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Because the Nazi had so much power because of Hiltler and the Germans were scared not to hate the Jews.

Actually ...It wasn't that easy. Most of the German Jews were well integrated into German life till the Nazis came to power. Many Germans had dealings with Jews and found there was a huge gap between what they knew and what official Propaganda claimed. The Nazi boycott of Jewish businesses in April 1933 was a fiasco, and even much later the 'Night of the Broken Glass' (November 1938) wasn't particularly popular.

Having said all this, Nazi propaganda often linked the Jews with the defeat of Germany in 1918 and with Bolshevism. This resonated much more than lurid conspiracy theories.


There was a growing resentment against Jewish refugees. Up until 1933 Poland had more antisemitic laws than Germany and the Polish Catholic clergy were encouraging antisemitism from the pulpit, as a result there were many poorer Jews arriving in Germany. With an already high unemployment it was easy for Hitler and the Nazis to say to the working/unemployed people that it was these refugees that were causing the problems.

When people went along with this they did not think that the Nazis would include those Jews who had been born or lived for a long time in Germany. (In fact Hitler himself wanted to deal with the German Jews after he had won the war).

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How Nazis encouraged the Germans to hate the Jews?

Through the media and leaflets and rallies.

How did the Nazis persuade Germans to hate Jews?

Through the media and leaflets and rallies.

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The straight answer is that it wasn't the Germans as such, it was those Germans that were Nazis. Nazi ideology is extremely anti-semitic.

Why did the Nazis treat the jews the way they did in the Holocaust?

Nazis hate Jews and they hate what there religious beliefs

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Jews primarily hate Hitler and the Nazis because Hitler and the Nazis tried to murder the entire Jewish population.

Did the germans hate the jews?

No, not all Germans hates the Jews. However, the particular group of Germans that hates the Jews were called the Nazi Germans.

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Hitler did not really convert Germans to hate the Jews. Germany was already an anti-Semetic society when Hitler came to power and therefore, it was easy for Hitler to convince Germans to go along with his plans for Jews.

Why did the Nazis especially hate the Jews?

Actually it was all in Hitlers mind. With his speech powers he spread his thoughts to all the military and Germans as well.

Do Germans and the Jews hate each other?

No, they do not.

Why did the germand hate the Jews?

All Germans did not hate the Jews; but those that did were inspired by Hitler and his doctrine to hate them.

Why do Jews hate Germans?

Who says they dislike the Germans? Some do, some don't.

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Why does the world hate the Nazis?

First of all the whole world didn't hate the Nazis most of it did some countries who the Nazis didn't bother and the countries that didn't like jews didn't hate the nazis now back to the question they didn't like the nazis because they killed jews for no reason and the took over their countries most of it so thats that

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Typically speaking, for both Philo-Semites and Anti-Semites, it does not matter what country a Jew comes from in order for him to be loved or hated. As a result, Germans who hated Jews would hate Jews whether they were German or Polish and Germans who liked Jews would like Jews whether they were German or Polish.

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Today, Germans hate the Nazis because they understand how horrible and atrocious the actions of the Nazis were and how deplorable their ideas are, just as other people do. Discussing even the preliminary parts of Nazi ideology, such as strong German nationalism remain very controversial subjects in Germany.

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To a significant extent, yes.

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The Nazis skillfully used propaganda and repetition to instill in the German people the idea that Jews were completely ruining everything about Germany.

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