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What conditions that made it possible for the Holocaust to happen?


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2011-09-13 22:49:51
2011-09-13 22:49:51

Back in those days the world was experiencing an economic hardship or depression. Germany,looking for a "change" in politics voted in to power a young charismatic leader who promised things would get better.Under the socialist party,they began to genocide anyone who was not a so called pure blood,,they primarily concentrated on the Jewish people.

The immediate cause of the Holocaust was the rise of the National Socialist (also known as Nazi) Party in Germany, but it had deep historical roots. Jews had been persecuted in Europe for over a thousand years prior to the Holocaust. The Christians of Europe were never happy with the refusal of Jews to convert to Christianity, and Christians tended to regard Jews as unwelcome interlopers in European countries.

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