THey singled out the jews because Adolf Hitler thought Christians and Catholics were better than Jewish people so he decided to kill the jewish people
No. Either way you read the question, the answer is no. Hitler did more than simply kill Jews, he also deprived them of their rights, quarantined them, starved them, tortured them, and authorized immoral medical procedures be done to them. On the other side, Hitler did not only kill 6 million Jews, he also killed 5 million Non-Jews.
Hitler did kill more Jewish people than any other group. There were other groups who were also targeted such as Romanies (Roma people), communists and disabled and mentally handicapped children, although they were not killed in such large numbers as the Jews.Hitler killed the Jews because........well no one knows because these webites wont tell you why!!one if the reasons was because his mom died of cancer and her doctor was Jewish.
Yes, he focused his killing mostly on Jews.
He, via his henchmen, sent the Jews to death-camps. That was because Hitler believed that the Jewish race, in particular, was a 'lower' race than others, and that the Jews where to blame for, sort of, everything bad.
Hitler believed the Jews were responsible for Germany's loss in WW1 and as a result for all of Germany's problems. He also believed that Jewish people were controlling the world and therefore he hated Jews more than anybody else probably ever has and therefore he wanted to kill all of the Jews in Europe.
There's no evidence that Hitler took any interest in Judaism (that is, the Jewish religion), but there is plenty of evidence that from about 1919 he was very preoccupied with Jews.
it is a fact that starlin and the Russian army killed more Jews than Hitler and the riech
He blamed the Jews for Germany's defeat in World War One. Hitler was an Austrian and anti-Semitism was always stronger there than in Germany proper. He linked both capitalism and communism (Carl Marx was Jewish) with the Jews.
Yes. Out of a total worldwide Jewish community of between 15-16 million Jews in 1939, Hitler killed 6 million, which is a little more than third.
Firstly, Hitler killed 6 million Jews (not 5 million). However, his rationales for killing them are no different as a group than as individuals as set out in the Related Questions below.
The Nazi party had rather harsh views of the Jewish people. Most notably, their view of racial supremacy led them to believe that the Jewish people were less than human, and the blame placed on the Jews for the loss of World War 1 led the Nazi party to believe the Jewish people needed eliminated to better society.
Hitler, Haman, and Vashti. Hitler killed many Jews during world war 2. Haman was going to kill Achashverosh (the king of Shushan at that time) and then kill the Jews. Vashti had gold stolen as the first beit hamikdash was destroyed and than showed it of at her party.
she didn't kill anyone.
No, he was not. Hitler decided to embark on his antiSemitic campaign almost entirely of his own accord.Roman Catholic AnswerNothing could be further from the truth. Pope Pius XII did more to save Jews than any single individual. The trials he had to go through both to save the Catholics and the Jews while opposing Hitler were unbelievable. The story is summarized in the link below. INDEPENDENT ANSWERIt is true that the Pope never specifically ordered Hitler to kill Jews.
Hitler not only wanted to kill all the Jews in Europe but any race other than his own based on autocracy government. which means one person rule.
There are several reasons Jews were targeted. Jews, as a whole, were more prosperous than many Germans, so greed and jealously were also tied in with the persecution. Hitler and the Nazis also saw the Jews as an inferior race and much of National Socialism hinged on racial stratification. Finally,Hitler believed the Jews, particularly the Zionist Jews, had sold out Germany at the end of World War I. As a former World War I German soldier, this belief caused him to develop an unnatural hatred for the entire race of Jewish people.
Hitler wanted to kill basically anyone that didn't fit his model of perfection (he wanted to create a "master race", like handicapped people and gypsies. He also killed the people who opposed his plan and helped hide jews. This act was very racist indeed and killed almost 6 million jews.
Hitler was the leader of the Nazis, so it's safe to stay that he liked most of them, especially after he killed a bunch of Nazis in 1934 (he thought they might betray him).The Nazis- including Hitler- HATED Jews. They thought Jews were no better than rats, and wanted to wipe them out. Six million Jews were murdered by Nazi Germany because of this irrational hatred.
This is easy. The answer is yes. He wanted them off the face of Earth and after he got rid of the Jews in Europe, he wanted to continue his work for world domination and kill other undesirables. Jews were the main ones that were targeted and more than half of the murders committed in the Holocaust were alone just Jews.
He did more burning than freezing.
His rationales for killing them as a multitude are no different as a group than as individuals. Those rationales are set out in the Related Questions below.
he didn't, he killed himself in 1945 before the job was completed. that is right he never killed....... well he did kill one jew, but other than that he did not kill anybody
Many concentration camps were not in Germany. Auschwitz is in Poland for example. As the Germans invaded other countries, they found other Jews that were also sent to the camps.
There is only one difference: Orthodox Jews are Jewish, while Messianic Jews are Christians. In fact, more than 70% of so called "messianic" Jews are not actually Jewish by birth.