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Posted by Rich on September 26, 2001 01:21:32 UTC

Yes, of course what I said is a huge simplification of what really happened. However, the Archduke Ferdinand's death was the spark that started WWI. The treaty of WWI directly led to WWII. The holocaust was only possible in time of war and therefore directly related to WWII. If the Treaty of Versailles was much more forgiving to Germany, perhaps WWII would never of happened! Anti-semitism fever was throughout Europe in the 1800's and through the 1900's. However, anti-semitism still exists.

But my point was, through simplification, that the murder of the Archduke led to the holocaust being possible. I know that Hitler didn't exterminate the Jewish in response to the Archduke's murder. However, one did lead to the other, rather directly. My point is that one small action today can mean devestation tomorrow.

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