Why Did the Holocaust Happen?


The holocaust was accomplished by use of extermination camps where the gas and oven chambers were used for mass murders. The millions of Jews and Gypsies were killed by the Nazis because they were disliked by Hitler who considered them subhuman. Hitler disliked them on the basis that they were the reason why Germany was defeated in World War 1.
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The Holocaust happened because the Nazis believed that Germans were racially superior and that the Jews, deemed inferior, were an alien threat to the so-called German racial community.
The Holocaust, or Shoah, is the term used to describe the genocide of approximately six million European Jews during World War II, a program of systematic state-sponsored extermination by Nazi Germany.
The holocaust involved the shipping of Jews by train or bus to concentration camps. Some of which were death camps, where Jews were gassed, burnt or killed in cruel ways that the Nazis invented. Their remains were used to make various items like soap, lampshade and gold teeth.
The Holocaust took place in various German concentration camps, the most infamous ones being Auschwitz-Birkenau, Sobibor, Chelmno and Treblinka in German-occupied Poland. Over six million Jews were killed during the holocaust, the number keeps changing as more mass graves are discovered.
The practical reasons for the Holocaust are: Germany’s Loss in World War I. Hitler considered the Jews, who gave minimal support during the First World War, to be something of an ‘internal enemy’ and had to be eradicated, fast and with any means possible. Another reason is the Treaty of Versailles, which was one of the single biggest humiliations that Germany faced due to their loss in the First World War and they had to show they were still in control.
The Holocaust was the systematic, bureaucratic, state-sponsored persecution and murder of approximately six million Jews by the Nazi regime and its collaborators. Hitler wanted all the non-Germans to be taken to concentration camps and killed.
The Holocaust happened because of the Nazi party, ruled by Hitler, who believed that their Aryan race was superior to others. They killed millions of Jews and sent many non-German people to concentration camps. This was called ethnic cleansing.
Holocaust was a genocide that killed about six million European Jews in the World War II. It is also known as the Shoah and was a programme of systematic killing sponsored by Nazi Germany.
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