The Treaty of Versailles left Germany in shambles, humiliated and broken, with an unstable economy. As a result, many Germans wanted revenge and held intense resentment towards the Allied Powers. Eventually, this plunged German into a state of desperation, where people were willing to follow anyone to lead them out of darkness. This led to the rise of Adolf Hitler, who was able to persuade Germans to free Germany from the “chains of Versailles”, where his many speeches mainly blamed the provisions of the treaty with responsibility of Germany’s many problems. Hitler’s mind-set and determination, along with the support of Germans, to make Germany into a stronger nation once again led to WWII and attempts to revoke the treaty.
It started with the treaty of Versailles, which lead to the Weimar Republic being blamed for that and all the economic problems that succeeded it. There were also problems in the constitution which weakened their power to make laws and eventually allowed Hitler to take control. Although Stresemann managed to relieve the pressure, it was the beginning of the end after the Wall Street crash that left Germany in depression. The people had lost all hope and looked to the party that was offering change, which turned out to be the Nazi party. While there were individual problems with the Weimar Republic, it seems that the situation would have been inevitable for any government taking power in their
Culture in the Third Reich National Socialism typified much more than a political movement that has been portrayed since the end of WWII. The Nazi leaders that came to power in January 1933 seeked the political authority to alter or improve the Versailles Treaty, and also wanted to reclaim and expand upon the land they had lost after the loss in World War I. They also found it necessary to manipulate the cultural landscape. They sought to return the country to its more traditional “Germanic” and “Nordic” values, to toll the Jewish, foreign, and degenerate influences that destroyed the German culture. In doing so they sought to shape a racial community which would coordinate with the Nazi ideals.
Equivalently, Hans and Sophie Scholl similar to Schindler fought against the dictatorship and harassment of the injustice tyrant Hitler. When Hitler came to power he wanted to preserve the Aryan race while exterminating and abusing those he believed were undesirable. He used words and pictures to make people perceive flesh and blood as inanimate objects; replaceable and useless. Whether it was out of fear, hate or simply the incapability to see past the glamour he had created, he obtained enough followers to take over the German government. Once he obtained the power he silenced the people through laws, making it so that the slightest criticisms of his view was punishable by death, torture or imprisonment.
The Holocaust was a time of devastation and corruption; it was a time of cruelty. Adolf Hitler, who started the epidemic against the Jews, tried to make the world “perfect.” Adolf Hitler was the leader of the Nazi Party. Hitler used the Jews as a scapegoat for Germany’s economic problems which ultimately led to World War II. Hitler not only became a powerful and influential man, but also a judgmental man. Hitler blinded people with his influence.
The Western Allies quickly realized they couldn’t “kick a dog when its already down”, and that Germany was in desperate need of help.” Therefore, the Allies’ aim was to rebuild Germany’s economy. The Soviet Union disagreed with this plan immensely, and instead, they became busy with setting up Communist dictatorships in their conquered areas, such as the zone of East Germany. This major difference among these powers marked the beginning of the Cold War. The war was not of physical battle but of international diplomacy. Germany now became the prize struggle between enemies.
They hated anyone who was of Jewish decent. The reason for this is because he thought that the German race was superior to everyone else. There are many strategies that Adolf Hitler used during the war to control the Jews and to ensure that the Nazi Germans were following and obeying his rules, regulation and policies. The main way that Hitler controlled the Jews was through force and terror. One of these strategies was concentration camps.
Trotsky followed Lenin’s commands and helped to take Russia in the coup. I think it was a wise policy to take Russia out of the war because Russia was not able to keep fighting and he needed time to impose his rule over the Russian people. Imperialism contributed to pre-World War I rivalries because countries were constantly fighting over territories that had resources. Germany went to war to try and gain resources and win colonies. Some countries were not satisfied with the Treaty of Versailles because they either received to little or nothing at all for their contribution to the
Imperialism was a bad thing because people in charge would become too power hungry and try to gain more of everything disregarding the people who are suppose to be civilized. Imperialism is a good thing, most of the time. One of the latest imperialist, Adolf Hitler, during World War II led his military to nazi Germany to Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, France, Denmark, Yugoslavia, Greece, Norway and
And associated equipment Semitism manifested itself in a comprehensive national policy known as the Final Solution, and this is what did not get seen before, which sought to eliminate Jews from the face of the earth. In the quest for the success of this policy, Adolf Hitler founded the riche minister which was managed by Joseph Gobbles, convinced German people that Jews was the reason for the economic depression. And it spreads in the press widely, and built to blame the Jews for all the developments in Germany problems, including the loss of the First World War, and returned lying to the Middle Ages, claiming that Jews were engaged in acts of killing Christian children in a ritual to them and use their blood in the unleavened bread, eaten at Easter holiday they have named Passover. Adolf Hitler was born in April 2, 1889 in a small Austrian village called "Bruno". It was not Hitler who wanted to regular
Hitler, the political leader of Germany during WW2, strived to create a “perfect race”. The building of this race was at the expense of Jews and other minorities he thought of as inferior. Since the minorities were less than human in Hitler’s eyes, he imagined that the art did not belong to them. Rather than Hitler stealing their art, in his eyes the Jews stole his art. This perspective differs greatly from Eisenhower’s, the Commander-in-Chief of the US army during WW2.