There was no country involved in World War II that did not use propaganda in some form. Hitler made wide sweeps of propaganda to keep himself in perfect light and his enemies oppressed. Hitler’s main way of spreading propaganda early on was through his public speeches. He held a powerful and charismatic voice that convinced many Germans that he could solve the country’s problems after World War I.
There was no country involved in World War II that did not use propaganda in some form. Hitler made wide sweeps of propaganda to keep himself in perfect light and his enemies oppressed. Hitler’s main way of spreading propaganda early on was through his public speeches. He held a powerful and charismatic voice that convinced many Germans that he could solve the country’s problems after World War
Causes of German Fascism? Fascism is refers to a part of [ ]people for benefits, as a group and use various kinds of social contradictions and people 's desire to expand the group that reached a control state, law and military purpose. The social chaos in World War II lead to fascism rise in power. Fascist believe that the country is sacred, they can sacrifice even their lives to defend the glory of the country (such as the samurai hara-kiri) , but this doctrine often incomplete and undemocratic.
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. You could not see, hear, or say anything that would harm the Nazi party.
Hitler was explaining to the people of Germany the actions he took and justifications of his actions towards abolition of the Treaty of Versailles. The speech showed that Hitler, the leader of Germany, had planned to abolish the Treaty of Versailles which weakened Germany immensely. To bring prosperity to Germany again, Hitler decided to reverse everything the treaty had done to Germany. The speech by Hitler showed his pride and there was hint of him rejoicing in his own achievement that he did not just pay lips service, but delivered what he promised the people.
The Treaty of Versailles is one of the main reasons Hitler rose to power. It saw Germany face territorial losses, reparations of the damaged, which were caused by the war, and is known to be the blame for starting World War I. It provided a rich material for Hitler to use to gain support of the people.
All hail Hitler, how many times have you heard people talking about all the things Hitler has done. To begin with, one could think how it was possible Hitler gained so much power from his people. Hitler begins his speech by reeling his people in by saying, “At a time when only deeds count and words are of little importance, it is not my intention to appear before you, the elected representatives of the German people, more often than absolutely necessary.” (Hitler p 1) Hitler’s speeches were always very well thought out and organized. In this speech Hitler started by reassuring his people that his intentions were pure and good desires, also convicting the enemy.
Hitler led a regime of German people to conform against other people with different religions, ethnicities, and sexualities. Hitler was an idol for Germany and Jewish people were the scapegoats for Germany’s problems. Hitler convinced and manipulated millions of people to fight for his agenda. Hitler directed the minds of his followers to support a cause that killed millions of people which is now known as the Holocaust. Hitler was able to execute his plans for the Holocaust because of the aid from others which was demonstrated by Nazi leaders, the German military, and the Axis powers.
Furthermore, Adolf Hitler was able to trust Rudolf Hess with many crucial tasks. After Adolf Hitler tried taking over Germany, him and Rudolf Hess were imprisoned together. While there, Rudolf Hess helped Adolf Hitler write his book, Mein Kampf (UXL Biographies 2). This was like a test for Adolf Hitler.
The second world war facilitated one of the largest changes in history ever known to the civilized human being, much more so that the implications of World War I. The rise of Germany after its first defeat was far more powerful than that of the first. A country in economic ruin was revived by the leadership of Adolf Hitler and his Nazi party. The party was not only restricted to specialized people within Germany, but the creation of the SS allowed thousands of Germans to become part of the Nazi party. The SS was Hitler’s backbone from his leadership to carrying out beliefs that were made to exterminate jews, to fighting a war against the allied nations in Europe.
Resource A: excerpt from Rena’s Promise: A Story of Sisters in Auschwitz Rena asked the Nazis about finding her belongings later because she was worried about her belongings and notices it would be difficult to locate hers from the others since the pile was multiplying. This is shown when the author wrote, “I place mine upright, neatly, next to the growing pile then ask one of the SS guards, ‘How are we going to find our suitcases later?’ ”. This shows that Rena is concerned about her suitcase because she doesn’t want to lose her things. That is why Rena asked one of the SS guards about her suitcase so quickly.