Hitler deliberately expressed his hate toward Jews and gave ample warnings, as it was all written down in his autobiography “Mein Kampf”. In 1935, the introduction of the Nuremberg Laws stripped German Jews of their citizenship and civil rights. Jewish rights were steadily restricted, as in many cases Jewish political and intellectual leaders were the first to be sent to concentration camps. The Night of Broken Glass, on November 9, 1938 lead to the death of approximately 100 Jews, while other 30,000 were sent to concentration camps. Jewish businesses along with almost every synagogue in Germany were damaged or completely destroyed.
Kristallnacht Kristallnacht was a series of coordinated attacks against Jews throughout Nazi Germany and parts of Austria on 9–10 November 1938, carried out by SA paramilitary and civilians. German authorities looked on without intervening.  The attacks left the streets covered with broken glass from the windows of Jewish-owned stores, buildings, and synagogues. 30,000 Jews were arrested and incarcerated in concentration camps. Jewish homes, hospitals, and schools were ransacked, as the attackers demolished buildings with sledgehammers.
The Holocaust During WWII, the single, most aggressive act towards a race of people occurred, the Holocaust. The Holocaust refers to the period from January 30, 1933 - when Adolf Hitler became chancellor of Germany - to May 8, 1945, when the war in Europe officially ended. During this time, Jews in Europe were subjected to progressively harsher persecution that ultimately led to the murder of 6,000,000 Jews and the destruction of 5,000 Jewish communities. The Jews who died were not casualties of the fighting that ravaged Europe during World War II. Rather, they were the victims of Germany's deliberate and systematic attempt to annihilate the entire Jewish population of Europe, a plan Hitler called the “Final Solution”.
This is an outrage to all of people in the world. Hitler causes total annihilation to the jewish race because of racism and hatred. Death camps come along. And jews in camps die from starvation and gas chambers. "Holocaust: Estimated Deaths of Jews and Gypsies."
“Genocide is the systematic and purposeful destruction of a racial or cultural group. During WWII about 6 million Jews were killed the other 5million were homosexuals, gypsies, and etc. The elements that lead to the Holocaust were totalitarism combined with nationalism, the history of anti- Semitism, Hitler’s belief in the master race, and the Final Solution. Totalitarism centralized control by an autocratic authority and political
The Holocaust “By warding off the Jews, I am fighting for the Lords work” (Harran 50). This quote is the exact words of the worlds most accomplished mass murderer in history, Adolf Hitler. His goal was to exterminate the complete Jewish race, to make room for the “Aryan” race. “Jews have been discriminated against, hated, and killed because prejudiced non-Jews believed they belonged to the wrong religion, lacked citizenship qualifications, practiced business improperly, behaved inappropriately, or possessed inferior racial characteristics” (Harran 41). Due to the hatred that was formed against the Jewish people, over the years of 1933 to 1945, about six million innocent people lost their lives.
The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising Preceding World War II, the Nazi party in Germany rose to power and, under Adolf Hitler, committed the largest genocide the world has ever seen: the Holocaust. The ideology of the Nazi party led to the discrimination and extremely harsh persecution of the Jewish people, as well as many others who did not seem fit for the perfect German race. Jews, as well as the handicapped, homosexual, disabled, and so on, were sent to concentration camps where they were forced to perform manual labor and then killed. However, before the Nazis sent the Jews to concentration camps, they set up ghettos throughout German-controlled territory in Europe. The largest of these ghettos was the Warsaw Ghetto, located in Poland.
Kristallnacht Kristallnacht, also referred to as the Night of Broken Glass, was a pogrom or series of coordinated attacks against Jews throughout Nazi Germany and parts of Austria on 9–10 November 1938, carried out by SA storm troopers and civilians. German authorities looked on without intervening. The attacks left the streets covered with broken glass from the windows of Jewish-owned stores, buildings, and synagogues. At least 91 Jews were killed in the attacks, and a further 30,000 arrested and incarcerated in concentration camps. Jewish homes, hospitals, and schools were ransacked, as the attackers demolished buildings with sledgehammers.
The night had “all the features of a classical tragedy, even a poetic name, ‘Crystal Night’,” due to the tons of shattered glass which covered the German cities after it had occurred (Feinermann and Thalmann 7). The German people were outraged by an act committed by one individual, so they took it upon themselves to completely destroy the Jews and their culture in German cities. Everything the German Jews had were to be completely demolished. On that fateful night, “synagogues were burned, and the windows of Jewish stores were broken” in an attempt to sate the absolute rage of the German people (The Holocaust). The belongings of the Jews were not the only casualties of Kristallnacht.
Kristallnacht Literally means, "Night of Crystal," is often referred to as the "Night of Broken Glass." The name refers to the wave of violent anti-Jewish pogroms which took place on November 9 and 10, 1938, throughout Germany, annexed Austria, and in areas of the Sudetenland in Czechoslovakia recently occupied by German troops. Instigated primarily by Nazi Party officials and members of the SA (Sturmabteilungen: but commonly known as Storm Troopers) and Hitler Youth,Kristallnacht owes its name to the shards of shattered glass that lined German streets in the wake of the pogrom-broken glass from the windows of synagogues, homes, and Jewish-owned businesses plundered and destroyed during the violence. In its aftermath, German officials announced that Kristallnacht had erupted as a spontaneous outburst of public sentiment in response to the assassination of Ernst vom Rath, a German embassy official stationed in Paris. Herschel Grynszpan, a 17-year-old Polish Jew, had shot the diplomat on November 7, 1938.