actually, very few if any germans were speaking out against the persecution and subsequent slaughter of the jewish people. indeed, there was no resistance movement against the nazis to speak of. the attempted assassination of hitler by a number of high officers in 1944 was for reasons of disagreement with hitler's war campaign which he was losing. otherwise, hitler and his nazi party were supported by all segments of german society: doctors, academics, the army high command, judges and lawyers, the aristocracy, and the working classes. furthermore, there was a large collaboration with the nazis in most countries they occupied. in holland, the locals did most of the rounding up of the jewish people. the same was true in france. there were rare exceptions; denmark and bulgaria.
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