The Holocaust and The Final Solution Essay

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The Holocaust was not just bad; it was horrific in every way. The Final Solution was meant to control people and scare people. Over eleven million people died in Europe. The United States came in later than they should have, but they stopped the Axis Powers from gaining too much control. However, my people, the Jewish people, would never forget the tragedy that doomed millions of lives.

It was all started by a man named Adolf Hitler. Native to Austria, he fought for Germany in World War One. After germany surrendered, Hitler was furious. He wanted Germany to rise to what his vision of greatness was. After a failed attempt to overthrow the government, he got into politics. A few years later, he became chancellor of Germany. Hitler then
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The Holocaust was not just bad; it was horrific in every way. The Final Solution was meant to control people and scare people. Over eleven million people died in Europe. The United States came in later than they should have, but they stopped the Axis Powers from gaining too much control. However, my people, the Jewish people, would never forget the tragedy that doomed millions of lives.

It was all started by a man named Adolf Hitler. Native to Austria, he fought for Germany in World War One. After germany surrendered, Hitler was furious. He wanted Germany to rise to what his vision of greatness was. After a failed attempt to overthrow the government, he got into politics. A few years later, he became chancellor of Germany. Hitler then made a law saying that once the president of Germany died, the chancellor would be in charge Just days later, the president died, leaving hitler as the leader of Germany. The nuermberg Laws followed soon after. Jews, Gypsies, Poles and other Slavs, communists, socialists, people with physical and mental disabilities, Jehovah's Witnesses, and homosexuals are only a few groups that were bullied by these laws. However, the main victims were Jews. Nothing would prepare them for the night called "The Night of Broken Glass". Business owned by anyone on the Undesirables List were ruined. Glass windows were smashed, doors were hanging off of their hinges, and bodies were scattered everywhere. Later on, those same people wouldn't be able to own a
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