It is believed that this and many other disagreements in ideology eventually led Hitler to invade Russia to show how Nazism and the Aryan race were superior to communism and the baltic race. To interpretation one can say that this pact was merely a ticking time bomb preventing the inevitable to happen but other historians say that it was the interest of resources and the greed of power that caused the breaking the pact. Before the invasion of Russia, Germany was using vast amounts of resources like oil to feed their war machine that needed immenses amounts of fuel. Germany was using oil at an alarming rate and needed to find other sources of oil before it ran out and being that Russia had an abundance of oil coming from the caucasus fields near the eastern front, it made hitler's decision to invade Russia and take over the fields convenient, likewise Hitler had the means to break the pact in order to acquire the other half of Poland in his quest to unite all of the German speaking regions of Europe, this would not only increased his influence but it wouldve made him acquire resources like oil that were present on that
The Ugandan government had been known for treating the Acholi people unfairly and many Acholi people followed. When Alice Lawkena was exiled a man claiming to be her cousin, Joseph Kony, took over but the LRA’s following quickly declined. In both Germany and Uganda there is and was a lack of wealth. The economy of both countries suffered and extremist parties came to power. Economy: The economy had a lot of say in how Hitler came to power in Germany.
Nazis targeted the Jews and killed them brutally. Many people were forced to work under Nazis’ commands. He believed that Germany would win World War II if he could establish dictatorship and finish the Jews. Hitler was very harsh and rude towards his state. He totally eliminated opposition parties and forced people to obey Nazis’ commands.
Hitler depended on the German people. The views of the Fuhrer must be the views of his people (Stewart 58). It is wrong to blame all Germans for the Holocaust, but it is also wrong to blame only Adolf Hitler and the Nazi party. Many factors came together at a particular time and place in history (Altman 9-10). The Holocaust is a time in history when millions of people were persecuted in Europe by being sent to live in ghettos and eventually being deported to concentration camps where they were systematically annihilated until the Allied forces liberated the remaining survivors.
Comparison between WW1 and WW2. Ali Hamza 5B (4) 1.How and why they began One of the differences between World War 1 and 2 is how and why they began. World War 1 started when assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinandwhich created an explosive reaction from Europe because of years of built up hostility and distrust. When World War 2 broke out it was because Germany began invading neighbouring countries like Austria and Yugoslavia. When Germany then invaded Poland a group of countries called the allies united to defeat Germany and its friends, who are referred to as the Axis powers.
The majority of the youth became brainwashed with ideas of racism and Aryan superiority. Due to the formation of the Hitler Youth group, education which taught hatred towards Jews, and media, including movies, books, and theatre, the mind of Germany’s youth were shaped according to Hitler’s convictions. Hitler’s captivity of the youth’s spirit created a poisonous atmosphere in Germany in which Nazi propaganda completely dominated the perspective of society. Ultimately, Nazi propaganda enabled Hitler to mobilize German society to willingly participate in a lengthy and bloody war in which the German people remained loyal until the end. Only the bitter defeat and occupation of Germany’s capital Berlin, and Hitler’s suicide finally broke the spell that dominated Germany for twelve
Hearing the name Hitler, reminds people of the terrible things that he did to people, mostly those who practice Judaism. People think of him as a troubled man with disturbing thoughts of world domination. They remember how he started a global war to take over Europe in order to create a whole new nation with his perfect Aryan Race or Master Race. Hitler rose to power through, manipulation, ambition, propaganda, and through being a good speaker. All through by promising his people that he’ll restore Germany to its former glory.
Fordham University entailed, "if there were a proletarian dictatorship not only in our country but in other, more advanced countries as well, Germany and France, say.If that were the case, the capitalist encirclement could not be so serious a danger as it is now, " With these three quotes excerpted thus far, it is clear to see that Stalin played the victim card, making the Soviet Union seemed completely doomed. To fix this awful problem, the answer lied in the rapid industrialization he desperately wanted and eventually achieved (Fordham University). Stalin also explained on the Soviet Unions issues internally. Fordham University stated, "But besides the external conditions, there are also internal conditions which dictate a fast rate of development of our industry as the main foundation of our entire national economy. I am referring to the extreme backwardness of our agriculture, of its technical and cultural level.
First of all, both men had constantly used terror to preserve their sovereignty (). Hitler and Stalin had created the Gestapo and NKVD respectively (). Both secret police consisted of thugs whose sole duty was to eliminate their respective totalitarians challengers (Waugh, 2001). Both secretive organizations were also used in purging millions of people during the development of their respective leaders’ personality cult (). Such ruthlessness would result in people becoming too intimidated to voice their dissatisfaction against the state ().
“Once the SS guards got ahold of the victims they were beaten terribly, starved, and even murdered” (The Concentration Camps: The Treatment of Concentration Camp Victims). They did this to the victims who were mostly Jews because they wanted to purify the German race. They used propaganda to spread the ideals of National Socialism. “Propaganda was used to force beliefs and religions on the public, shown through