What did Hitler do with undesirables?
He killed most of them.
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I believe if I remember my history correctly that Hitler disliked anyone who was not blond haired and blue eyed, ie... Jewish, Polish. etc. ____ Undesirable, in Hitler'…s eyes, included a long list of groups. See the related questions. Jews, polish, homosexuals, gypsies, and Jehovah witness
Not only Jews were persecuted during the Nazi reign in Germany, but Slavs, gypsies, handicapped people, people of color, and anyone that did not agree with Hitler were torture…d and killed.
They were sent to concentration camps ...
The undesirables were the Jews in the Holocaust who Hitler classified as subhuman and he wanted them to be destroyed this is when Eugenics came into play to exterminate the ra…ce.
Despite what anyone may say, the answer is not know. The best guess is 1941. Probably some time between March 1941 and March 1942.
The Jews were sytematically killed during the years 1941-1945. Other undesireables (apart from Gypsies) were not systematically killed.
Answer 1 1933-1941 There was no single decision but a series of decision taken from1939-1941, starting with incurables (1939) and culminating in theFinal Solution (adopted i…n 1941). However, Hitler's statementsabout the various groups were so inflammatory and obsessive thatsome believe that the desire to kill them was in effect implicitlylurking in the background much earlier, though it's hard to put anexact date on it. Answer 2 Most probably 1943. Some may think 1942 or even 1941, it was for awhile in the 1950's believed that he had decided way back in the1920s, but there turned out to be very little evidence to supportthat point of view.
The final solution
Hitler wanted the "undesirables" excluded from German society, they had to be eliminated because once they had been excluded they had no way of feeding themselves, as their pr…operty and rights to work had been taken away, and Hitler did not want to feed them.
Which was NOT an action of Adolf Hitler He tried to rid the world of people he saw as undesirables. He seized Austria. He seized Manchuria. He seized Poland.?
Adolf Hitler did not seize Manchuria, it was the Japanese that seized Manchuria starting in 1931.
If you're referring to the Final Solution or the Solution to the Jewish question, then that was in 1942 on January 20th.
One part is easy to answer, the other undesirables never had a death sentence handed to them and most of those imprisoned survived. The decision to kill the Jews is harder …to answer, it was made in three parts. The first was the 'Commissar order', which in its initial (and written) form did not actually include Jews, but was the order that was interpreted as, and used as the order to start the killing of Jews on the Eastern front. The second was the decision to liquidate the ghettos, this still did not include the wholsale extermination of the Jews, but the killing of those in captivity. The third part was after the 'sucessful' use of the gas vans in the liquidation of the ghettos, that then the decision to kill all Jews under Nazi occupation was made. Now, it has to be said that apart from a couple of written orders (like the one mentioned), there is no written record of the decisions or orders, so we can only speculate from the evidence, results and actions taken as to when and what the orders were. As there are so many historians studying the period there are many different interpretations. One thoery that was popular immediately after the war (and well into the 1980's), which has now been proved to be unworkable is that the decision was made as early as when Hitler wrote 'Mein Kampf' or when he established the Nazi Party.
What year did Hitler decide to kill all the Jews and undesirables held in Nazi controlled in Europe?
It is generally considered that Hitler decided sometime between thesummer of 1941 and the summer of 1942, but as he never wrote itdown, it is hard to say with total conviction…. One other leading theory is that the decision was not made until1943, after 4 million had already been killed. Most of the decisions to kill the groups other than the Jews weremade late in 1944 or 1945.
It was called the T-4 programme, it was a pre-cursor to theHolocaust and the Final Solution.