Adolf Hitler and the Nazis vs. The Jewish Community
The Nuremberg Laws
Töte alle Juden
The Nuremberg laws were a set of rules in Germany that discriminated against the Jewish people in 1935.
The Nazis in Germany used propaganda to state their point of views and to convince German citizens to become Nazis or associated with Hitler
Concentration Camps were used in Hitler's Plan,"The Final Solution". The Jews were put to work in military camps which felt more like prison. The elderly, young, and unable to work were killed almost immediately.
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