How far back in history should we start looking for events, people, ideas that created the foundations for Nazi
Germany and the Holocaust? If we are too shortsighted, we lose valuable perspective but if we take too long of a view, we fall into the trap of flattening history and viewing it all as a preamble to the Holocaust. Please helpt yo argument about from what moment in time historians should start to identify the forces that resulted in the Holocaust. And your answer with two specific events, people, or ideas you believe justify the choice.
In the early years of the Nazi regime, the National Socialist government determined certain concentration camps to stop real... View the full answer