Although the Jewish were the predominate race that Hitler prosecuted, they were not the only ones. Hitler believed that the Germans were the best of all races, and he wanted to eradicate all other inferior races. Hope this helped.
He actually didn't. He got rejected from an art college and he was very desperate for attention or aception, so he saw a advertisement. It had a meeting for a political party against Jews. He benefited from this and eventually got so powerful he took over the government.
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Why shouldn't Hitler have hated the Jews? They've been hated and persecuted for centuries by your ancestors and mine. The only difference was that Hitler murdered so many of them.
Personally I was disappointed at Shakespeare's solution in The Merchant of Venice. He found a clever way to solve the problem but I'd have given Shylock his pound of flesh.
I don't understand anti-Semitism, and I don't think anybody else does, either. Why do we need to hate somebody who is different? One of my prime reasons for rejecting religion is because of the hatred it engenders.
One Rabbi was noted for saying that he didn't trust Christian love, having experienced 2000 years of it. There's one rabid fundamentalist on Ask who follows me around giving red thumbs, and boasting about it, because she doesn't like my religious point of view. Somebody with that attitude in Nazi Germany would have gleefully joined the raving mob on kristallnacht and joined in the slaughter. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kristallnacht
Hitler certainly hated the Jews, as many gentiles do, but it was also politically expedient for him to use them as a target for directing the mob hatred that culminated in WW2.
its not a matter of hatred( tho why does a mad man do anything) the Jew was used as a common enemy to rally a nation it could have been any group possibly. the shame is how many still believe hitlers propaganda