Hitler's Youth and Politics
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In this article, the writer relates that, through his use of propaganda and his formidable oratorical skills, Hitler was able to build the Nazi Party into a mass movement, based on a strong foundation of anti-Semitism. The paper further explains that Hitler's idea of ensuring the racial purity among the German people ultimately led to his "final solution," where he instituted the mass murder of millions of Jews, as well as the Sinti and Roma tribes, Slavic peoples, homosexuals and other groups of peoples that were considered racially inferior.
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