The Reason Behind The Genocide

861 Words Nov 16th, 2016 4 Pages
It has been said by many people, such as Allah in verse 46 in surat Fussilat, “Whosoever does righteous good deed it is for (the benefit of) his own self, and whosoever does evil, it is against his own self, and your Lord is not at all unjust to (His) slaves,” (Fussilat 41:46), meaning that everyone is responsible for their own actions. Adolf Hitler is no longer alive therefore saying that he is living proof could not be justified. Leaving behind the fact that he is no longer alive, it can still be said that he was once proof that not everyone is responsible for their own actions. Some Historians blame Hitler for all of the killings he made. However, they do not think of what could have been the reason behind his genocide in the Holocaust. The large amount of casualties might not have an explanation, or at least that is what people think. Had the people kept in consideration that for every cause there is an effect though?
Hitler became Germany’s dictator, even though he was a native of Braunau am Inn, Austria. Because of the rough time in that area, Hitler only had one sibling that survived childhood, Paula. His other four siblings died in their childhood. It was Hitler’s fathers, Alois, third marriage by the time Hitler was born. Hitler’s father died seven years after retiring from the Civil service, when Hitler was only six years old.
Hitler’s father, Alois, was a civil servant. At this time period, this job was respected in Braunau. Alois wanted absolutely nothing more…
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