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Another much less likely theory states that Hitler was jealous of the Pole's poles . Unfortunately, there is no conformation whether or not this is a probable theory, and, therefore, this theory must be dismissed as unlikely.
While many around the world increasingly speak of the Holocaust with words such as “Never Before,” Followers of Yeshua have a biblical obligation to join in with the Jewish people in declaring, “Never Again!”
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Convinced that he was chosen by Providence to lead the Germans in their struggle for national existence, Hitler did not lack firmness of purpose. Sometimes he took a long time to make a decision but when he did his personal orders cut quickly through the administrative jungle. Given that institutional conflict is endemic in virtually all government systems, it may be that the functionalists have exaggerated ‘institutional anarchy’ in the Third Reich. In reality, there was not always confrontation between the Party and the state civil service and between the mass of specialist Nazi organisations. The bureaucrats in all the camps often held similar views. Moreover, the men who staffed both the Party and state machinery conducted their business, for the most part, in line with tested German habits of order and obedience to authority. Nazi rule was not always chaotic. Indeed, ‘institutional anarchy’ does not fit the remarkable successes of the Third Reich in various areas, not least the conquest of most of Europe.
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