The majority of the youth became brainwashed with ideas of racism and Aryan superiority. Due to the formation of the Hitler Youth group, education which taught hatred towards Jews, and media, including movies, books, and theatre, the mind of Germany’s youth were shaped according to Hitler’s convictions. Hitler’s captivity of the youth’s spirit created a poisonous atmosphere in Germany in which Nazi propaganda completely dominated the perspective of society. Ultimately, Nazi propaganda enabled Hitler to mobilize German society to willingly participate in a lengthy and bloody war in which the German people remained loyal until the end. Only the bitter defeat and occupation of Germany’s capital Berlin, and Hitler’s suicide finally broke the spell that dominated Germany for twelve
As a result, one can deduce that the Appeasement policy agreed between Neville Chamberlain and Adolf Hitler was both a feasible and non-feasible approach from both sides; both having pros and cons and different results if they acted differently towards the policy. In the eyes and views of many historians and analysts of World War II and Neville Chamberlain’s Appeasement policy with Adolf Hitler, many say that the appeasement was the right choice during the inter-war period because it was “based on traditional perceptions of foreign interests and a rational assessment of military means and political will.” REF The people of Great Britain did not want to suffer another war, having already been hit harshly from World War I, hence, allowing the cabinet to use terms of negotiation with Adolf Hitler’s Nazi Germany and form some sort of “peace” between one
he also used propaganda to help people join his party. the way to Hitler Rise in power was quite unique because Germany needed a strong leader after them falling into the depression, Hitler getting status in the German Workers Party and how he control over the government. After World War II Germany was destroyed with a huge bill to pay for the war, land getting taken from Germany, Germany Army being restricted to a smaller amount of people. Germany was bankrupt with it 's on money worthless. many of the German people felt humiliated Germany has become.
Because of the war Hitler was able to offer himself as a soldier an ordinary man, and represent the generation of the beaten soldiers of the trenches from within, during and after the war. The people of Germany saw him as a person who came from nowhere to a life of a radical activist on the right of German politics. Hitler's principal lieutenants; Hermann Göring, Rudolf Heß, Ernst Röhm all had served in the military and their experiences appealed to the eight million voters who were war veterans following the war and while all were focused on the rise to power of Adolf Hitler and the capture of state power and the Nazi movement in 1933 the world failed to see the marking one of the most famous, and appalling, turning points in modern history from within a power framework. All three articles examined and are in agreement that Hitler did not come to power by virtue of some deterministic set of impersonal forces, nor by a sequence of planned actions on the part of anyone, contrary to widespread belief, Hitler’s power was handed to him by the actions and negligence of the leading politicians at the time, specifically
Three reasons why opposing nations should have used collective security is because if Hitler were appeased, then he would continue to imperialise other nations. Secondly, collective security would have been used to stop the growth of power of Adolf Hitler, especially the size of his empire. Lastly, a civil revolution could be created inside of Hitler 's central source of power, Germany, only if force was taken. If nations continued to appease Adolf Hitler while he grew to power, he would continue to imperialise more and more nations. There wouldn’t be anything or anybody to stop him, so why should he stop taking over more land to grow his power.
Germany was ruled by the Nazi party from 1939 until the end of world war 2 in 1945.Adolf Hitler was a German politician who was the leader of the National Socialist Workers ' Party and Führer of Nazi Germany from 1934 to 1945. Hitler had imposed many new laws and policies, which could be treated as beneficial or disadvantageous, depending the group you belonged to (men, women, children, farmers, ect.) Germany was still suffering economically from the Great Depression and emotionally from the Treaty of Versailles. Both of these significant events left Germany in a state of bankruptcy, which left to 6 million people in Germany unemployed. Hitler and the Nazi party used this to their advantage by appealing to the working class of people.
When a fire started in the Reichstag building, Hitler used it as a way to start series of terrorist acts against politicians he considered enemies (“Hitler, Adolf”). Hitler claimed that these politicians were part of a Communist plan. By influencing the public, Hitler gained special powers to “protect the nation against possible Communist acts of violence” (“Hitler, Adolf”). Hitler went a long way by being influential. Anyone that he didn’t want alive, didn’t have much of a chance to survive.
INVESTIGATION Hitler officially became the undisputed leader of the party in 1933 after the law concerning the head of the state of the German Reich merged the positions of the president and the chancellor 1 . This, however, did not eradicate his reliance on subordinates to enact his “will”, and it is within this is where the notorious confusion in Nazi government lies, giving rise to the debate over the extent to which Hitler succeeded in creating a totalitarian government in that he exercised absolute control over all state institutions, subordinating all others to his authority2 .The historiography of this area is characterised by the debate between Intentionalists, who hold that the confusion within government was a tool of control used
In 1938 he began to take back land which had been taken away from Germany and as a result marched into Austria and after the Austrian leader asked Italy, France and Britain for help, Hitler promised that the union of Austria and Germany was the end of his expansionist agenda and since the other countries did not wish to risk war, they did not interfere (Smart 2000:41). After only six months, Hitler demanded that a region of Czechoslovakia called Sudetenland be given to Germany leading to the Munich Agreement that allowed Hitler to have Sudetenland as long as he does not invade the rest of Czechoslovakia (Smart 2000:40-41). However in 1939 Hitler invaded the rest of Czechoslovakia and still France and Britain would not take any action and instead decided to wait until Hitler invaded Poland in 1939. Hitler’s actions from the time of his rise to power and through WW2 shows how his individual human nature may be used to explain the cause of the war. It can be argued that he was not satisfied with the power he had and hence he sought to increase his power by invading other countries.
The government used the state education system to propagate Nazi ideology, improve steadfastness to Hitler and get ready a huge number of German young men for military administration. Hitler used education as a source to manipulate the mindset of German children being the youth of Germany. Teachers of Jewish origin, liberal or socialist political beliefs were bullied and frog-marched out of the profession. As the Nazis penetrated schooled they modeled the educational programs to pass their own values and political beliefs. Hitler's view on education is that it served a sole purpose to ensure that a child was loyal to the Nazi state to ensure guarantee the Third Reich lasted for 1000