There are two views on this. The first is that he utterly loathed Jews since his late teens. That's what he says in his book "Mein Kampf", but there's no reason to trust anything he says. In his book he tries to show himself as the 'saviour of Germany' and so anything that suggests that he changed his ideas looks bad unless he can explain it. The second view (see Ian Kershaw's biography) is that Hitler grew up with the ordinary anti-Jewish prejudices of his time, region and religion (Roman Catholic in Linz and Vienna). According to this view, his prejudices only developed into apparently obsessive hatred at the end of WW1 or even slightly later, when he discovered his talent for making rabble-rousing speeches. The logic of this version of the second view is that his hatred of the Jews was largely opportunistic. (It's possible of course that he fell victim to his own Propaganda).
Hitler was a radical Darwinian and took Darwin's book as his bible. He saw this as the fight for the fittest.
some tried to flee, some stayed.
Yes! This incorrectly phrased question will differ among Jews. Jews by default have strong distaste for Hitler and pointless Neonazis. But most Jews don't spend time and energy on on hating Hitler.
Hating Jews, swearing their oath to Hitler, and being German. And being Aryan
studing this subject of hitler hating jews, I can disagree on that. He treated every enemy with the same cruelty. He just happened to start somewhere and then proceed for his world domination intention. Other groups were not earmarked for extermination. See related question.
Hitler treated jews badly
He was right about loving his country but he was horribly wrong about hating the jews.
Hilter believed that the German race was a superior one - one that deserved ownership of the world. The Jews were close to home and so he began his attack on them. Eventually, the attack would have spread to other races that Hitler considered inferior.
There no record of antisemtism on Hitler's part till the end of World War 1, when he was 29.
he started many concentration camps and was famous for killing. also for hating Jews
Because Germany was having economical and social problems and it is easier to blame troubles on somebody else. By hating the Jews Hitler and the Nazi Party created a common enemy to unite Germany.
No, he is not hating jews.
Hitler began persecuting the Jews in earnest in 1935 with the passage of the Nuremberg Laws that stripped Jews of many of their civil rights.
he hated his dad and his dad was Jewish so he now wants to kill all the Jewish
What influenced him was that a Jewish doctor tried to save his mother from dying, but failed and he grew up hating Jews because of it.
Hitler capitalized on the human instinct of hating people who are different from us. He made the German people think the Jews were a lower class that needed to be exterminated.
the commissar decree
because Hitler hates the Jews
Hitler's (and his cronies) goal was to eradicate the Jews from Europe and eventually from the world.
It wasn't Hitler to blame, it was the greedy jews trying to steal Germany's money. Silly Jews.
Hitler believed that the Jews 'stole' WW2 from the Germans. Also, in 1907, Hitler's beloved mother died of breast cancer, the doctor that failed to treat her properly for her illness was a Jew. Another large factor is that Hitler dreamed of being an artist, but was not accepted for a scholarship by a Jewish artist. Therefore, causing Hitler to form a fiery hatred to all Jewish people.