Germany needed a scapegoat for all the struggles they were facing and Hitler used stereotypes to give the German people a scapegoat. Ignorance clouded the judgment of the German people. Ultimately the Jews would pay the price while the world was oblivious of the crimes against humanity which the Nazis committed. Elie Wiesel is stuck in dark times for people of his ethnicity. Nazis felt that the Jewish people were inferior.
Out of the two world wars, World War II is known to be the bloodiest and brutal war. The main reason this is to believed is because to the Holocaust. The Holocaust was the time period where many were persecuted for their beliefs and race. Hitler is who is to blame for the Holocaust, he is the one who organized all the horrific things done to the people who did not fall under his Master Race. Despite the many theories about the purpose of the Holocaust, the real purpose make those who weren’t members of the Master Race fear the Nazi Regime, to force them to obey the Nazi’s without question.
Genocide became the word to describe the horrific killing of millions in 1933 when Hitler came to power. The Nazis viewed Jews as evil and wanted nothing to do with them. At first it was just giving them a hard time and making their life rough, but soon it evolved into something nobody could describe at that moment. By 1939, about six million Jews were slaughtered by Nazis. Hitler was taking his power way beyond the limits.
Anti-Semitism was, and still is, the term used to describe the belief in hostile treatment towards Jews just because they are Jews. This term was introduced by Wilhelm Marr to designate anti-Jewish campaigns back in 1879, and it resurfaced when Hitler took over Germany. Adolf Hitler believed, as stated in his book “Mein Kampf”, that Jews were undermining civilized nations of Europe, therefor they had to be dealt with. The problem during this time, concerning anti-Semitism propaganda, is that they were able to manipulate people to an extent where they came to think that treating Jews in hateful ways was acceptable and, to a certain extent, an obligation that as proud Germans they had to carry out. Moreover, we will discuss how propaganda was meant to affect a subconscious level of peoples minds through subtle messages all the way to direct and concrete messages which would no longer affect them because they were already brutalized and dead to any moral
They had to go because they were Jews. Jews were killed because of what they believed. Adolf Hitler didn’t believed Jews were human because of what they are believed. The rest of what world didn’t know anything about what was going on in Germany until near the end of the war. Eventually, the rest of the world found out.
In my opinion, I think he blamed them because they were not like him. When I say not like him I mean that they were not German or his race. Everyone had to be just the way he wanted them to be in my opinion. According to annefrank.org “by giving the Jews the blame Hitler created an enemy.” The solution to Hitler’s problem was banishment. Adolf Hitler
The perfect Genocide During the holocaust 6, million Jewish people were killed. Nazi Germany was able to achieve 2 of the hardest things to do by a government… Genocide and love of its people, at the same time. You must be wondering how the heck someone could achieve such a horrifying thing and still have their countries support, I’ll tell you…media. Nazi Germany used media and propaganda to hide and manipulate information in order to achieve their goals. Before and during the 2nd world war, Germany used speeches and propaganda to earn the love of their citizens and slightly induce them the Jew dehumanization.
There is evidence as early as 1919 that Hitler had a strong hatred for Jews. I know that Hitler was part Jewish so I wonder why he hated them so much. In April 1933 the Nazis boycotted Jewish businesses for one day. The legislation has permitted Jews from some professions. The Nuremburg Laws had made specific Nazi details of who was Jewish.
Humanity, men and women alike, have severely overlooked the enduring power of Judaism as a whole. The Jewish culture portrayed pure tenacity towards the will to survive by their conviction, even we faced the greatest evil known to humanity… the Nazi Regime. January 30, 1933, Germany announced the new chancellor, Adolf Hitler, that ended up changing the course of human history. He wanted to create a superior race and the only way he thought to achieve that goal was to “exterminate” the race he thought was inferior. Unfortunately, the Jewish community got targeted as a race rather than a religion.