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The Jews In Nazi Germany
In an extended, written answer, describe and explain the change in the Nazis treatment of the Jews between 1933 and 1945.
The people who suffered most under Nazi rule were the Jewish. Traditionally since the Middle Ages Europeans had tended to blame the Jews for their misfortunes and many nationalists in the 1930s believed the Jews were to blame for the Germany had had since World War I. Hitler had also as a tramp in Vienna been very jealous of the wealth and the status of the Jews who were often doctors, lawyers, and writers. The Jews were regarded as the scapegoats of a…
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