Gypsy children also were no longer allowed to attend school (Pottanat 2). This was just the beginning of the terrible treatment of the Gypsies. In 1933, the Nazis introduced a law that legalized eugenic sterilization in order to create a pure “Aryan” race. The Nazis considered the lives of Gypsies unworthy so they made them be
But Germans blamed it for signing the Versailles treaty and for hunger and unemployment. Hitler set up a fascist style party called the Nazi party. Hitler wanted to tear up the Versailles treaty and unite all Germans so they could form a great German empire. He blamed the Jews and the communists for Germany’s troubles and wanted to destroy them. When the Great Depression 1929 forced many factories to close, desperate Germans voted for the Nazi party.
The Holocaust genocide was the mass extermination of the Jewish population in Germany and other countries with German influences. The Darfur genocide that started in 2003 and ended when a peace agreement was signed in 2011 was when groups in Darfur accused the Sudanese government of oppressing non-Arab Sudanese people. These two cases are somewhat similar and different at the same time. The Holocaust was the mass murder of over six million Jewish people in German territories. The Holocaust started with Kristallnacht, which is “the Night of Broken Glass.” This occurred on November 7th, 1938.
They were taken into work or concentration camps. This hatred towards the Jews was a result of real belief in a new, assertive Aryan race. In the similar way, Stalin attacked the Muslim Faith. He controlled it all the time, closed the schools and mosques. The Christian and Nazi approaches shared some common outlooks.
He started an organised persecution of Jews in Germany which would eventually spread across Europe.  The prejudice towards Jews gradually developed and laws were formed: propaganda against the Jews was released, Nuremberg laws were introduced, Kristallnacht was released, wearing the yellow David star for recognition, being forced to live in ghettos, then labour camps, bodies used for medical experiments, and eventually, the harshest and cruelest death camps. At the end of WWII, over 6 million Jews were killed.  I disagree the most with Rubenstein’s response because he said after the Holocaust God of Jews doesn’t exist. He says the whole experience of Holocaust has totally crushed the traditional Judaic concept on God, especially as God of the covenant with Abraham.
The economic life of the country was closely organised. Religion was brought under state control because Hitler feared that churches could become source of opposition.Germany was a police state and the worst aspect of the Nazi system was Hitler's anti-Jewish policy. Hitler blamed them for all the bad in Germany, including humiliation at Versailles, depression, unemployment and communism. he deprived jews of German citizenship and banned them to marry non-Jews. Hitler started attacks on synagogues and other Jewish properties throughout the whole country.
He also banned the Social Democrat Party in June 1933, and then all other parties soon followed. There were also many other factors that made it so Hitler could establish a dictatorship. The Reichstag Fire gave him an opportunity to pass the Law for ‘The Protection of the People and the State’, which ended all the freedoms that were guaranteed by the Weimar Republic. This law gave the police total control. The police and the SA arrested all the communist leaders, their meetings were broken up and newspapers closed down.
They were evacuated on naval vessels, civilian boats and little ships. There were over a thousand civilian casualties and an estimated five hundred and fifty four were killed and a further seven hundred and ninety one lost their lives in the course of their duties before coming to an end. When Hitler came to power he was determined to make Germany a great power again and to dominate Europe. He had set out his ideas in a book called Mein Kampf (My Struggle) that he had written in prison in 1924. His main aims were to: destroy the Treaty of Versailles imposed on Germany after her defeat in World War One.
It is clear that Terror and intimidation were important factors in allowing the Nazis to consolidate power 1933, for the reason that violence still had an impact on political developments, for example, even negotiations between Hitler, von Papen and Hindenburg took place against the conditions of well publicised acts of SA (Storm troopers) violence. In May 1933 ¬, ¬SA members stormed trade union headquarters and disbanded it. This violence cuased many leaders of the SPD to flee abroad and in June its party was officially banned. The majority of the 3000 members of the party that remained were arrested and taken to the Dachau concentration camp where they were later tortured and killed. This ulitmately potrays the brutality of the Nazis, which effectively contributed to their consolidation of power.
The people of Germany needed to blame it on somebody, especially Hitler. The Germans blamed it on the Jewish people. Hitler joined a group called the anti-Marxist which was a group that was against democracy and the Treaty of Versailles. Hitler was known as the best speaker for the political group and was appointed Chancellor on January 30, 1933. Once the Nazis were in power and with Hitler as the commander, it was a downfall from there.