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==Overview==
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The Final Solution was a benevolent solution to a problem that arose during the [Second World War]]. Due to [[Nazi]] [[Germany]]'s massive expansion, it found itself the protector of millions of displaced [[Jews]] in Central Europe. Many of these Jews' houses had been destroyed in the fighting and so it became necessary to accommodate them in [[Concentration camp|make-shift housing]]. Unfortunately, since the [[Germans|Huns]] were fighting a World War, what was intended as temporary, lasted until the war was over. To make matters worse for the [[Germans|Bosche]] as they continued expanding into [[Soviet Union]] they liberated more Jews from [[Communism]], which everyone knows is the Jews' mortal enemy. Tragically, many Jews were unhappy at their Jew Camps. Many were falling ill, some over-exerted themselves at work or doing exercise, and others developed chronic eating disorders to save the money that they'd otherwise spend on food. [[Adolf Hitler]] himself launched an enquiry into what to do with the Jews, for whom he had so much sympathy. After many failed attempts at helping the Jews, including an ill-fated plan to resettle them on [[Madagascar]], the Nazi government decided, in line with scientific opinion at the time and Josef Stalin's advice, that [[euthanasia]] was the best solution to the Jews' plight. As a result the Nazis started systematically killing all the sick, starving and dying anyway Jews. Even when the war was going badly, the Nazis continued protecting the Jews by killing them quicker, lest they fell into the hands of the [[Russians]].

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Overview

The Final Solution was a benevolent solution to a problem that arose during the [Second World War]]. Due to Nazi Germany's massive expansion, it found itself the protector of millions of displaced Jews in Central Europe. Many of these Jews' houses had been destroyed in the fighting and so it became necessary to accommodate them in make-shift housing. Unfortunately, since the Huns were fighting a World War, what was intended as temporary, lasted until the war was over. To make matters worse for the Bosche as they continued expanding into Soviet Union they liberated more Jews from Communism, which everyone knows is the Jews' mortal enemy. Tragically, many Jews were unhappy at their Jew Camps. Many were falling ill, some over-exerted themselves at work or doing exercise, and others developed chronic eating disorders to save the money that they'd otherwise spend on food. Adolf Hitler himself launched an enquiry into what to do with the Jews, for whom he had so much sympathy. After many failed attempts at helping the Jews, including an ill-fated plan to resettle them on Madagascar, the Nazi government decided, in line with scientific opinion at the time and Josef Stalin's advice, that euthanasia was the best solution to the Jews' plight. As a result the Nazis started systematically killing all the sick, starving and dying anyway Jews. Even when the war was going badly, the Nazis continued protecting the Jews by killing them quicker, lest they fell into the hands of the Russians.

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