It was the politics of hate and bigotry that created an environment where the Holocaust could exist.
The key factor was ideological fanaticism, which had nothing to do with rational political calculation.
It is not. It is related to how the Nazis treated people with disabilities. The way that the Nazis murdered disbled people was used in many of the camps in the Holocaust.
World War II isn't related to the Holocaust because the Holocaust was one of the events in World War II.
The Holocaust was genocide. See the related question.
Art is not related to politics in my opinion unless the artist ment for it to.
This is politics, not science or engineering
power is the son of politics
the same as ever, they did not change dress for Holocaust related duties.
Democracy is a form of politics.
The Holocaust wasn't a war. Please see the related questions.
The Holocaust is not some Jewish festival. Please see the related question.
The Holocaust is not related to the Treaty of Versailles.
Please see the related question.
Have a look at the related question.
Yes the two are related since Adolf Hitler was the architect of the Holocaust.
The Holocaust was not a conflict. It was nass murder. Please see the related question.
See the related links below.There are some amazing pictures of the Holocaust in the book called A Pictorial History of the Holocaust
There was no "war for the holocaust" - and the Holocaust took place mainly in Poland and the former Soviet Union.---Please see the related questions.
i am related and i am proud
after the Holocaust it was realised that crimes of this nature had no actual laws defining them.
You are confusing the Holocaust with World War 2. See related question.
Politics can be defined as the actions and ideas in the political sphere. Politics are things related to the governance of a people.
The Holocaust was not the fault of the US! It is sometimes said that the US and their Allies did not do much (or anything) to stop the Holocaust. See the related question.
The ABC's of the Holocaust are words related to the Holocaust in the order of the alphabet. For example, the first ones are Anne Frank, Buchenwald, and concentration camps.
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