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Nov 29 '12 at 17:57 comment added Steven Drennon "The facts" are things that have been documented and observed which can therefore be reported on. Your question is worded in a way that is asking for people to provide an answer on what someone else's opinions or personal ideas were. If you asked "are there any documented procedures or other evidence that identifies the reasoning behind the Nazis behavior", then that could be answered. It's not "what" you are asking that is the problem, it is "how" you are asking it! That's why the guidelines state that you can try to "improve" the question so it can be reopened!
Nov 29 '12 at 17:03 comment added Anixx "How would we know what the facts were if we weren't there?" - Is not history exist exactly for knowing facts even if not being there?
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Nov 29 '12 at 16:51 comment added Steven Drennon How would we know what the facts were if we weren't there? Any question that asks "why" or "how" is almost automatically guaranteed to be closed. "What was the reason" is essentially asking "why"? The rules are the rules; this question is simply not formatted well enough to justify leaving it open.
Nov 29 '12 at 16:47 comment added Anixx I am asking about fact, not about opinion. Do you think the only way to determine reasons behind a historical act is to ask the perpetrators?
Nov 29 '12 at 16:44 history answered Steven Drennon CC BY-SA 3.0