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The Holocaust was the almost complete destruction of Jews in Europe by Nazi Germany and its collaborates during WWII The leadership of Germanys Nazi party ordered the extermination of million of Jews The Holocaust also lead to the establishment of international laws against human rights violations During Nazi rule Jewish rights were violated religiously and economically Adolph Hitler was born in Austria in 1889 When Hitler lived in Vienna he knew that Austrian Germans were a minority but they felt superior to Jews and other ethnic groups Hitler soon developed the financial anti-Semitism that would later play a major role in his rise to power After Hitler was released from prison after a failed attempt to seize power in Munich he found enthusiastic followers among veterans and lower-middle-class people who felt frustrated about the future The Great Depression played into Hitlers hands As unemployment rose Nazi membership grew to almost a million Hitlers program appealed to workers and business people alike He promoted to end reparations create jobs and re-arm Germany He soon started to believe more in prejudice and anti-Semitism This was only the beginning of Hitlers rein of terror One way that Jewish human rights were violated was in religion Adolph Hitler deprived Christianity as week and flabby He sought to replace religion with his racial creed In attempt to control the churches the Nazi combined all protestant sects into a single Nazis closed all catholic schools and got rid of the clergy in an attempt to erase Christianity A second way in which Jewish rights were violated was economically Hitler set out to drive Jews from Germany In 1935 the Nuremberg laws placed severe restrictions on Jews Jews were prohibited from marrying non-Jews attending of teaching at German schools or universities holding government jobs practicing law of medicine or publishing books Nazis beat and robbed Jews and convinced mobs to do the same Many Jews were forced from their homes separated from
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