Yes, you are right. My answer was tailored to a certain audiance. Nevertheless, I have no doubt that without Nazi ideology there would have been no Holocaust. Hitler learned anti-Semitism in Austria, more exacly, in Vienna. The final solution, though, was the product of a secular, if anything, pagan-like, ideology. Hitler's rise to power had many, complex, political reasons. The terrible weakness of the Weimar Republic was one of them. The existence of militias, such as the SA, was a manifestation of such a weakness. The fact that Hitler got only three years for his attempted putch, was also such a manifestation. The anti-Semitism that Hitler was exposed to in Vienna already had racial overtones. I am not sure that this will satisfy you, and I must say we agree more than we disagree.
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