Q. What made hitler kill all the jews?

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What made hitler kill all the jews?






Jan, 2018

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  • daven

    Nazi Ideology was based on a very strong AntiSemitic view, considering the jews to be enemies of the state, claiming to be parasites that wanted to control finacially all the world including grossdeutschland, moreover the Nazis believed the Jews, Slavs, Gypsies, black and many other to be racially inferior due to the belief that Aryans were the highest form of Human, which the Nazis believed to pe a part of....


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