Roots of Nazi Ideology
The Nazi Party rose to power due to the social and political climate of the interwar period in Germany. Nazi anti-Jewish policy constituted legal measures to expel the Jews from society and strip them of their rights and property, while engaging in incitement, abuse, terror and violence.
Additional educational materials
Dividing Hearts: The Removal of Jewish Children from Gentile Families in Poland in the Immediate Post-Holocaust Years - Emunah Nachmany-Gafny