Explain how the Nazis dealt with Jews in occupied territories
On January 30th 1933, Hitler became chancellor of Germany. He was the official Nazi leader. To the Nazis, the root cause of all Germany's problems were the Jews, whom they thought were carrying on a racial war against the German nation. Once the Nazis were in power, they undertook their policies against German Jews with vigour. Under Nazi control consistently, Jews were deprived of human rights, their property confiscated, most of them were herded into ghettos and concentration camps.
<Tab/>Germany occupied western Poland in fall 1939. Much of this territory was taken over by…
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