The National Socialist German Workers' Party, also called the Nazi party, was Adolf Hitler's chosen platform to gain control of Germany. As WWI ended and the great depression began, the US began to withdraw its loans in the European nations, especially Germany. As Germany was forced to pay back its loans, it destroyed its economy and thus unemployment rose significantly. The Nazi party gained huge support from furious workers and eventually took over as the nation's totalitarian rulers, destroying all opponents along the way. Hitler's national socialist platform lead was extremely appealing to wealthy and poor alike compared communism which deterred many wealthy individuals. Hitler's extremely far right view emphasized a scapegoat, the jews, for the failures of Germany. This oppression leads to the deaths of millions of people that did not fit the Aryan characteristics that the Nazi party required. This often created pseudo-sciences in which the Nazis went to increasingly far extents just to provides shreds of evidence stating their apparent "superiority."They encouraged women to maintain their roles as mothers and stay in the household to care for children and teach them the ways of the Reich. The Nuremberg laws were a prime example of the hatred of the Germans towards the Jewish population, forbidding Jews from attaining citizenship or even marrying with German citizens. Another horrific example of Nazi hatred towards Jews was Kristallnacht, the night of broken glass, where German citizens were allowed to destroy and attack Jews and their store in the streets, ultimately killing several dozen people and burning down hundreds of Synagogues and Jewish owned buildings.