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Anonymous asked in Arts & HumanitiesHistory · 2 years ago

Is it trye as,a consliracy theory, or reality that Hitler wanted to ship all the Jews to Israel after the war, and Himmler was the traitor?

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  • 2 years ago
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    Hitler didn't much care what happened to the Jews or other "untermenschen", just so long as they weren't in the his Grossdeutschland. As early is the mid-20's, he opined about sending them all to Madagascar, then a French possession, or to Palestine if the U.K. would act on its 1917 Balfour Declaration. By 1942, when it looked as though the war was going to be a long haul, he passed the issue off to Himmler et al & took no interest in what they did. By then, he was too busy with the war. It turned out that Himmler, Heydrich, Eichmann etc. were even more fanatic than he was.

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      2 years agoReport

      good answer

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  • LeKat!
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    2 years ago

    What war? Hitler committed suicide before the WW2 was ended after ordering his Nazi supporters to murder 6 million innocent Jews and millions of other Europeans in the Holocaust.

    Hitler did not spare Jews and his plan was to murder as much as possible due to the fact that he thought that Jews were harming Germany (of course pure nonsense).

    Jews established the State of Israel in 1948, 3 years after WW2 and the devastating Holocaust. Unfortunately even after WW2 Great Britain that controlled modern-day Israel did not allow Jewish refuge to come to the country.

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  • Anonymous
    2 years ago

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  • Anonymous
    2 years ago

    No, obviously not, since he had spent his entire time in power disenfranchising, dehumanizing, and the murdering them.

    • Killmouseky
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      2 years agoReport

      He had them disenfranchised, put severe limits on their ability to participate in society & tried to expel them to other countries. He didn't really care what happened to them or where they went, so long as they weren't in his Realm. He handed the "problem" to Himmler, who more fanatic than him.

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  • 2 years ago

    Partly true. Hitler wanted the Jews out of Germany and any location would do. If the Jews wanted to go to Israel then he would have no problem with that and one of the things he did shortly after coming into power was make the Haavara agreement with the Zionists which facilitated the emigration of the Jews from Germany, to Israel. The agreement allowed the Jews in Germany to sell all of their belongings, move to Israel and once they arrived they would be compensated for what they sold in the form of German exports to Israel.

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  • Alesha
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    2 years ago

    He may have wanted to but the fact of the matter was that Palestine was part of the British Mandate and after the major riots in Palestine in 1936 Britain had reduced all Jewish immigration to a trickle. Before WWII there were over 7 million Jews in Eastern Europe and there was no way any one was willingly going to take all of them and Hitler was intelligent enough to realize this from the beginning. Himmler for his part simply did what he was told. Hitler wanted the Jews out of Europe by whatever means necessary. The Final Solution was labeled that for a reason, it was the Final Solution to them.

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  • ?
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    2 years ago

    Yes, it is true, as any historian points out, the Haavara Agreement is just one Wikipedia search away. BUT it was not Hitler's goal to create a Jewish state in Israel. Rather, he primarily wanted Jews out of Europe at all cost, and, initially, he entertained the idea of sending them into the arms of his friend, the antisemitic islamic Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Hajj Amin Al-Husseini who had plans to rid the Middle East of Jews as well. It's a bit like a wolf sending a flock of sheep into another Wolf's lair. Only 60,000 Jews escaped the Reich via this transfer agreement, and had most of their wealth confiscated in the process as "payment". Over the years, Hitler's idea of the Final Solution evolved into physical extermination, especially after WW2 started and ship routes were blocked.

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    • Killmouseky
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      2 years agoReport

      "the buck stops here" he is, as supreme commander, ultimately responsible. There remains ZERO proof that he knew or even cared what Himmler et al. were up to, just so long as they weren't plotting against his rule. This has been very well known for decades.

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  • Tim D
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    2 years ago

    Yeah it was a consliracy.

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  • 2 years ago

    You obviously know absolutely nothing about history.

    Hitler was dead in 1945 and before the end of WW2 and the State of Israel was not formed until May 15th 1948 so unless he came back as a ghost he could not have wanted to do what you suggest.

    Poseidon

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  • 2 years ago

    Not true in any way.

    Israel was not created until years after Hitler was dead.

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