HistoryNazis sought to physically eliminate all those who were seen as ____.

Nazis sought to physically eliminate all those who were seen as ____.


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    Nazis sought to physically eliminate all those who were seen as undesirable. When the Nazis gained control of Germany, they began establishing a "Pure German" community by eradicating all other groups, such as Jews, Gypsies, Poles, and even Germans with mental and physical disabilities who were viewed as impure and unnatural. They go by the name "Undesirable" as well. They desired to establish a "clean and healthy Nordic Aryan" community. They held the opinion that these "undesirable" individuals had no place in German society. Jews endured the worst treatment at the hands of the Nazis and Hitler. The historic Christian animosity toward Jews because they were viewed as the killers of Jesus served as the primary motivation for this hostility. These individuals were all killed by force.
     
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