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Answered 2011-03-29 00:13:10

He simply didn't bother to consult them. The Nazi structure of the SS, the Gestapo and a close group of intimates like Goering, Himler, Heydrich and Hess made it possible to secretly create the infrastructure required to implement the "final solution to the Jewish question. No one set out to eliminate the Jews? It is true that some Germans knew, some suspected, and some were naive or oblivious to what was going on around them. Adolph Hitler only needed a small cadre that could and would place into action Hitler's will.

AnswerHe used Propaganda to persuade the Germans to follow his ideas. After WW1, Germany was having money issues and there seemed to be no solution. Then Hitler showed up with a solution to their money issues, and someone they could blame for what happened after the war: the Jews. He had so many people under his power, he could do anything, so he killed. Not only Jews, but Catholics, gypsies, and mentally ill people were also killed. Some tried to stop it, but the majority of Germany went with Hitlers beliefs, to eliminate the Jews

he did not use propaganda to persuade GERMANS he used propaganda to make the JEWS want to go to the concentration camps.

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