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Deanna Speranza

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In what ways did Hitler and the Nazi Party adopt and adapt various elements of “traditional” and “modern” forms of antisemitism?
German Propaganda; Conspiring Jews worked with allies to defeat Germany.
Hitler, known for his great public speaking, inspired the masses on behalf of the Nazi Party.
By Deanna Speranza
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German boycott of jewish businesses.
Patriotism to the Nazi Party. Book burning on May 10, 1993
German Propaganda; The Aryan Race rebuilding Nazi Germany
Antisemitism was underlying in Europe for decades before the Nazi's used it to gain popularity pre WWII
Hitler and the Nazi party were idolised with their promises for jobs and bread for every Aryan German.
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