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Nazi Persecution of the Jews- before, and during the second world war.
Hitler did insanely hate the Jews. This was mainly because in his years of poverty in Vienna, most of the successful businesses were run by Jews, he being unemployed and living in the streets for some years couldn't get a job, because the majority of Jews had the successful jobs. Also he blamed the Jews for the Defeat of Germany in WW1, even though there were Jews in the Germany fighting for Germany them selves, and sacrificing there lives, he still believed it was their fault and they were also the ones to blame for the 'Treaty of Versailles', so something had to be done about this. Howe…
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