Propaganda was also in forms of cartoons . Cartons were in newspapers that nazi had control over. In the cartoons it told nothing but lies about jews and that they do not belong in the german society because they they were subhuman to the nazis. Propaganda was not just mainly about jews but it was for Siniti and Gypsies , political dissidents, and gays. They believed that this would be harmful to the health of the society.Although Nazi germany was heaven to germans, it was a living hell to others , such as the untermensch, the jews, African people, basically anyone who was not a German.
Before and during the 2nd world war, Germany used speeches and propaganda to earn the love of their citizens and slightly induce them the Jew dehumanization. Germans used media as a tool to manipulate their people in order to achieve the steps needed to achieve a Genocide. Besides, German media hid and manipulated information to their people and the world to achieve their evil goals without the world knowing what they were truly doing. The holocaust was… the perfect genocide. Germany used speeches and propaganda to earn the love of their citizens and slightly induce them the Jew dehumanization.
In the past, innocent people got persecuted by the hands of other individuals because of hatred. These terrible actions started because of the pure hatred, lack of knowledge, and people didn’t fight back. Since, this happened people have lost their lives for example 9/11, Pearl Harbor, and shooting that is going on. “If we learn nothing else from this tragedy, we learn that life is short and there is no time for hate”. Nazi ideology started Propaganda causing discrimination and hate which justified genocide, which led 6.3 millions Jews killed.
The book states that the Nuremberg trials were indeed fair to the defence however, the allies used the trials as political vengeance. The second part of the book goes into analysing the achievements of Nuremberg and the misapprehensions. These misapprehensions are critiqued in terms of the behaviour governments have with the lack of law against nuclear weapons. If Nuremberg set out to achieve a new mindset with war and peace, why are there no sanctions against nuclear weaponry? This book was essential in understanding how the trials set an example for future international law against warfare.
Despite the many theories about the purpose of the Holocaust, the real purpose make those who weren’t members of the Master Race fear the Nazi Regime, to force them to obey the Nazi’s without question. Many believe that the Nazis were the cause and started World War II. These people believe that the Nazis are to be held responsible for the holocaust
The Tuskegee Syphillis Study, the Nazi scientific experiments on Prisoners of War during the Second World War are all extreme cases that exaggerate the need for an ethical approach with regard to health. The argument behind conspiracy theories is that diseases may be man made for purpose of experimentation or scientism for the acquisition of knowledge. Other than the immoral and unethical implications as highlighted by these studies, the need for absolute permeability to access treatment is highlighted This is particularly salient in the Tuskegee Syphillis Study in which the sample was not treated for the disease. Although the issues have been debated and opaque nature of seeking treatment has been debunked, there still exists several several factors which prevents persons from seeking treatment which may be rooted in fear of stigmatization, prejudice and/ or discrimination. This is especially the case with sexually transmitted diseases and sexually transmitted infection, where cultures portray sex as taboo.
Arguably, one of the most well-known experiments regarding the tendency of humans to inflict harm upon strangers under orders from perceived authority figures is Stanley Milgram’s electric shock experiments in 1963 (Smith, Aquino, Koleva & Graham, 2014). The experiment was based on the Nuremberg Trials, wherein the Nazi soldiers on trial claimed that they were only following orders, and as such implied a lesser role in their crimes during the Holocaust. While there are many factors that influence injustice against a people, in this paper, the role of moral exclusion will be examined in detail in order to ascertain how those excluded from powerful groups by virtue of their lineage and race could then be subjected to significant harm, and perhaps
“A major priority of the Nazi Party was to eliminate racially inferior groups in Germany and across Europe. Discuss how and why they did this” The Nazi part prosecuted many racial and social groups during their reign from 1933-1945. The Nazi party followed their beliefs that there was a superior race called the Aryan race and used Charles Darwin’s theory of Social Darwinism to prosecute these groups. In this essay I will discuss the prosecution of the Jewish people, the homosexuals and the gypsies (Roma) and how and why they did this. The persecution of the Jewish people began when the Nazi Party blamed them for spreading defeatism nearing the end of WW1.
The Milgram 's obedience study showed that Stanley Milgram, a professor conducted an experiment to show how people can be influence by obedience to authority. Milgram set out to prove that an individual can carry out orders given, even though he or she knows that it is a inhuman test that is being given. The people used in this experiment were deceive from the start of Milgram test and his work was identified by Roger Brown as 'the most important psychological research ' done in his generation. Milgram had murdered thousand and thousand of European Jews, he had recruited 780 subjects and wanted to prove that these New Haven citizen transformed into brutal Nazis without much difficulties, Soc. (2013)50:623).
Germany’s Gesetz zur Verhütung erbkranken Nachwuchses, or Law for the Prevention of Genetically Diseased offspring, considered vague and poorly defined criteria like “Congenital Mental Deficiency” as entirely valid criteria for forced sterilization (Miller, 193). However, while America’s largest eugenics-based atrocities mostly are restrained to sterilization, Nazi Germany had no such limitations. After making efforts to sterilize those that were seen as Die Untermenschen, or “sub-humans”, Germany expanded their efforts to remove those human elements that were seen as more useful alive than dead. Championing an Aryan “master race”, Nazi Germany opened exterminations camps and systematically murdered those were who were not only seen as racially inferior, but socially useless. Jews, homosexuals, criminals, political opponents, and many more were sent to work in backbreaking labor efforts if able, and were murdered if