Why Did Hitler Hate the Jews?

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Hitler?s anti-Semitism was only a minor part of his popular appeal to Germans.? One reason why that was so is the important but seldom stressed fact that there was nothing at all odd or unusual about a dislike of Jews almost anywhere in the world of the 1930s.? Hitler was to a considerable degree simply voicing the conventional wisdom of his times and he was far from alone in doing so.
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Adolph Hitler wrote in his autobiography, Mein Kampf, that his hatred of Jewish people was influenced by Dr. Karl Lueger and the Christian Social Party.
Hitler hate the Jews because in 1900, a Nazi Leader who was of Jewish origin, was allowed to treat his mother but she died from the treatment thus this inner battle of the loss led to Hitler hating the Jews.
Hitler had a strong hatred of Jews because Hitler and the Nazis considered them to be enemies of the state and so were banished to camps
According to Hitler, Jews were responsible for everything he did not like, including modern art, pornography and prostitution. Hitler also alleged that the Jews had been responsible for losing the First World War. Hitler also claimed that Jews, who were only about 1% of the population, were slowly taking over the country
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