Chapter One: Hitler's Nazis

Witherbee, Amy
January 2009
Holocaust;2009, p1
Book Chapter
Presents an overview of the Jewish Holocaust during World War II. Background on World War I and on the events that brought about World War II; Details on Adolf Hitler, leader of the German Nazi party and on his book, "Mein Kampf"; How the ideals of Hitler's party supported a theory for an Aryan race; Effects that the United States stock market crash had on Germany's economy; How Hitler became Chancellor of Germany; Creation of concentration camps.


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