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Introduction
For more than a decade, the Germans were under the regime of Nazi party. The party had
a notion that some bad people were in the German society, and they ought to be done away with
for the society to register prosperity. For several occasion these group of people that needed to be
eliminated varied from Russians, gypsies, Poles and at some point the Jews. Soon the Nazi
regime would go ahead and condemned the Jewish people to death, and there were limited
chances to run away or doge.
The Jewish were left helpless, as they had nothing that they could do to reserve their
death warrant not even the change of their conduct. Moreover, even change in their customs
would make no change on their death warrant (Eaglestone, 2008). The Nazi regime gladly used
its military to eliminate the Jews. The Nazi went as far as conducting door-to-door operation
aimed at fishing out the Jew thereby creating no escape chances for the Jews. The communities
that Jews people settle amidst turned against them and assisted the Nazis to detain and exile the
Jews to the concentration camps.
Before the Holocaust
Pre-Holocaust European Jewry
On many occasions, the Germans and the Jews in the West Europe never considered
themselves different in terms of nationality as a minority group in Germany. They only saw
themselves different from the rest of the group in terms of their religious practices. The Jews
always had the urgue of being equal and have access to the same rights just like the rest of the
communities (Eaglestone, 2008). The Jews also felt that they played a significant role in the
formation of the German nation in terms of population (Eaglestone, 2008). At the same time, a

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Running head: HOLOCAUST 1 Holocaust Name Institution Date HOLOCAUST 2 Introduction For more than a decade, the Germans were under the regime of Nazi party. The party had a notion that some bad people were in the German society, and they ought to be done away with for the society to register prosperity. For several occasion these group of people that needed to be eliminated varied from Russians, gypsies, Poles and at some point the Jews. Soon the Nazi regime would go ahead and condemned the Jewish people to death, and there were limited chances to run away or doge. The Jewish were left helpless, as they had nothing that they could do to reserve their death warrant not even the change of their conduct. Moreover, even change in their customs would make no change on their death warrant (Eaglestone, 2008). The Nazi regime gladly used its military to eliminate the Jews. The Nazi went as far as conducting door-to-door operation aimed at fishing out the Jew thereby creating no escape chances for the Jews. The communities that Jews people settle amidst turned against them and assisted the Nazis to detain and exile the Jews to the concentration camps. Before the Holocaust Pre-Holocaust European Jewry On many occasions, the Germans and the Jews in the West Europe never considered themselves different in terms of nationality as a minority group in Germany. They only saw themselves different from the rest of the group in terms of their religious practices. The Jews always had t ...
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