Loyalty In Nazi Germany

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Loyalty, like almost any other emotion, can be misconstrued and abused. When Hitler took control of Germany, the German people showed loyalty and trust in his ideas. But by the end of WWII, the German people did not fully agree with Hitler's ideals and actions, yet were too afraid of punishment to call him and, and couldn't stop him. Hitler is an example of abused loyalty. A better example of true loyalty would be when a best friend does an unhealthy act, but the other friend stops them to question their behavior. If a person was thinking of cheating on a test, a loyal friend would take the time to talk them down from the idea, and help them study for the test instead. Loyal people do not stand by when the subject of loyalty is in need, but

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