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Anti-Semitism in Nazi Germany: How Far Were the German People Responsible for the Holocaust?
As we may never know the exact details of the Holocaust, one of the most horrifying events in human history, it is left to theorise on the identity of the perpetrators guilty of such an atrocity. A great deal of the evidence assembled points in various directions. It is clear that the blame cannot rest fully on Nazi leaders and officials, as it is probable that the common German citizen was also a part of the attempted genocide enforced by those who served under Hitler. If the question is why or how, an answer must be based on how you perceive the information obtained from those who had ev…
- Anti-Semitism in Nazi Germany: How Far Were the German People Responsible for the Holocaust?
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