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Answered 2011-09-13 17:02:25

if your talking about ww2 then ask Hitler. the Jews have always been scapegoats for the worlds problems. he obviously had some beef with the Jews that only he could understand. Me being only 13 and having to deal with people treating to kill you is sorta sad.

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And Hitler built on some 1500 years of hatred and anti-semitism propagated by the Christian church.

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