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The jewish question

In World War I Germany thought they were going to win the war, but they didn't. Germany didn't have the right military support and weapons to win. After the war Hitler was mad because Germany didn't win the war and he blamed it on the Jews. Hitler then decided he would try to take control of Germany by getting the support from all the Germans so he could exterminate all the Jews and anyone that disagreed with his ideas. After a while Hitler got the support from many Germans on his ideas and then began to rise in power just like he wanted. He then started by making a group called the Nazis. The Nazis exterminated thousands of Jews and burned down their homes and businesses. Hitler then began to kill off more Jews by sending them to death camps, also known as concentration camps, where they would be sent to die.

The concentration camps were terrible places to be. They had filthy conditions and many of the Jews were forced to starve and die. Others were sent to gas chambers that first had carbon monoxide and then were changed to hydrogen cyanide, a better and more efficient way to kill off the Jews Hitler thought. The Nazis and SS, another Anti-Jew German group, referred to killing Jews and exterminating their race and making Germany a dominate race of just Germans the "special treatment" and the answer to the "Jewish Question."

After about a year or two 1.4 million Jews were killed by the Nazis or in death camps. Hitler's ideas also spread across Eastern Europe. Germany's army spread into the Soviet Union and the Netherlands. More Jews were killed there. During the whole time period of the Holocaust as many as 5.8 million Jews died. Just because the fact they were Jewish.

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