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there was a reason why each group was targeted, but generally speaking because he did not want them in his society.
Hitler target the Jews for elimination since he believed that theywere responsible for most of the events in the world that affectedhis country. This was also a way of showing… how powerful he was.
Hitler targerted Jehovah's Witnesses, Jews, Gypsies, Poles, Russians, and those who were mentally or physically disabled.
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He needed a scapegoat and those groups were unpopular at the time.
The question is missing something so a short list:JewsHomosexualsRomany or Gypsies
he believed that they were a lower class of being
If you mean other than the main six or seven groups that are always mentioned; young people who listened to American music, people who supported him before he went to prison, …but no longer agreed with him, paedophiles, habitual criminals to name some.
the list of groups who were not targets would go on for pages, it is easier to list who was a target:
there were different specifics for each group, but in general terms; it was because he did not want them in German society.
Jews POWS Ethnic poles romani freemason Disabled people Mentally ill slovenes Jehovah's Witnesses Homosexuals Ethnic Slovenes slavs Ethnic surbs Negr…os Left Wing poloticians
"Hitler didn't try to kill "Aryans" and anyone who is an "Pure German."
Anyone unlike him. He believed that the Germans were the master race on the earth and all others were inferior. Especially: Jews, English, French.... He even had a perfect… idea of a person: Tall, Strong, Blonde hair, Blue Eyes, in perfect great health and with a high IQ. Hope that answered your question! Dr. Sir. Professor. Knowitall Harry Potter VIII
There was only one group targeted; the full term was 'The FinalSolution to the Jewish Question'. This is not to say that the Nazisdid not persecute other groups, just that 'Th…e Final Solution' wasa specific issue.