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Nazi ideology advocated the elimination of Jews from Europe. Why weren’t all Jews killed immediately upon being imprisoned by the Nazis?

The Nazis wanted to exploit labor from Jews first, while developing a detailed plan for their eventual extermination.
The Nazis feared that Poland and the Soviet Union, two countries with the largest Jewish populations, would attack Germany.
The Nazis feared that the public would turn against them and that they would lose political power.
The Nazis wanted to keep the deportation of Jews a secret from the German people and the outside world.
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