The Nazi Party was antisemitic from its inception. Anton Drexler, who founded the party, and Adolf Hitler, who would become its leader, were both highly antisemitic. Key party speeches and documents, such as the early party policy, were also antisemitic. After the Nazis gained power, antisemitism was at the forefront of their policies.
This educational resource uses contemporary source material to understand antisemitism during the Nazi regime, specifically focusing on: the Enabling Laws, the economic boycott of April 1933, the Nuremberg Laws, processes of identification, Kristallnacht, and camps and ghettos.