Based on the ideals of a nationalist German society, extermination of Jewish people was perceived as necessary in order to form a united Germany. A large basis of German political movements was based on anti-Semitism. The need for the extermination of Jews in these movements was based on the changing perception of Jews that was fostered by early German groups with anti-Semitic feelings. The political usage of anti-Semitism and the use of the Jews as
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the Jews was a necessary measure. This attempt at elimination was a very early and common theme to many German movements. This theme was brought about by the changing perception of Jews, political anti-Semitism, and the adaptation of anti-Semitic beliefs from group to group. Elimination of the Jews in Germany, as well as in other countries, was a goal for many and with the preceding factors accounted for it was something that was almost completed.