While he dictated, the culture of Germany was changed. Hitler wanted to make the population all think and be one certain way. To make this happen he made, “ Musical performances, movies, and other cultural public activities...all meant to make German’s brains exactly like the Nazi, eliminating any other thought of anti-government”(1). By controlling what people watched and read, Hitler brainwashed Germans to think positively of him and the Nazi’s. The population was not able to freely read or watch any sort of literature or other arts.
The doctor that was trying to heal Klara was Jewish, but despite his race, Hitler was appreciative for the care that the doctor provided because he had not yet developed a detestation towards the Jews (Weinberg). Hitler was schooled as a young boy, but he did not finish his high school education because he moved to Vienna, Austria, when he was 18 and attempted to get into the arts academy (Weinberg). Instead he was rejected, and his rejection into the arts academy left him with ample time to ponder his political and racial views (Weinberg). It is in Vienna, where Hitler’s racist and anti-Semitic ideas began to formulate (Weinberg). In addition, Hitler studied German politician’s methods and ideas in his free time, and because of this studying, Hitler learned how to please the people, the democratic process, and he developed an abhorrence towards the Slavic people.
Ill be talking in this essay about how hitler’s speech and persuasiveness in general effect Germany and effect the people. how he used different ways to gain trust of the people of Germany and trick them at the end, ill be talking about how he tricked them about hating the jews cause they needed the money. it all started 95 years on February 1920, Hitler became the leader of the nazi party platform to a large, had a large crowd Munich, which is also known as the foundation of Naziism. In that speech hitler gave promises and gave the people this idea that he’s going to be a great leader he gave his aims and goals and gave promises and he’ll fulfill in the future, this gave the people of Germany hope that Germany will succeed not like how it fell in the last war. Hitler became taking out all People who would be
The Nazis came to power in the year 1933. The Nazi’s reign of Germany was from 1933-1945. Soon after Adolf Hitler was appointed Chancellor of Germany, he became the leader of the Nazi party. This is how the Nazis came to reign in 1933, which throughout its they disrespected Jews.
Peter Müller of Swing Kids At the start of the 1930s, Germany began to experience the effects of the worldwide economic depression. The government at the time, the Weimar Republic, was perceived as weak to many Germans, and the democratic rule was unable to provide the country with a solution to its economic despair. With the Weimar Republic’s lack of popularity and the increasing anger and impatience amongst Germans, Adolf Hitler offered false promises of a prosperous future that raised the hopes of German people. Hitler and the Nazi Party’s claims and encouraging economic policies gained support quickly. In 1933, Hitler was elected chancellor and the Nazi Party became the ruling party in Germany.
In book one, the author lays out Adolf Hitler’s early life including his rise in power alongside the rise of the Third Reich, born in January 30, 1933, which lasted for twelve years although it was bragged to endure for thousands more (Shirer,5). It was, in book one, that the author presents to us how Hitler became anti-Semitic man as he sees them [jews] as a, “...moral stain on this ‘chosen people’. (Shirer,26). It was in Munich where the Austrian man blinded with lust for power recited his overpowering speeches drilling simple ideas constantly that would eventually win the faith and loyalty of almost all of German
But the Bolshevik Revolution itself took advantage of the right conditions in Russia, in order to insure success. This goes to show that rising to power, gaining full totalitarian power calls for the right conditions and according methods to be applied. When Hitler rose to power in Germany in 1933, it had been in preparation for 16 years, and had required a series of changes to be made within Germany. The years of crisis for the Weimar Republic as well as the crash of Wall Street in 1929, help explain the conditions that allowed Hitler to rise to power. The methods used include propaganda, promises, and scapegoating as well as the measures taken following the election in 1930.
In “Nazi Germany,” the author says “Posters were used to attract more members and membership rose from 5,000 in 1925 to 25,000 in 1930. When the Nazis came to power in 1933 other youth groups were forcibly merged into the Hitler Youth by the end of 1933, membership stood at just over two million” (“Nazi Germany”). In just eight years Hitler rose to power in Germany and got a whole nation to follow him. According to “The Structures of Control in the Nazi State,” “Hitler introduced many policies and measures to ensure the Nazis remained in control, once he declared himself Führer. These measures dealt with political opponents, as well as ordinary people, who suddenly found their private, social and working lives controlled by the Nazis” (“The Structures of Control in the Nazi State”).
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.
Bystanders during this dreadful disaster did not stand up against the Nazis and their collaborators. This action of silence encouraged more people to follow, which lead to Hitler and the Nazi Party’s rise to power without having to face formidable opposition. Following the Nazi Party’s rise to power, the Holocaust began to take form. Fueled by hatred, intolerance, and anti-semitic beliefs under Adolf Hitler’s rule,