Hitler hated animals they said.

In 1933 the NSDAP announced an end to the “unbearable torture and suffering in animal experiments” and it was said that anyone who treated animals as inanimate property would be sent to a concentration camp. Among other things, the law forbade any unnecessary harm to animals, banned the inhumane treatment of animals in the production of movies, and outlawed the use of dogs in hunting. Cutting the tails and ears of dogs without anesthesia was also banned, and livestock were supposed to be killed humanely. Strangely, the Nazis were particularly concerned with the suffering of lobsters in restaurants. In 1936, a special law was passed regarding the correct way of dispatching lobsters and crabs and thus mitigating their painful deaths. Pets who were terminally ill were supposed to be euthanized. National Socialist Germany was the first country in the world to place the wolf under official protection. And it was also the first country to host an international conference on animal welfare in Berlin in 1934. In 1938, animal protection was accepted as a subject to be taught in public schools and universities in Germany. When the Germans invaded France, animal protection laws were put in place there and received support from French citizens. Today most of the laws implemented by Adolf Hitler and the NSDAP are used worldwide in civilised countries. Https://TheGreatestStoryNeverTold.tv

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