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The most important event was the invasion of the Soviet Union.

Others could be; - the euthenasia of the disabled.

- the exclusion of Jews from society.

And if you want to speculate into distant origins, the Joining of the German Worker's Party by Hitler.

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two large, perhaps the main events were: the election of Hitler and the invasion of the Soviet Union.

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the events that lead up to the cambonian genocide is that their leader pol pot wanted to make the goverment of cambonia a comunist.

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The capture of many European lands by the Nazis. Nazi anger toward the Jews. Secretly rebuilding the German armies. The planning of the "Final Solution." The invasion of Poland.

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