The Protocols of the Elders of Zion

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Don Grossman Dr. Jones History 230- Holocaust February 2, 2008 The Protocols of the Elders of Zion Made in Russia, The Protocols of the Elders of Zion was a forgery that,  throughout the text, blamed the Jews from the country’s ills. It was first privately printed  in 1897 and was made public in 1905.  During the 1920s and 1930s, multiple versions  were in circulation worldwide, with millions being printed.  This made the Protocols the  most widely distributed piece of Anti-Semitic literature in the world.  The Protocols were  so popular that they were written French, and then translated into Russian, Hungarian,  Lithuanian, Polish, Bulgarian, Italian, Greek, Japanese, and Chinese.  With its many  different languages, the proof is evident that this is an extremely strong piece of  European Anti-Semitic literature. The Protocols of the Elders of Zion is a true European work of governmental  propaganda.  This could be considered a fabrication of the myth of a Jewish world  conspiracy.  Throughout this document, the claim that is made multiple times is that the  Jewish people are looking to become the dominant people of the world.  But this  document, as stated above, is a true piece of governmental propaganda.  Parts of these  Protocols were contributed by Russian Policemen and Religious mystics, by a French 
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