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Why did the Germans and Nazi's view the Jew as such an extreme danger for German nation? Why was the idea of race so important to the Nazis?

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1. Why did the Germans and Nazi's view the Jew as such an extreme danger for German nation? Why was the idea of race so important to the Nazis?

First, the die-hard reactionaries seen the Jews as partially responsible for loosing World War I. They believed that Germany was defeated in the First World War not through any lack of military strength but because the Jews, as well as the Socialists and Catholics had 'stabbed Germany in the back' by their revolution in 1918. Thus they were condemned as November criminals, and seen as a potential threat. Many ...

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Examines why the Germans and Nazi's viewed the Jew as such an extreme danger for German nation, and why the idea of race was so important to the Nazis. References are provided.

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