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Hitler and his views on Jews were influenced by the protocols. He said about them "I found these Protocols enormously instructive." In a speech in 1923 he said the protocols explained post World War I inflation he said it said "the peoples are to be reduced to submission by hunger."(11 ).
In 1924 Hitler declared in 'Mein Kampf' that 12,000 to 15,000 Jews should have been killed at the start of World War I. Hitler knew about the effects of Poisonous gas he had been gassed in 1917(12 )
A top official from League of Nations (a UN predecessor) James G. McDonald said Hitler said to him "Even if Germany must draw its belt very much tighter, that will be a small price to pay for ridding itself of the menace of the Jews. The world will yet thank us for teaching it how to deal with the Jews." (13 ).
A British intelligence officer said during World War II "Anti-Semitism was terribly fashionable here until Hitler came along and overdid it."(14 ).