Causes of the Holocaust
In this essay I made a research describing the different causes of the Holocaust. One of these causes was Adolf Hitler. Other causes were because of Anti-Semitism and Hitler´s final solution were different but important causes of the Holocaust. Other causes were that Germans blamed the Jews of losing the war and all the economic problems happening, another was that the Germans were guilt for choosing Adolf Hitler as German ruler. The Holocaust had many different causes.
In this paragraph, I will explain that Adolf Hitler was an important cause of the Holocaust. Adolf Hitler was very Anti-Semitic. He believed that Jews were the cause of al problems in Germany. He believed that the race of Jews was infecting the Germans. He hated the Jews. The persecution began when Hitler came to power in 1933. By this time he began using different methods to separate the Jews slowly from the Germans. Hitler 's mental health was like the main cause of the Holocaust. There is circumstantial evidence that Hitler was victim of a disease called "General Paresis". All the symptoms of this disease provide an explanation of insane killings. Adolf Hitler was an important and main cause of the Holocaust.
In this paragraph, I will explain two causes of the Holocaust. One of these causes was because Anti-Semitism. Anti-Semitism is prejudice or hostility towards Jews. Adolf Hitler was very anti-Semitic. Anti-Semitism was already there before. This helped set a background when Hitler rises to power. Some people saw Hitler’s beliefs as normal because of Anti-Semitism. Another cause was Hitler’s “final solution”. The final solution was how to get rid of all the Jews. Hitler answer was to murder all the Jews with extermination camps. The Final solution was the final answer of Hitler, to exterminate all Jews.
In this paragraph, I will explain different causes of the Holocaust. One of these causes was that the Germans were
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