He believes that by utilizing fear, the common men that will easily betray dare not to ever turn their backs for fear of death. For the terror of their common and worthless lives to their merciless tyrant. That sentence provides the main idea for the rest of his book, it helps prove his point by giving us the straight forward answer to the premise of the book. That sentence is a claim to Machiavelli boldly follows by and will not falter to an opposing idea. Machiavelli persistently elaborates on the idea that fear is powerful motive that is not to be reckoned with, he starts to state the fault in the common man.
to ensure that everyone thought in a decent way that wasn’t a threat to the Nazi party. This meant that the Nazi party only let you hear and see what they wanted you to hear and see. Goebbels also organised mass rallies where Hitler presented amazing speeches with his flair as a brilliant speaker. This is a quote from Goebbels talking about propaganda: “The essence of propaganda consists in winning people over to an idea so sincerely, so vitally, that in the end they succumb to it and utterly can never escape from it.” (Propaganda in Nazi Germany).
For example, when Ojeda highlights, “He didn’t like being denied,” she could have proclaimed that “Hitler does not appreciate the act of disapproval and he dislike being excluded.” The quote that she proceeded by Max Rothman, should have been more detailed and aggrandized. Also, she did not have a concluding sentence on her counter argument. Whereas her third paragraph and her conclusion did not have any concluding sentences as well. Overall, Ojeda did a very decent job on proving that Hitler’s environment led him to become a dictator in Gernmany.
This is seen to be true in The Kite Runner when Amir learns about remorse and absolution through his life experiences. Over the course of the novel, Amir is presented as a morally ambiguous character because of the two traits, guilt and self-forgiveness, he is presented with. This moral ambiguity comes into play when Amir commits a hurtful act, but is not seen as totally corrupt. The reason for this is, “we can relate to [morally ambiguous characters]...” (Zafar, Paragraph 1).
It’s very clear how Hitler uses the text to convey the image of the savior of the German people, who knows exactly what is best for his country. We then observe the “Ethos”, which is the credibility or reliability of the speaker and his morals. To the people of Germany, Nazi Leader Hitler was the most trusted leader they could follow, and his morals were unquestioned, thus this speech made a huge influence. “Pathos” is the passion of the speaker and his perspective when talking about the subject he is discussing. Hitler’s violent passion towards the executors of the assassination and the idea of revenge if very obvious in this speech.
In The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down, Anne Fadiman uses careful comparisons and contrasts to appeal to the emotions of readers. Throughout the novel, Fadiman explores different scenarios that are encountered by the Hmong that would make anyone feel frightened. Through these scenarios, we discover what the Hmong have had to endure in order to make a small amount of progress. Some of the individuals in the novel we encounter, including Dr. Robert Small, see the Hmong as “ignorant” and “almost a Stone Age people”. However, some individuals such as the social worker to Lia Lee, Jeanine Hilt, and the author of the novel understand why the Hmong reacted the way they did to the doctors.
It teaches lies can be positive and it can decrease people’s anguish. Gaines brings in an important character after the incident that starts the story off. The character Grant Wiggins, the protagonist of the novel is asked to help the accused. He often criticizes and resents a racist society.
The allies knew that it was going to be a risky process trying to defeat Hitler but they knew that in order to have a successful operation they would have to do the unexpected. I admire their courage and confidence as they went about this. In Sun Tzu’s, The Art of War there is a chapter titled, “Attack by Fire”. After reading this, I was able to capture some similar methods from Patton’s Ghost Army.
They resolved arguments and solidify among nations. In 1935, The “Law for the Protection of German Blood and German Honor” aimed to isolate the Jews racially and socially by prohibiting them, under pain of serving punishment, from marrying or having sexual relations with non-Jews. In addition, Jews were prohibited from employing Aryan housemaids younger than 45. The following Reich Citizenship law stripped all authorities from Jews of the political rights deriving from German Reich citizenship and relegated them to the status of
According to Dora Carpenter, “The loss of a loved one can leave you broken and heartless”( np). “The loss of a loved one can also help people to find and awaken their inner selves” (Carpenter np). In the book How we Grieve Relearning the World Thomas Attig gives multiple first hand account of what people have
He mentions that if we forget, we are all guilty from what might happen next, and that we are the accomplices to see that it may happen again. Lastly, Wiesel lighty mentions two goals that he is trying to achieve. These goals happen to be understanding for those who never got the experience of concentration camps, and not keeping silent about what happened inside the walls of the camps (Wiesel ix). Through the good and the bad many should consider the actions and words spoken in the camps and act upon this so we may not repeat the actions of the Nazis during those
Obama on the other hand, focuses on why it isn’t a good idea, and explains the effects it may have, and why overall it isn’t the best thing for our country. Imperializing can lead to unnecessary wars, which could have been avoided; something Beveridge didn’t even consider since he has different goals of what the outcomes of imperializing should be than the realistic results that could actually occur due to his strong
“Those who want to live, let them fight, and those who do not want to fight in this world of eternal struggle do not deserve to live.” -Hitler. These words spoken by Hitler were the end of Jews. But I bet you didn’t know that he wasn 't the main reason the Holocaust happened. The Top SS Officers, The Allies and Hitler were the reasons the Holocaust happened.
This was only the surface of the treatment that the Jews were given in Germany and much of Nazi propaganda displayed similar messages. Baring this in mind, it is not very difficult to see how the Jewish population and those who did not agree with this propaganda could not oppose Nazi rule. Hitler’s guide to his propaganda comes from his book, Mein Kampf where he sees it as the most important factor of controlling the population. Again it’s incredibly easy to understand why there were people who disagreed with the Nazi rule and Hitler’s
When considering the events leading up to the Holocaust, it is important to understand there were various factors as well as people who played influential parts. The Holocaust could not have been caused by the genocidal intentions of a singular man such as Adolf Hitler. Mimi-Cecilia Pascoe states, “Regardless of any proof of Hitler’s intentions, he was not alone in his discriminatory views. Early 20th century Europe was full of similarly minded Anti-Semites; thus, Hitler’s attitude alone is an insufficient explanation for genocide” (2013, p.42). Though Hitler was thought to be the “head” of the Nazis genocidal tirade, he looked upon his popularity with much disquietude.