Hitler’s obsessive hate for Jews still remains a popular debatable topic among the historians. Evil like the one Hitler stood for is inexplicable. His anti-Semitism, ill opinion about Jews and many other reasons clearly suggest that he was insane and an abnormal man (if you’d like to call him that). Hitler’s hatred for Jews brought about the holocaust post WW I. Millions were slaughtered whom he considered infected people; whom he held responsible for every evil there ever was. It’s not easy to confirm the reasons behind his compulsive hate. You would require reading a pile of books before you realize that there was not even a single good reason. But, there were reasons in Hitler’s mind. Here are the 10 reasons that historians believe why Hitler hated Jews:
A Poor Family in Berlin during the 1920s.
An antisemitic cartoon suggesting that the German army was stabbed in the back
A page from an antisemitic children’s book entitled ‘The Poisonous Mushroom’, published by Julius Streicher, the publisher of Der Stürmer (The Attacker).
Hitler as a child
The Protocols of The Elders of Zion
The Nazis used propaganda to build an image of Hitler as a great leader. Hitler was shown as a man with a great vision. He used his own skills of oratory to appeal to the patriotism of the German people