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The mention of the name Adolf Hitler automatically recalls one of the most hate filled and destructive periods in the history of humanity. More people died in World War 2 than in any war ever fought, but it wasn’t merely soldiers; innocent civilians were persecuted for nothing more than their views of the government or for their religion. The specific focus here will be to deal with Hitler’s hatred of the Jews, and how it progressed in the years before the war. The other point to bring up from this time was the Nazi’s use of propaganda to rally their people and deceive the foreign community from strongly intervening in their plans.
To (attempt to) understand the actions taken by Hitler, one must first try and understand his unrelenting hatred of the Jews. There are many stories as to how this came to be, some proving more truthful and likely than others. The first claim, presented by Rudolph Binion in his book Hitler Among the Germans, is that Hitler’s hate developed with the death of his mother. His mother Klara was diagnosed with a very advanced form of breast cancer by J…