The Third Reich: The Role Of Antisemitism In Nazi Germany

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The period of the Third Reich (also known as the National Socialist period) began in 1933 and lasted until the fall of Nazi Germany in 1945. During this time of history, Germany had shift its focus on antisemitism, from blaming them for its social and economic failure toward a hate for their religion and ethnic background. The Christian church, still harboring antisemitic feelings towards the Jews, attempted to further propagate antisemitism through politics. After Hitler came to power, his prerogatives were to unify the church with the state. Prior to Hitler the Nazi party was indifferent about the church. Nevertheless, the German Christians sought to reform or revive the Lutheran church after 1917 since the first World War took place at the
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