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fear & intimidation

During the Holocaust and World War II, fear and intimidation were common experiences that shaped people’s reactions to events in different ways. The Nazi Party weaponized fear and intimidation as tools to exploit people's insecurities and rationalize war, persecution, and genocide.

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