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anti-Semitism and racism. In January of 1933 he became the chancellor of Germany and by the time summer arrived Nazis was the only political party was that legal. Hitler also used the Treatyof Versailles to convince the population to follow his ideas because they felt that they had not been treated fairly. He was also able to convince many Germans that some of the country’s problems were due to the Jewish population. With a growing Nazi party and the following of Germans, Hitler was able to use the Nazi troops to destroy homes, synagogues and businesses of the Jewish population. He enacted laws to forbid the Jewish population of their citizenship and marriage of Jewish individuals to German individuals. Adolph Hitler and the Nazi’s also resorted to imprisonment, sterilization and murder of the Jewish population. ResourcesGoff, R., Moss, W., Terry, J., Upshur, J., & Schroeder, M. (2012). The Twentieth Century andBeyond: A Global History(Laureate Education, Inc., Custom Ed.). New York: McGraw-HillSmale, A. (2014, August 3). Militarism and Humiliation Cast a Century-Long Shadow Over
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