HITLER’S ROLE IN THE PERSECUTION OF THE JEWS BY THE NAZI REGIME
1. General remarks about Hitler’s Antisemitic terminology
2. Hitler’s EARLY UTTERANCES ON THE “JEWISH QUESTION”
3. HITLER AND THE BEGINNING OF AN ANTI-JEWISH POLICY IN 1933
4. HITLER’S ROLE IN THE EMERGENCE OF THE NUREMBERG LAWS
5. HITLER AND THE ANTISEMITIC LEGISLATION OF 1936-1937
6. HITLER AND THE RADICALISATION OF THE PERSECUTION OF THE JEWS AFTER THE END OF 1937
7. HITLER AND THE POGROM OF 9 NOVEMBER
8. HITLER ORDERS THE MEASURES FOLLOWING THE POGROM
9. INTERIM RESULTS: Hitler’s ROLE IN THE PERSECUTION OF GERMAN JEWS 1933-1939
10. HITLER AND THE MASS MURDERS IN POLAND 1939/40
12. HITLER’S SUPPORT FOR PLANS TO DEPORT FOUR MILLION JEWS TO MADAGASCAR
13. HITLER’S PARTICIPATION IN FURTHER DEPORTATIONS AND PLANS FOR DEPORTATION
14. PLANS FOR THE DEPORTATION OF JEWS UNDER GERMAN DOMINATION INTO THE (YET TO BE OCCUPIED) SOVIET UNION
15. HITLER AND THE MASS SHOOTINGS OF JEWS DURING THE WAR AGAINST RUSSIA
16. HITLER’S ORDER TO BEGIN THE DEPORTATIONS FROM GERMANY
17. RADICALISATION OF THE PERSECUTION OF THE JEWS BY HITLER AT THE TURN OF THE YEAR 1941-1942
18. HITLER AND THE BEGINNING OF THE SYSTEMATIC MURDER OF EUROPEAN JEWRY IN SPRING, 1942
19. EVIDENCE FOR HITLER’S LEADING ROLE IN THE POLICY OF EXTERMINATION AFTER 1942
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- Hitler, Adolf, 1889-1945.
- Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)–Europe.
- National socialism.
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