Holocaust The Destruction Process

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During the period from the early 1930's to the mid 40's, the Jews in Germany, Poland, and throughout Europe faced intense discrimination from the Nazis. Starting with boycotts and pogroms, the Nazis proceeded to institute legislation against the Jews with the Nuremberg Laws. Institution of ghettos began in the late 1930's. A climate of hostility against Jews had been methodically and relentlessly established. The Holocaust was a systematic destruction process, which, in a very rational, …

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…salesmen, and civil servants. The Holocaust needed bureaucracy, it needed professional administrators, it needed logistic experts, it needed planning, and it needed specialists. Holocaust is a mass murder in the 20th century. Nothing good came out of the Holocaust. Nothing simple came out of the Holocaust. The Holocaust was the systematic, bureaucratic extermination of six million Jews by the Nazis and their collaborators, and practically all segments of German society participated in the destruction process.