Nazi  Party  in  Germany

The  Holocaust     Trouble  began  shortly  after  the  rise  of  the  Nazi  Party  in  Germany.  After  Hitler  won  the  free   elections  of  1933,  his  ability  to  invade  and  succeed  in  military  actions  from  1939  to  1942  in   Denmark,  Eastern  Europe,  France,  Holland,  and  Russia  worked  in  conjunction  with  his   persecution  of  the  Jews  of  that  day.  Hitler  was  able  to  convince  a  large  portion  of  the  German   citizenry,  and  often  people  from  various  other  countries,  of  his  idea  that  the  Jewish  culture  was   in  need  of  extermination.

Nazi  Germany  systematically  sanctioned  the  genocide  of  more  than6  million  European  Jews   through  a  variety  of  cruel  and  tortuous  methods.  It  should  be  noted  that  these  estimated  6   million  Jews  represented  approximately  two  thirds  of  the  estimated  9  million  Jews  who  resided   in  Europe  prior  to  their  extermination  during  World  War       In  addition  to  the  6  million  Jewish  people  exterminated  by  the  Nazis  during  the  war,  an   estimated  5  to  11  million  ethnic  Poles,  Romani,  Soviet  civilians,  Soviet  prisoners  of  war,  people   with  disabilities,  homosexuals,  Jehovah’s  Witnesses,  and  other  political  and  religious  opponents   were  held  in  concentration  camps  and  executed.

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