Architects of the Holocaust
"During the 1930s and 1940s, the Nazi government in Germany carried out one of the greatest slaughters of human beings that the world has ever known. Led by dictator Adolf Hitler, the Nazis stirred up hatred for Jews. At first they tried to force Jews out of Germany. Then they took away their civil rights. Finally, they tried to eliminate all the Jews in Europe by sending them to death camps. How could such a tragedy occur? Where did the hatred start? These are just some of the issues Architects of the Holocaust explores."
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