no the nazi not happey whif the jews so the nazi kill more the hafe of the jews populashun p.s i now cuss i am a nazi
to kill all Jews to kill all Jews
The Holocaust - that is, the Nazi attempt to kill all Jews in Europe - took place in 1941-1945, in World War 2.
No, the Japanese were very puzzled by Nazi attitudes to the Jews.
The 'Final Solution' was the plan to kill all of the Jews under the Nazi yoke.
To kill over 70,000 Jews
The purpose of the Nazi genocide of the Jews was to kill all Jews.
The Nazis wanted to kill all the Jews, naturally the Jews were not eager to help them in any way.
No. The Japanese found Nazi antisemitism bewildering.
the nazi killed Jews gypsies homosexuals and all others that were not apart of the master race
They were used as a solution to the Jewish problem. Initailly they were used to murder the Jews trapped in the Ghettos, then to kill all Jews under the Nazi yoke.
It led to the Nazi undertaking to kill all the European Jews.
no. it was a Nazi camp used to hold, and kill Jews during ww2.
No. As hard as he tried, he failed in that attempt.
kill the jews!!! --- The #1 rule in Nazi Germany was: Follow the leader.
No; and many Nazis were tried for war crimes after WW2.
Possibly by using improvised, home-made weapons, but very few Nazi soldiers were killed by Jews. Raul Hilberg estimates a total of at most 300 Nazis killed by Jews.
Hitler killed many Jews and people of other races in the Nazi search for the 'perfect' Aryan race. Answer 2 Hitler organized, empowered, and funded an organization with the mission to seek out and kill Jews, because they were Jews.
There (Hitler's) only desire was to kill all of them. They viewed them as impurities.
none the nazi wanted to kill the Jews
Hitler and the Nazi party killed the Jews because they were threatened by them. They believed that the Jews were going to take over the world and crush the German Empire.
Many historians estimate that between 5.6 and 5.9 million Jews were killed during the Holocaust by Nazi Germany.
The exact date is unknown, but the Nazi regime's implementation of the 'Final Solution' began in 1941. Note the Jews and 'undesirables' were not treated the same: the only groups targeted for complete extermination were the Jews and 'gypsies'.
The exact number is not known, and never will be. It is estimated that at least 6 million Jews in Europe were murdered by Nazi Germany.
The Nazi party was non-religious, so yes the Nazis did murder on Sundays.
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