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. These laws were intended to exclude Jews from accessing political and social communities in Germany. These laws stated that German citizenship was to be based
Since the Treaty of Versailles was signed, many German civilians have hated it so much. When Hitler started to get more recognized he said how he would make everything better and break the treaty. Many people began to follow him because he was saying how he would fix everything. He promised to end unemployment. Which he did eventually, but using a lot of propaganda.
Germany lost opportunities to fix its’ economy because of losing land, and Germans wanted the land back, which is exploited by Hitler by saying he was in favor of war do they could get the land back. Paying reparations caused Germans to lose self-respect and made them angry. Hitler again exploits the Germans displeasure by discontinuing the payments. Again, the Germans are exploited by Hitler by restoring pride when they had been humiliated for being blamed for the war. This caused many Germans to accept the Nazi regime and probably join the army.
Several laws were made, and they were strictly enforced. One law was the “Prevention of Hereditarily Diseased Offspring.” This law was established to “’get rid’ of the disabled, whom were considered ‘life unworthy of living.’ (Wikipedia: Propaganda in Nazi Germany) Also, the “Ministry of Propaganda” was established by the Third Reich to “enforce Nazi idealology.” (Wikipedia: Propaganda in Nazi Germany) This Ministry controlled almost all forms of media to monitor the content that was exposed to the German population. As the war became more intense, “the increasing hardship called for more propaganda that the war was forced on Germans by refusal of foreign powers to accept their strength and independence.” (Wikipedia) With all of these misleading claims and prejudices, all of Germany was fed lies from a person and group they admired and
This happened after the great depression, the Germans were looking for a change desperate and in need of help. Hitler became that person and gained a large following.When it was time for elections Hitler won the elections and was now their new leader. The two armies were very similar in there rise except the Taliban 's rise was non political and like the Nazi’s rise had a lot to do with manipulation. The Taliban rise to power started after a devastating earthquake that hurt many, when no one would help, they did. Everybody was tricked and put into their lies and they thought they could trust these men, but when they gained the trust of others they began voicing their opinions and putting down restrictions.
I was born in Mannheim, Germany. I am educated in architectural studies at the Institute of Technology in Karlsruhe, and later at the Universities of Munich and Berlin. I was Inspired by Adolf Hitler’s oratory power, so I joined the National Socialist party [NAZI] in January 1931. I believed Hitler and the Nazis could answer the communist threat and restore the glory of the German empire that he considered lacking under the Weimar Republic. Speer quickly proved his worth by his efficient and creative staging of Nazi events.
Both Hitler and his Nazi party and the Lord 's Resistance Army are extremist groups but in what way did they gain support and power? When we think of Hitler in the 20th century, the first thing we think of is how the Nazi party is an extremist group. It was a group that came to power in Germany because of a world wide economic depression and desperation amongst citizens. If you look at the 21st century, many extremist groups can be found that rule and came to power the same way hitler did. For example: The Lord 's Resistance army.
Due to Zionism many Germans began to think that Jews want to take over the world. German unity also helped with the rise of Anti-Semitism in the mid-1800s. Before the German people were unified the country did not have a single nation but many different German speaking kingdoms. Nationalist in Germany wanted all the kingdoms to come together and make one big Germany to combat other European super powers such as France, Britain, and Russia. The road to German unification was not easy and when thing became ruff, the German people blamed their problems on the Jews.
Before Hitler found the National Socialist Party in 1933, he was employed as a propaganda official in the German Workers Party and thought of it as being the most important division. In chapter 6 of Mein Kampf, Hitler’s personal memoir, he states “All propaganda must be popular and its intellectual level must be adjusted to the most intelligence among those it is addressed to”, basically stating that the reason for propaganda working so efficiently is due to the fact that the masses were narrow minded, of limited intelligence as a whole. As mentioned before, Hitler’s goal was to create a “national community”, his approach of strategy was to focus on the German citizens who were already “national minded” before he could move on with his plan of propaganda, this of course leading to Anti- Semitic propaganda. To make their “national community” stronger Hitler believed that they had to weed out and exclude those categorized as “undesirables”, this was done through Anti- Semitisms. It’s important to understand that Anti- Semitisms existed in Europe long before the rise of Hitler’s ideology.
Rulers of Japan, Italy and Germany had totalitarianism government because they made sure the citizens heard what the rulers wanted them to hear. They felt it was the right thing to do and took it to a extreme level. Totalitarianism was one example of what started World War II. The Russian revolution was another example of what help builded up World War II. During the Russian revolution there was a shortage of food, poor leadership and corruption.