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Hitler hated Jews. He developed this feeling in his childhood or during his twenties. He felt that Jews are an inferior race as compared to other German people. He did not consider them as people of Germany. The happenings around him or a Jewish friend or a mayor of the city he lived had possibly affected him to create such an impression.

  He expressed that Germany lost in the World War 1 because of Jews. He also said that the Jews are the cause of the economic problems of Germany. So he wanted to eliminate Jews and the race. He ordered mass killing of them. He wanted to remove the inferior race from the country and make it pure Aryan race.

  He might have used this idea to pull people to his line of thinking, to keep the superiority of his party over opponents and to unite people to fight against other countries.

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