How Did Hitler Cause The Holocaust

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The Holocaust is one of the most known mass murders of the human race. Before the Holocaust, mass murder had never been given a name. Hitler and his Nazi army led to the destruction of the many races in most areas of Europe. Hitler believed that if were not born German and if were born as a German but look like another race, were a disgrace to the race. If a person was born a German, a person also had to prove he was completely German by showing records of family members and their marriages. Some of the many groups included gypsies, blacks, homosexuals, and the most hated of all: Jews. Along with these groups, the sick Germans were removed from the German society as well, because they hurt Hitler’s vision of an invincible race. Hitler did not care about unless you were part of his perfect society. He ended up starving and killing most of those whom he did not like. Due to Hitler’s actions causing the Holocaust, a new concept arose throughout the world that had never been thought upon before: Genocide.
The Holocaust officially begins on January 30th, 1933, at Hitler’s appointment as chancellor. With this occurring, the safety of all Jews and other persecuted races would be in danger. There were many reasons that could have triggered Hitler’s hatred for Jews. “Many historians point to Hitler’s years in Vienna as having
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They were being persecuted and attacked and with the beginning of the war, they were killed. Many were sent to concentration camps or camps for slave work. People, mainly Jews, were also sought out and murdered so that there would be less of the “outsides” of Hitler’s “master race.” With all of these murders being committed, many people believed this to be the worst murder in our history. I believe with all of these proofs, Hitler has created

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