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To be honest, they were not policies. The two things pretty much leading to the Holocaust was:

#1. Loss of World War 1

#2. Germany's Economic Depression

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No, these were factors that helped the Nazis to be elected, but in no way can they be considered as factors leading to the Holocaust.

The kind of things that you are looking for are;

the laws that restricted the Jews from working - this made them poorer and turned other Germans against them as they became 'useless eaters'.

the use of sterilisation against the mentally ill (including habitual criminals and anti-socials).

the use of poison gas to kill the disabled - this method (and equipment) was used to start the mass gassing of the Jews.

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The Nuremberg Laws.

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