Have you ever wondered or thought about which laws were the main cause of the horrors that we now know of the Holocaust? During 1933 one very powerful man came to power known as Adolf Hitler. The Holocaust was all started by Hitler because he thought that everyone should take on the characteristics of the “pure” or “Aryan” race. This one man was one of Europe’s most powerful leaders killing up to six million Jews forty million people.
The first ghetto in Poland was named Warsaw. This was one of the largest ghettos and held four hundred thousand Jews. In 1941, German soldiers were commanded to destroy most of the ghettos because it was part of Hitler’s plan to seize the Jews population. The soldiers would shoot and burn the ghettos to the ground. The last ghetto was destroyed in 1944 and was named Lodz (Ghettos).
Eventually Roam became subject to the 1935 Nuremberg laws and were placed in concentration camps and proceeded to be sterilized. The Nazi party prosecuted many racial and social groups during Nazi Germany. The Nazi party went to extreme measures to follow their belief of social Darwinism and this resulted in the mass genocide of millions of
A cold war between the United Stated and the Soviet Union began in the result of the War. Wars would follow this one called “surrogate wars.” World War II lasted for 12 years. Hitler had built countless camps where 11 million people were murdered. 6 million of those were Jews.
Adolf Hitler and the Nazis passed laws and legislation that helped implement the Holocaust by creating special legislation that benefit the Nazis, affecting and breaking down the minorites, and eventually being able to mass murder these minorities in concentration camps. More specifically, Jews and Gypsies. Some of their methods were creating propaganda to throw dirt, guilt and shade on the Jews and Gypsies, create laws or legislation that prevented the minorities from doing much and stripped them of their natural rights, and even advancing the technologies of their methods to systematically mass murder the minorities. All three methods were used to implement the Holocaust. I will focus on the legislation created against minorities because this will clearly present how the Nazis were able to commit murder without penalty in Germany.
This law had caused all the Jewish kids to get kicked out of public schools and to stop most of their education. The last law is the Germans banning Jewish people people from marrying pure Germans. This law had caused the the German pure bloodline to continue but had caused the Jews to stop marrying any pure Germans. Second of all, what roles did the Nuremberg laws play in the Holocaust? The Nuremberg laws had caused the Jews to feel isolated from society and had affected them in various ways.
The reason he provided for the Germans loss of WW1 was because of the Jews of Germany, specifically the bankers. When he came to power he organized one of the largest mass murdering schemes in history, that being the Holocaust. In states in his book Mein Kampf, “Rational anti-Semitism, however, must lead to systematic legal opposition.… Its final objective must unswervingly be the removal of the Jews altogether.”. Hitler further emphasized his anti-Semitic feelings by passing the Nuremberg Laws.
To What Extent Does the Milgram Experiment Explain Nazi Compliance? The word “Holocaust”, was a word meaning whole (“holos”) and burned (“kaustos”). In 1945, the word stood for the mass murder of about 6 million people; mainly European Jews as well as some homosexuals and Gypsies. The mass murder was committed by the German Nazi regime during the Second World War.
The Holocaust was a persecution and eventual mass murder of Jews during the Nazi regime in the World War II. An estimate of six million Jews were killed, all because of their religion and beliefs. The Nazi thought they were the superior race, and Jews were “inferior” as well as a danger to the ‘perfect’ German community. Gradually, the German government was filled with people who believed that Jews needed to be purged. They began to pass laws that specifically targeted Jews, such as making all Jews wear a big yellow star to identify themselves, as well as forbidding Jews from riding bikes.
“No human race is superior; no religious faith is inferior. All collective judgments are wrong. Only racists make them,” said Elie Wiesel. The Holocaust took place during 1933 to 1945 primarily in Germany and Poland, but later spread to other areas of Europe. The Holocaust was deemed the persecution of millions of races, consisting mostly of Jewish families.
Most people know that Hitler killed over six millions of Jews during the Holocaust. However, why did Hitler hate Jews? Why did he tried to wipe out this entire race of people? There are several possible reasons that may lead us to the answer. (Margaret whyguides)
Major Events Between 1933 and 1939 that Affected the Holocaust Enabling Act of 1933 One of the final nails in the coffin of Jewish Germans was the Enabling Act. The Enabling Act or more formally known as the “Law to Remedy the Distress of People and Reich” (“The Enabling Act”, par. 1). was a law passed by the Nazi Party enabling Hitler to have all power of the government in his authority. With all power in Hitler's hands and absolutely no one that could stop him with contradictory political power and influence he could do almost everything as he wanted and forward his plans of genocide and hate onto the Jewish people.
Nazi party leader, Adolf Hitler saw the instability of the Weimar Republic as an opportunity and used a number of events to gain absolute power over Germany in the period 1933-1939. During this time Hitler destroyed Germany's democracy and established a legal dictatorship. Hitler used the Enabling Act, his purge of the Night of the Long Knives and President Hindenburg's death to rise to power. The Enabling Act was a key event that contributed to Hitler gaining power over Germany in the period 1933-1939. The Enabling Act, which was officially named 'Law to Remedy the Distress of People and Reich', was the result of the Reichstag building fire which took place on 27 February 1933.
March of 1933 something happened that would change the lives of millions forever. In ¨Dachau¨ the first concentration camp was opened (¨United States Holocaust Memorial Museum¨). This would be the first of thousands more to come, all with the intention of either forced labor or mass murder, often both (¨The Holocaust¨). Many events led to this crisis and they all included the persecution of the Jewish people.