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             Many people remember the year 1933 as the year that Hitler began his reign as dictator of Germany. Hitler was given great power over Germany, and this power would bring great tragedy to the Jewish nation. With his uncontrollable power and great respect from the German people Hitler could literally do whatever he desired. His power was so great that whatever he said was considered to be true. When in all reality it wasn't. He would use this power to control millions of German civilians and Nazi soldiers to take part in his plan to remove the Jewish population, creating what he liked to call the "perfect race." He told the Germans lies about the Jews to feel the things that he was doing was justifiable. He let the power which was given to him go to his head, convincing himself that he was the greatest person on the planet stating, "There are some truths which are so obvious that for this very reason they are not seen or at least not recognized by ordinary people,"(Hitler, 487), meaning that he knew everything that the rest of mankind would never know. His abuse of power would eventually lead to what was almost the extermination of the Jews.
             Hitler believed that the German race was superior to all other races, and that he himself was superior to everybody. He believed that the results of racial crossing could only bring upon defeat. He states that the only thing that can become from racial crossing is the following, "Lowering of the level of the higher race and physical and intellectual regression and hence the beginning of a slowly but surely progressing sickness. To bring about such a development is, then, nothing else but to sin against the will of the eternal creator" (Hitler, 489). He believed that everything great in this was the product of "one race," stating that "If they perish, the beauty of this earth will sink into the grave with them" (Hitler, 490). He believed that anything a German was involved in would turn out to be a success.

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