He labeled Jews as money hungry individuals since they were able to have well-paying occupations that were outside of Christian law. As Hitler continued to spread these theories, many documents expressing Jewish conspiracy theories stating that they planned to take over the world emerged in the press. This portrayal of the Jews allowed Hitler to move towards ideas of the German population being the master race. Since Hitler emphasized that the Germans were above everyone else, he stated that the threat of outside groups, such as the Jews, would prevent them from reaching their superior status. After gaining support of his ideas from the German population and claiming his power, the Nazi Party passed Anti-Jewish policies from 1933 to 1939.
Hitler thought that Germans were superior to everyone and that no one else amounted to them. Many theories to why Hitler hated Jews are present today. One theory is that the Jews were the cause of the economic downfall in Germany and that Hitler blamed them for the overall loss of World War I. Another theory was the conformity of race and that only people of Nordic decent were worthy and pure. Whichever the true theory, this led to many impacts on cultures and societies all over.
The holocaust was the result of hate, miss-understanding, and anti-Semitism in government however the idea or thinking from the leader of it nation Adolf Hitler about that the root of all the country’s problems was the Jews. Final Solution According to the history the
Hitler promised the struggles they faced after the first World War would go away, and they would prosper as a society. Hitler promised revenge against those he claimed had done this to the German people. Hitler was able to use propaganda to motivate the German people to follow him. The citizens of Germany gladly gave Hitler control of their lives for the promise of security and wealth. Once incremental control was relinquished to Hitler, his government took large steps and then total control over German
January 30, 1933 Hitler was appointed Chancellor of Germany (1). This was a turning point in Germany 's political system. Hitler had a very strong stance on what he perceived as the “perfect race”. He was a part of the Nationalist Socialist (Nazi) Party, and they believed that the Jews, Gypsies, the handicapped and any others that were deemed undesirable should not be a part of their society. When Hitler got into power he began the implementation of policies that were aimed at removing Jews and other people that didn’t fit his idea of a perfect race from Germany.
History is comprised of so many figures and personalities who have made their mark – positively and negatively. Some people have made such a profound impact that their names become immemorial. Such is the case Benito Mussolini, the Italian dictator during the Second World War. His domestic and foreign policies at a time of war and turmoil that followed made him a name worthy of history books, even if these paint him in the negative light. His fascist focus and how he utilized this to manipulate Italians and the world, conveying the message that Italy no longer relies on class warfare and everyone is on an equal footing was appalling and amazing at the same time.
Although these dictators were initiating so much atrocious, and ferocious trials, people were blinded and ready for a change. They believed that if they respected these powerful men, they would be pulled out of the depressions that the first world war had begun. Their minds were fixed on the well-being of their country and their families, not knowing just how immoral the massacres in these countries would be. Hopefulness kept them inaudible. Soviet Communism and European fascism was the deadliest method of government in history and succeeded merely payable to fright and anticipation for a recovered life after the
The author explains, for those people who do stuff that harms other becomes cruel. There are many reasons why people behave like this, the reason might be lack of happiness, etc. The author provides examples or some evidences, when Hitler killed millions of Jews and soldiers for just to become powerful, or when Gandhi, Martin Luther king, etc were assassinated in front of their eyes for doing that no one could imagine. Those examples tells us why this world needs more educated peoples to run a group or community for a good reason. I agree with Wiesel because we see this in communist countries.
Nationalism is extreme pride in one’s nationality or country and I think this is the most important contributing because each country wants to prove how they are better than one another so they are willing to go through any odds including war. For example in Fascist Germany, Adolf Hitler wanted to rebuild Germany which involved democracies that were weak, he incorporated communism which did not help the Nazis grow, and included the November Criminals who signed a treaty for Jews as being evil. He projected all the problems in Germany were caused by the Jews which started commotion. Benito Mussolini who was a dictator to Italy wanted to bring all glory back to Italy and rebuild the Holy Roman Empire. He suppressed rival parties, muzzled the
The Nazis also thought, that the Jewish Religion was irrelevant, and the Nazis attributed a wide variety of negative stereotypes. This is a stepping stone for us, Americans to stand up and help the Allied Forces to break free the Jews. The true individual freedom cannot exist without economic security and independence. People who are hungry and out of a job are the stuff of which dictatorships are made. This is where we should be as Americans to have the ability to be dependent on when another allied country is in the time of distress and need of help.