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Adolf Hitler Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 18,19 and 20 Summary

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Chapter 18,19 and 20 Summary and Analysis

In 1935, the Nuremburg Laws outlaw sex between Jews and good Germans. In November 1938, a Jew shoots dead an official at the German Foreign Office in Paris. Goebbels and SS assistant Heydrich fan the flames of anti-Jewish riots. By Nov. 12th, twenty thousand Jews are sent to concentration camps. Hitler is furious at Reichsbank head Schacht for criticizing the accelerated armament program and soon Schacht is fired. Goebbels is back in favor after his affair with an actress is stopped. Hitler, in a speech to the Reichstag threatens "annihilation" against the Jews of Europe if a general war starts. In Feb. 1939, Hitler renews his campaign against Czechoslovakia. A member of the Slovak regional government makes a deal with Berlin. Hitler has the Slovaks in Eastern Czechoslovakia declare independence. President Hacha of Czechoslovakia meets with Hitler and is told he must surrender his country to...

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