Hitler's letter calling to remove Jews goes on display

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A 4 page letter signed by Adolf Hitler where he describes his hatred for Jews and outline plans for their removal is on display at the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles. The document was acquired by the Simon Wiesenthal Center who described it as one of the most significant documents in its possession. The letter calls to seek out legal means for the "uncompromising removal of the Jews altogether." . "This is an important lesson for future generations ... demagogues mean what they say and given the opportunity carry out what they promise," Rabbi Marvin Hier the dean and founder of the Wiesenthal Center said. The Wiesenthal Center archives is one of the largest Holocayst collections and contains over 50,000 artifacts and memorabilia, including photographs, diaries, letters and artwork.