He blamed the Jews that they did not fight for them, but it wasn’t true. It became a Nazi theme propaganda. Many of the German Jews fought the battle. The Germans were so humiliated and Hitler joined the He then joined the National Socialist workers party (Nazi party), which was for a group of young men. Germany had to get rid of their emperor.
110). After a few clashes with the United States, to justify their actions the German government stated that the German army did what was legitimate. Reports issued showed that the evidence found was fabricated and that the claim of the Germans of being ambushed by the francs-tireurs and believing that it was a civilian resistance was totally not true. Finally it found that Germany attacked all the civilians deliberately in order to dominate them. Multiple reports came out stating that the German soldiers did a great physical damage to civilians and were responsible for brutally killing a large number of people mercilessly.
“Those who want to live, let them fight, and those who do not want to fight in this world of eternal struggle do not deserve to live.” -Hitler. These words spoken by Hitler were the end of Jews. But I bet you didn’t know that he wasn 't the main reason the Holocaust happened. The Top SS Officers, The Allies and Hitler were the reasons the Holocaust happened. “ Dr. Mengele, the notorious Dr. Mengele.
He brought destruction and ruined the love we had for one another. Soon all the positive and joyful feeling would be brought to an end for a period of time. Hitler had many motives to kill Jews just because he didn't like it. Hitler hated homosexuals and handicap people because they were too low of a class for him. He felt like the Jews were unsettling people and influence challenging ideas he didn't like.
The Holocaust is an excellent example of the epic battle of man versus man, where the Jews are forced to face the Nazis and the other Jews fighting for survival. To begin with, it is easy to see that Hitler had no regards for the lives of the Jews. He was blinded by their race and
Clearly, truth was of the highest importance to Böll and he held in his heart great contempt for those who attempted to twist or alter it. From a very young age during World War II, Böll had a “strong opposition to the Nazis. Whenever possible, he avoided participating in the Hitler Youth.” (Michaels) Since then, the Nazis’ terrible oppressive and deceitful nature left a considerable mark on Böll and his outlook on his homeland. He believes Germany must never forget its horrific past, especially the treachery that was preached upon the general public during that time. Böll makes a clear comparison to this in “The Balek Scales.” When the protagonist of the short story reveals to his fellow proletarians that they were exploited by the Baleks, they begin repeatedly reciting, “The justice of this earth, O Lord, hath put Thee to death,”(Böll).
When people think of Adolf Hitler, they think of World War 2 and cruelty towards Jewish people, in other words, torture. He was certainly extremely vile, as he proved in the devastating Holocaust, but he had some devious tactics for gaining power and a vast colony. Hitler was, in some ways, a tactical genius. Today I will share with you some of his apparently unbeatable tactics. Hitler had many goals since being a soldier in Germany’s loss of World War 1.
However, thinking about this phrase critically it does relate to Plato’s Allegory of the Cave and more importantly, to our culture today. The danger comes in our culture, when people begin to become content with ignorance, and never seek for understanding beyond their own perception. This one fissure in a person’s, or even society’s, mindset can be the open door for a plethora of evil. Even one of the deadliest dictators in history, Adolf Hitler, revealed how this weakness is taken advantage of, “How fortunate for governments that the people they administer don’t think.” (Hitler). Specifically, social media and the media itself are partaking in shaping the prisoners’ mindsets by releasing half-truths or shadows onto the wall of people’s minds.
Every enemy was demonised. This was usually done with posters and flyers constantly associating them with skulls and monsters, so that even if nobody read them, Germans would still have those associations built up against their enemies. Hitler made everyone believe that his cause would be the best course of action for Germany to take in recovery. One of the themes used in this was the idea of their “Ideal” Aryan race. His campaigns were so successful that even at the end of the war, when his misdoings were shared with the world, many Germans still saw him as a savior and true hero of Germany.
Germans had allowed Hitlers’ party to be their government structure because Hitler had promised to solve their economic problems. He had used many effective strategies to do so such as brainwashing, telling people they were superior race, and using dictatorships. The Nazi Party could have been avoided if the politicians weren’t so concerned with losing, and thinking they could control Hitler, which is now know that they couldn’t. It’s important to study the Nazi power so we can stop the ideology that one race is superior and help prevent another massacre. Consequently, with all that’s been said it has become evident that in every case of totalitarianism there were wars or massacres that could may or may not have been easily avoided depending on the point of view.
“All the war-propaganda, all the screaming, lies, and hatred, comes invariably from people who are not fighting.”- George Orwell. This quote means that all the war-propaganda comes from the “people not fighting”, who are also known as propagandists. The propagandists are the cause of the fighting, screaming, lies, and hatred because they used propaganda to manipulate the people. The propagandist would not have to fight because the people that they have manipulated into believing in their ideas would fight for them. When the Nazis used propaganda to manipulate the German citizens, to believe that the Jews were the economic problem of Germany, this made the Germans fear and hate them.
Holocaust survivor Primo Levi once said, “Monsters exist, but they are too few in number to be truly dangerous. More dangerous are the common men, the functionaries ready to believe and to act without asking questions.” Throughout history the many have followed the few, the powerful individuals have been able to manipulate our views and change our morals, no matter how flawed the ideals may be. Specifically, there have been instances of human history where an incompetent leader has been able to take advantage of human nature and direct misinformed populations to commit atrocities. For instance, during World War Two, Adolf Hitler convinced millions of Germans that the Jewish people were responsible for German hardships, this led to genocide
An example of a false representation of the dictator is Stalin or Hitler. They both showed pride with posters, books, for the public to convince on how they were such good leaders but really they were not as they had killed millions, in The Holocaust or Stalin Purges. (OI) Trujillo was one of those guys, and he affected Alvarez mother as pulling her into this trap of mesmerising him as a hero.
I’ve never let a friend down like that before. Shmuel, I’m ashamed of myself. (pg 175)” This draws a defined line between Bruno and his father and the Nazi’s who mass murdered and hurt the Jewish population on a much larger scale but do not necessarily take responsibility for their terrible actions, and do not apologize. Bruno had only indirectly hurt Shmuel on a small scale, but feels immensely apologetic in his actions and asks for forgiveness. This shows that Bruno is not a puppet, because a Nazi loyal to Hitler would have never shown such and honest repentance for their actions, no matter how small it was.