It started around the beginning of World War II around 1933 when Hitler took over and ended around when the rise of Hitler had ended, near the end of WWII and it took place all over Europe but the most well-known places are Germany France and Austria
The Nazi Party under the command of Adolf Hitler committed the acts of the holocaust; the idea of the genocide was created by Hitler himself and was committed against various types of people, spanning from homosexuals, disabled and most commonly known, the Jews. Hitler hated the Jews the most because he thought they were responsible for losing WWI and the economic crisis that was going …show more content…
It is reported that there were about 3.14 million people who survived in 1945.
After the events of WWII and the Holocaust, the Nazis who planned out, carried or participated in any war crimes or in the Holocaust were put in trials often called the “Nuremberg Trials” where some were sentenced to death or hanged or to a prison sentence that were around 10 years to life. Nazi Leader Adolf Hitler was never brought to trial because he committed suicide on April 30 1945, before the war had even ended.
The idea of Ultranationalism played a huge role in the events leading up to and during the holocaust, Adolf Hitler and his Nazi party wanted world domination and wanted to be above every other country and by showing his power towards other people and other countries, he came close to achieving that