust was a disaster affecting many people's lives, mainly targeting Jewish people. They were also against Poles, Gypsies, Russians, The Disabled, Jehovah's Witnesses and Homosexuals. During the Holocaust, six million Jews were murdered and many others were treated inhuman and killed. People who were affected by the Holocaust were discriminated, segregated and hated. This people were mistreated and their freedom was taken away, just by having different beliefs and have different aspects. The Holocaust change their lives and made them hopeless, because everything that they had was taken away
Around this time the Nazis came up with the term “The Final Solution” This meant to have all Jewish people segregated and put into
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