The Holocaust Concentration Camps: Auschwitz The Holocaust was a horrid experience. The Holocaust came about because Adolf Hitler was upset over the loss of World War I. Hitler blamed the Jews for Germany’s loss in World War I, and he wanted to take over Germany, with that came him thinking he had to get rid of all the Jewish people. So after the loss of World War I, he tried and succeeded with the extermination of most of the Jews. Hitler first sent the Jews to concentration camps, which about 20,000 concentration camps were built by Nazi Germany. The main camps were the ones of Auschwitz.
I don’t know if there is any way to fully understand the type of person he was, but as previously stated, he was fully aware and comprehended everything he did during his years as Chancellor and Dictator of Germany. Stress, paranoia, depression, a borderline personality disorder, Parkinson’s even, there is no excuse for what he did. He was not just “evil”, he was a psychopath, a genius, and he almost destroyed a good portion of the world. If there is anyone in the history of the world worthy of being called the devil, it’s Adolf Hitler (1889-1945): Chancellor and Dictator of Germany, Chief of the Third Reich, Head of the German Army, Head of the German Nazi political party, husband to Eva Braun, son of Alois and Klara Hitler, possible Jew, possible homosexual, and executioner of over 11 million
The differences between the Jewish people and the average German was pointed out with great hostility upon the rise of the Nazi Party. Intolerance can form through fear of other people or beliefs. It can result in the separation of groups of people as well as the destruction of their properties, social status, and ideas. Intolerance is the disapproval of differences in religion, actions, looks, or even social class. SD2
Background/General information of the Nazi Theories of why adolf hate the jews because the jews thought he couldn’t draw people on paintings and that ruined Adolf’s dream of becoming an artist. Also at WWI banks and large companies were controlled by jewish people. Hitler believed that the Jewish people had some conspiracy to control the world and that they would stab Germans in the back . Hitler and his soldiers believed the Jews are non-human in his eyes and thought jews were inferior to such as extent. He felt that he would be doing the world a favor by wiping out the Jewish race.
The victims of the Holocaust comprised of many different factions of people, including the Jews, Gypsies, homosexuals, trade unionists, and political opponents of the Nazis. (Vail 112). The Holocaust was a time in history when millions of people were persecuted in Europe by being sent to live in ghettos and eventually to be deported to concentration camps where they were systematically annihilated until the Allied forces liberated the remaining survivors. The Jews were forced into ghettos, which were described as quarantine facilities (Altman 19). One of the phony reasons they gave the public for sending the Jews to the ghettos was so that they wouldn’t have political or economic power (Altman 16).
The Helmuth Huebener Group Hitler was an expert of deception. Most German citizens were left in the dark about the war for years due to the use of propaganda, although a few very brave Resistance fighters fought back to this propaganda. Through leaflets to lethal force, Resistance fighters continually tried to spread the truth about Hitler. Helmuth Hubener and his friends were very brave Resistance fighters who tried to expose Hitler’s propaganda. Hitler was able to deceive German citizens throughout the Holocaust; and even during the last few months of the Holocaust, many Germans still believed that Germany was winning the war.
The original plan was to deport the Jews, not to murder them in mass. Hitler’s significance in the Holocaust is often questioned. Although he never seemed to order it, he didn’t stop it from happening. The lives of 6 million people lost - the lives of 6 million men, women and children, lost. Much like Kristallnacht, Hitler did not play a part - yet he did.
The Holocaust, a moment in the history of fear, survival, hiding, and death. A time of one of the most feared actions taking place globally, World War II. Many people believe that the Holocaust did not exist, but it was very, very, real indeed. The Holocaust is the most unforgettable event that all survivors could not remove from their mind, it was used as an extermination process for Jews(Allen 6). Many say that there was an alternate path that could have been taken to avoid the war, and they are correct, there were multiple ways to avoid both World War ll and the Holocaust, but humanity and society were blinded by fear and bloodthirst, they really are not to blame, it was the most brutal events in human history(Vail 9).
Why did Hitler hate the Jews so much? Nobody knows the exact reason why he was so cruel to them. Some people say things like “he was furious with his Jewish grandfather”, and many other things. Those things aren’t necessarily the reason but they may be a build up of hatred before he got very violent. Hitler hated the Jews so much, for many different reasons, that he'd torture them and most of the time he'd execute them.
Hitler had a harsh opinion of Jews that turned his hate into an obsession. Many historians believe that the reasons behind his anti-Semitism prove that he was an insane man who blamed Jews for all the evil in the world. Hitler’s belief led to the Holocaust that killed millions of people after World War I. One of the biggest theory of why Hitler hated Jews, was because he believed them to be the cause of Germany’s loss in WWI. Hitler believes Jews were behind the ultimate victory of the Allies.
In all, the war was horrible, but to understand why the war happened, one must start from the beginning. There are many reasons why World War II started. To put into a big category, the main cause of the war is the first world war. The countries reluctantly signed the Treaty of Versailles, also known as the Peace of Paris, because it did not satisfy any country (History.com, 2009). After World War I, many countries were indebted and economically poor; this is known as the Great Depression.
All these brave people faced harsh punishments such as being hung, shot, or killed with poisonous gas. To conclude, concentration camps did horrible thing to people just because Hitler did see them as "desirable", Hitler thought that we should live in a world without Jews. So he sent them to concentration camps. They lived in harsh conditions. They went through harsh labor that killed most of the people.
Leading them to be the target of termination. Nazi concentration camps and Japanese internment camps are not essentially the same thing by reasons people moved, the treatment, and conditions. Nazi concentration camps and Japanese internment are not essentially the same thing because they were moved out of different reasons. Hitler had hate against the Jewish people. Hitler thought that Jews were causing most of Germany’s
What was the Final solution? Well to start off it was the master plan of the Nazis to annihilate the Jewish people. The final solution was implemented by a group of germans at the Wannsee convention center in Berlin. It started out as just an idea, but then became the sole plan for the Nazi regime. And like any plan, there is steps that lead to the conclusion of that plan.
The invasion of Europe to defeat the German Army had begun. America was successful in battles against German forces and would continue to push forward towards Germany. The German Commander, Adolph Hitler, did not anticipate the Allied forces being able to push the German Army back so quickly. Slowly but surely, the Allied forces were pushing back the German Army which was making the German commander very frustrated. Hitler knew he would need to come up with a plan to push back or split Allied forces.