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What Was the Significance of Anti-semitism to Nazism?
he question whether Holocaust is explicable only by German history and that without Nazi’s ideology Holocaust would not happen, is very ambiguous. Nevertheless, it is worth studying by looking at the conditions prevalent in contemporary German society before the occurrence of the Holocaust. Supposedly, German society hitherto 1933 had already been infected with some radical ideas and Hitler’s appointment as a head of the government only led to the final realization into life of those tendencies of radical national path to development. However, only in time analytical hindsight, which did not happen, would have prevented the foregoing events. …
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