The Final Solution By Earle Rice Jr.: An Analysis

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As a result of his racial ideology, Hitler’s efforts to rid those who were inferior to the Aryan race contributed to the exhaustion of Germany’s resources through the formation of his concentration camps. Blaming the Jews for contaminating the purity of the German race, Hitler began the formation of concentration camps in order to exterminate those whom he considered a weakness to the Aryan race. Explained in “The Final Solution”, Earle Rice Jr. explores the four elements required for the extermination of Jews to occur, one of which being the devotion of sufficient resources. However, such devotion later became an evident struggle. A few years prior to the war, on September 9, 1936, Hitler announced his four-year plan to revitalize the German

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