His act of evil resulting in the deaths of over twelve million Jewish people, which was more than half the Jewish population at the time is unforgettable and horrifying till today. I intend to prove that God did not prevent this evil from happening because of the following theodical arguments of Evil as a Privation of Good, The Free-Will Defense, and Evil as Therapy. Hitler's Holocaust began when he gained power of Germany in 1933. Ever since, he carried out his mission to murder the entire Jewish race. What started with segregating Jewish people into ghetto neighborhoods to isolate them for the rest was actually his master plan for the planned murder of any and all Jews in Nazi Europe.
Every arm of Nazi Germany's bureaucracy was involved in the logistics that led to the genocides, turning the Third Reich into what one Holocaust scholar has called "a genocidal state".  Opinions differ on how much the civilian population of Germany knew about the government conspiracy against the Jewish population. Most historians claim that the civilian population was not aware of the atrocities that were carried out, especially in the extermination camps, which were located outside of Germany in Nazi-occupied Europe. The historian Robert Gellately, however, claims that the government openly announced the conspiracy through the media, and that civilians were aware of every aspect of the conspiracy except for the use of gas chambers. 
He also blamed Germany’s difficulties on the Jews but did not tell the people his true intention was to exterminate them. Thus he created an atmosphere of hatred in Germany that later would be proven by his draconian measures towards the Jews. The first real brutal attack against the Jews came in June 1934, when Hitler had about 1,000 people murdered in the Night of the Long Knives. He then introduced the Nuremburg Laws which were as follows: all Jews had to wear the Star of David, they lost their professional careers and property, Jews could not mingle with the German population, and ultimately the Jews lost their citizenship. These laws passed without any resistance and should have been a sign to the world of things to
“The killing of some six million Jews by the Nazis during WWII. To the Nazis, the holocaust was the ‘Final Solution’ to the ‘Jewish Problem,’ and would help them establish a pure German master race. Much of the killing took place in concentration camps, such as Auschwitz and Dachau. The ‘holocaust’, a term applied by the Nazis to the genocide of European Jews during WWII. Before instituting the Final Solution, the Nazi government had abolished Jews’ rights destroyed and confiscated their property, and confined them in concentration camps.” (The New Dictionary of Cultural Literacy).
The Holocaust The Holocaust, in simple text, was a terrible event that resulted in the genocide of a proud population, the Jewish community. The Holocaust will forever scare the history of the men. Before Yiddish 399, I did not know a lot about the Holocaust. All I knew was the Jewish community was slightly oppressed in the beginning of the 1930’s to be suffer horrific tormenting well into the 1940’s. Through Yiddish 399, I am now able to discuss personal trials and tribulations of the holocaust, along with being able to discuss of how the Jewish community was oppressed due to the information I learned through the discussions in class, the novels, along with the films and documentaries.
He believed that Jewish people were inferior to other human begins. Hitler beliefs and ideas caused him to create an army called the Nazi to help carry out his plan. The Nazis followed Adolf’s plan to kill Jewish people by creating concentration camps and gas chambers. The Nazis tortured and starved the Jewish people to their deaths. Out of fear and to avoid death themselves, many German civilians accepted Adolf Hitler leadership or they hid from him and his Nazi army.
Schindlerjuden An act of mass destruction, a loss of life; the Holocaust was the mass murder of the Jewish community under the regime of Nazi Germany. The Holocaust first began in 1933 under the power of Adolf Hitler, and eventually ended in 1945 when Nazi Germany was defeated by the allied powers. The term “Holocaust” originates from the Greek term “holokauston”, meaning, “sacrificed by fire”. The Nazis didn’t just focus on the full destruction of Jews, they also narrowed in on the other minorities such as the homosexuals, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Gypsies, and the disabled. An estimated 11 million died under the rule of Hitler, 6 million of those were Jews, and 1.1 million were children.
It mentioned that, the Armenian Genocide was the first genocide of the 20th century. Adolf Hitler was a dictator who began conquering most of Europe in World War II. His tactics were brutal and he had vision of a better society, a society he wanted and so he started his own genocidal policies on the Jews, Gypsies, and other social or racial undesirables. Especially the Jewish Holocaust was almost the same as the Armenian Genocide. Although, during Hitler’s region was far worse because not just the Jews but many other non-Jews were killed.
Humiliation, anger, revenge; these were the simple elements that caused the Holocaust. "The Holocaust was the systematic, bureaucratic, state-sponsored persecution and murder of...Jews by the Nazi regime and its collaborators. "Holocaust Encyclopedia "The Holocaust" A tragic event that targeted and killed approximately six million Jews (men, women, and children) from 1933-1945. Though these events couldn't have just happened on their own. The Holocaust was caused by three main factors; Germany's loss of World War I, the Great Depression, and Antisemitism.
Holocaust Why was there a Holocaust, how did it affect people and why is it important that we remember it? Task 1 The Holocaust was an extremely tragic period of time in history between the years of 1933 to 1945. At an approximately 11 million lives were lost because of cruel racial prejudice. The killings took place in Europe during World War two run by the German Nazi party led by Adolf Hitler. The majority of the victims killed were Jews because they were undesirable and not the same race as the German Nazi’s.