Into That Darkness: An Examination of Conscience - Book 1, Into That Darkness : Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

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Book 1, Into That Darkness : Chapter 5 Summary and Analysis

Part 2 continues, neatly divided into chapters. Readers should note that in an earlier speech Hitler warns the most prominent Jews of Europe that he will blame them if there is a second World War. He also tells the people publicly that if "they did that" then he will wipe out Jews throughout Europe in direct retribution for what the wealthiest and most powerful European Jews have done. This tells readers how powerful some of the Jews in Germany and Europe are at the dawn of the twentieth century and it also shows that the intent to kill is there all along and does not only emerge later on. Even so, the whole situation escalates in a step-by-step manner. Colonel Blobel, who is prominent as a Nazi for a while is given responsibility for...

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