The Nazis were among the most powerful people during the Second World War. This was stimulated by the supremacy of one Adolf Hitler. The Jews were unwanted in Germany; this brought about the reason of phasing off all the Nazi inhabitants who lived in Germany. They were considered to be traitors and their effect as well as their take of humanity was undetermined.
The Nazi forced the Jews out of Germany by use of trains. These Nazis were among the remnants of the holocaust of the six million Jews population. These Jews were exterminated from the society due to their traitor ship that aided the Germans to be defeated during the war. These Jews were moved to the Far East for their safety (Bergen, 2003). They couldn’t be allowed to remain at the heartbeat of Germany. This was due to their negative influence on the society.
The Nazis used train cars to move the Jews towards the Far East. This was due to the fear of attack from the citizens. The citizens did want to take revenge on these people. They were frustrated with their continuous trend of leaking out the secrets of the Germans. These train cars were accompanied by heavy security due to the fierce revenge that the Germans did want to take on them.
The Nazis were against any trait that undermined any plan of the German soldiers. Through the able power of the then president; Adolf Hitler, Germans were too futuristic and had strategic plans of executing the rebelling neighbors. The Nazis are known for their love for humanity and brotherhood. Though, they were always against any trait of betrayal.
Bergen, D. (2003). War & Genocide: A Concise History of the Holocaust. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.