Analyze Hitler's rise to power, persecution of people who are jewish

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Analyze Adolph Hitler's rise to power and the policies he used to rule Germany. The following statement was taken from a contemporary account of Germany in 1939:

"Though the Fuhrer's anti-Semitic program furnished the National Socialist party in the first instances with a nucleus and a rallying-cry, it was swept into office by two things with which the 'Jewish Problem' did not have the slightest connection. On the one side was economic distress and the revulsion against Versailles: on the other, chicanery and intrigue...Hitler and his party promised the unhappy Germans a new heaven and a new earth, coupled with the persecution of the Jews. Unfortunately, a new heaven and earth cannot be manufactured to order. But a persecution of the Jews can..."

How do you interpret this contemporary account of the persecution of people who are Jewish? Elaborate.

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Kishnewt2017
School: UIUC

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Hitler’s Rise to Power and Persecution of the Jewish People
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Hitler’s Rise to Power and Persecution of the Jewish People

This year marks 130 years after the birth of unremarkable artist, Adolf Hitler, who would
later rise to become a powerful and notorious dictator of the 20th Century. Hitler was the leader
of the Germany Nazi Party known for his spread of anti-Semitic political ideologies, popular
discontent and political infighting that favored his raise to power from a humble start. Two
remarkable events under his dictatorship are the outbreak of WWII and the anti-Semitic
ideologies that resulted into the slaughter of six million Jews in what is popularly known as the
Holocaust (Voigtländer & Voth, 2015). This discussion analyzes Hitler’s rise as a Germany
dictator and the persecution of the Jewish people.
Hitler’s rise to power began after the WWI when successfully participating in the
Western front and received an award for his bravery. German lost the war but he promised to
stage a revenge especially that he hated the Treaty of Versailles and the govern...

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