There were several camera angles used by Riefenstahl such as wide angle, close up and low angle. The camera was looking upward mostly when Hitler was speaking to indicate that he is superior, and this unintentionally forces people to look up at him. To show that everyone is equally important Riefenstahl resorted to close ups on people's faces. When she shoots scenes of young children, it was to give a sense of a bright future and of old soldiers to give a sense of safety. Finally, the use of the wide-angle view filmed a huge number of Germans of different backgrounds to show that Germans of all ages, color and gender were present to support Hitler.
Richard Wagner once said ‘the Jew is the demon behind the corruption of mankind’”. This portrays the view that was supported by many Nazi leaders and followers that the Jews as a race placed a threat to the ‘Aryan’ people and that they shouldn’t come into contact with him, hence the introduction of certain laws which prohibited this. Another quote taken from the film states “Parallel to these Jewish wanderings throughout the world is the migration of… a similarly restless animal: the rat.”. in the film the Jews as a race are compared to the species of rats for several reasons. One is because they live in ‘bug-ridden dwellings’ and also because the wander across different continents in hoards looking for a place to migrate to.
So Hitler made that his Final Solution and gave speeches about it. His speeches gained him and his party more and more followers. Nazi propaganda was very effective because it made Germans out to be the higher race and made Hitler out to be their Savior. To help Hitler reach his goal, Joseph Goebbels was appointed to Minister of Propaganda and National Enlightenment. It was his job to make sure that everything anyone heard about the Nazi’s was positive and mannerly.
Nationalism is something that stimulate people to love, respect and proud in their nation such as language that related to nationalism among people by history, culture or face the problem together. Later on nationalism was found in every nation when national felt like their nation were threaten by other nation or same nation so they will gather together and this is called “Nationalism”. There were two kinds of nationalism in 19th century Europe are people wanted their independent and the power nation needed to dominate other country such as nationalism of Serbian and nationalism of German. “Nationalism means being a strong supporter of the rights and interests of one 's country.” According this quote related to meaning of nationalism because nationalism defined as a group or nation who love in their culture, belief in their traditional, language, and especially is their independence or people who wanted to control others country. World War I began in August, 1914 and ended in November, 1918 caused by conflict of countries in Europe and spread to other countries more than 30 countries worldwide.
This refers to the people on the concentration camps. Swastikas to those who were on his side. Symbols of hate, humanity and hope which is also known as the “3 H’S”. Hate: the Swastika was a symbol for hatred for people who didn’t support Hiltler. It also stads for what the Nazi’s supported such as finding a scapegoat e.g Jews for the lose of world war one.
Convincing the German people that Jews were subhuman was vital to the dehumanization, and ultimately, the attempted elimination of the Jewish People. To add, associating the jewish people with rats and other forms of vermin sparked fear regarding public health and safety within communities, communities that had already been convinced that the jews are responsible for ruining the German economy. 3) Survival Did the author received any help to survive?
Albert Einstein is part of the world, I told myself. President Roosevelt is part of the world. The millions of soldiers fighting Hitler are part of the world.”(138) Even though this may not be true, Reuven was able to think for himself at all times. In his relationship with Danny he was able to smartly be his friend so as to enhance Danny’s knowledge. Reuven is a brilliant character that made many smart
Hitler hated the Jews so much, for many different reasons, that he'd torture them and most of the time he'd execute them. “Germany's problems are all caused by the Jews.”, Hitler would say. He believed that Jews started World War I. He also thought that they started Great Depression. People led on to believe him.
660). On the other hand, Napoleon also spread the seeds of nationalism to his enemies and even the states that were not unified. As the German States were opposing Napoleon, they found out that they actually shared a lot common interests and identities (Butler). As a result, the spirit of nationalism grew and the seeds were planted until they all blossomed in the German unification. This was a step Napoleon took toward democracy because, to a certain degree, nationalism is a necessity for democracy since it provides trust and a sense of belonging to a human being to represent and participate in the social
It is bad that Bruno is so naive about everything happening in the Holocaust and at the camp because it leads to the death of Bruno, and Bruno says very rude and foolish things. In the book the Boy in the Striped Pajamas, it was bad Bruno was naive about the Holocaust because it lead to his death. Bruno didn’t fully understand how dangerous and bad the camp was. Bruno
Weems receives the credit for the cherry tree myth that so many of us know to this very day and use this to give an exaggerated reason for Washington 's honesty. He used this wild story to gain any small amount of wealth he could grab from the unsuspecting people of this time. He weaved stories to teach lessons on behalf of Washington to further his point that he was such a great leader. President Abraham Lincoln admitted to reading the stories as a young boy to help shape him into the great president he had later become. By making up these stories to heighten Washington’s stature, people admired and perceived him as a religious man, even though there is no evidence to support that he was a devout Christian.
The Great Gatsby, by a F. Scott Fitzgerald, is a novel that goes way back to the roaring twenties in New York right before The Great Depression. The roaring twenties was a time of much excitement and much fun as America was leaning toward becoming even greater. Those days were so much different compared to today because of what was going on and how people were able to live. The concept of “The American Dream” has always been around as citizens who were born on U.S. soil and immigrants from other nations coming to the U.S. looking for a fresh start and a better life with more opportunities. Everybody wanted “The American Dream” so that his or her families would be able to pass it on to future generations.