The Holocaust, started in the 1930s, was a detrimental moment in history that claimed the souls of over six million jews. Little did anyone know that this genocide could have been Shi prevented until it had accurately been presented to the world in William L. Shirer’s The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich. It suggests that the Nazi regime simply was a repercussion of the citizens of Germany when they were in a delusional state, all infected with the common belief: Hitler’s promise of the return of their former glory. It almost seems as if the people welcomingly invited the Reich in. Throughout this book, Shirer presents his account of the Third Reich starting from Adolf Hitler’s beginnings to the end of his days along with the destruction of the Nazis.
Two years does not seem like much time for something to happen in government, but Hitler and his Nazi party were able to establish a dictatorship in under this amount of time. Hitler used many smart and convincing strategies to gain his power. Hitler 's propaganda was like a virus that tainted the German people 's mind, and the population was amaurotic to what Hitler 's and the Nazis where actually doing. They wereThe Nazis’ rise to power enabled Hitler to establish a dictatorship by eliminating adversaries and using careful propaganda to influence the German people, convincing them that the Nazis and Hitler should control not only the nation, but the entire world. After fighting for Germany in WWI, Hitler used powerful speeches
World War 2 started on 3 September 1939. Although there were many cause for the war, like the failure of the Treaty of Versailles, threat of communism, and appeasement. Hitler and the Nazi party were the main cause, they were linked with all other causes, making them stand out as the ‘main cause’. Everything that had happened after World War 1; the Treaty of Versailles, the Great Depression, Communism and Fascism, all helped Hitler gain trust from the Germans, as he said he would ‘make Germany great again’. Starting another world war within 20 years of the ‘war that was meant to end all wars’.
Hitler 's impact of society and the world is known by nearly everybody in the world. Hitler 's impact of German society is also very massive. In the quote “If you tell a big enough lie and tell it frequently enough, it will be believed” It shows how the discrimination of minorities due to them being inferior is a false premise. Yet, this power generated from it can be redirected to accomplish other things. This discrimination was used to drive Naz society.
Germany as we know it may have been one of the most dangerous countries back then. But back in the great depression Germany was at its worst they had no one to turn to for help, But then someone from WWI had decided to run for chancellor of Germany, his name was Adolf Hitler. Adolf helped influence the great depression instead of considering all blacks dangerous, Jews were the reason they picked that made Germany horrible and thus Hitler's reign of terror had begun starting with his campaigning. A quote from The History place helps us by stating “Hitler offered something to everyone: work to the unemployed; prosperity to failed business people; profits to industry; expansion to the Army; social harmony and an end of class distinctions to idealistic young students; and restoration of German glory to those in despair. He promised to bring order amid chaos; a feeling of unity to all and the chance to belong.
The significance that the Treaty of Versailles had on Germany was that, first off, Germany was blamed for starting the war by the other countries involved in World War I. France, Russia, and Italy all agreed that Germany was to blame for starting the war. Therefore, they made Germany pay reparations. These reparations affected Germany greatly. Not only did the Treaty of Versailles blame Germany for starting the war, but the Treaty of Versailles also led to a great depression and to the rise of Adolf Hitler. The Treaty of Versailles had a huge effect on Germany.
While Hitler had charisma, Churchill did not. According to Andrew Robert the truth is that Hitler exerted far more power over people’s imaginations and psyches than ever Churchill did. Hitler made use of two most powerful human emotions envy and resentment. After Germany lost the First World War and the ill treatment in the subsequent Versailles peace treaty, it was a downhill task to induce self-pity in the German people. And, Hitler quite well succeeded in this.
Both Hitler and his Nazi party and the Lord 's Resistance Army are extremist groups but in what way did they gain support and power? When we think of Hitler in the 20th century, the first thing we think of is how the Nazi party is an extremist group. It was a group that came to power in Germany because of a world wide economic depression and desperation amongst citizens. If you look at the 21st century, many extremist groups can be found that rule and came to power the same way hitler did. For example: The Lord 's Resistance army.
After the war ended in 1918, Hitler felt he had nothing to keep him busy; no goal. He joined other army veterans and continued to fight in the streets of Germany, until the spring of 1919. Hitler had then been employed as a political officer for the army of Munich, with the help of another soldier named Ernst Roehm, who later became head of Hitler’s elite soldiers, known as the SA. With his new rank, Hitler attended several meetings of the German Workers’ party, a nationalist, socialist, anti-Semitic group. Hitler quickly distinguished himself as the party’s most immersive and popular propagandist.
I will explain why I think that the putsch itself failed, but successfully, if indirectly played a part in how the Nazis rose to power. In 1923, Stresemann called off the passive resistance in the Ruhr and agreed that Germany would start paying the reparation fees again. Many right-winged enemies of the Weimar Republic felt betrayed, humiliated and wounded in their pride. Their