Why Anti-Semitism Succeeded in Nazi Germany

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History

 

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Raul M

 

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April 16, 2014

 

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University

 

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Hitler was not alone in feeling the humiliation of this terrible blow to the once great nation of Germany, and he too suffered the distress of the devastated economy, industry, and German spirit. His most famous book, Mein Kampf ("My Struggle"), was by no means a masterpiece, but nonetheless an extremely influential work...
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It highlighted many of the prevailing attitudes of the time towards the perceived oppressors of the German people, both at home and abroad, and proposed enticing solutions to solve these problems and restore Germany to its status as a great and influential country within the global political sphere. That the book was written in prison did not stop Hitler's growing popularity...
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