I was wondering about this for quite a while:
Antisemitism is something that is quite unbelievable for us nowadays, so: on what was this antisemitism actually based? I also know that there has always been antisemitism in the European countries. Despite, I don't understand how this antisemitism could grow that strong in Germany? Cause I think there are good reasons why antisemitism is restricted to become a strong force in Germany: For example, it is almost impossible to distinguish a Jew from an ordinary German citizen and they are a high developed minority in this country. This is something that is quite extraordinary for racism, I think.
Therefore, I am very sure that there must have been very recent reason why this haitred and anger could grow that strong? Unfortunately, I am not aware of any of them. The only thing I could imagine is that the financial situation in Germany (which was pretty bad after Versailles) was considered to be related to the Jewish people.
I would be interested to know whether any of these accusations were just polemical rubbish or whether even some of them are based on actual facts?