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January 9, 2016

Did Hitler take away everyone’s guns? — Hitler was popular. He didn’t need to take away the guns. Using Hitler to defend your position on gun control is a bad idea

Ben Carson Is Wrong About Hitler and Guns

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Did Hitler take away everyone’s guns? …. Here’s what they say:

  • In 1919, the Treaty of Versaille disarmed Germany. “Fearing inability to hold the state together during the depression, the German government adopted a sweeping series of gun confiscation legislation.” This was long before Hitler came to power.
  • In 1928 this legislation was relaxed. “Germans could possess firearms, but they were required to have [] permits…Furthermore, the law restricted ownership of firearms to ‘…persons whose trustworthiness is not in question and who can show a need for a permit.'” Again, this was before Hitler came to power.
  • In 1938, Hitler relaxed the law further. Rifles and shotguns were completely deregulated, permits were extended to three years, and the age at which guns could be purchased was lowered to 18.

Now, Hitler did effectively ban Jews from owning guns in 1938. However, this is highly unlikely to have affected the fate of the Jews even slightly.…

The bottom line is familiar to anyone with even a passing knowledge of history: Hitler was popular. He didn’t need to take away anyone’s guns. Whatever you think about gun control, using Hitler to defend your position is a bad idea.

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Related:

Hitler Did NOT Take the Guns — Alex Jones misled US in his famous CNN rant!

“Hitler did not have anti-gun legislation, like they try and say. The people were armed” – V.K. Clark

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