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.”
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
“The more we do to you, the less you seem to believe we are doing it” (Joseph Mengele), is what the virtuous german people would think if they had been ready to give up hope. People of many races were targeted by the nazis for doing nothing wrong. The Nazis conducted experiments on subjects without consent from them and the weak races that became the targets not only panicked, but also lost their rights. Innocent people’s fate was becoming vague, as well as Germany becoming shrouded by a cloud of terror that developed from the violations of many people’s rights. With an iron fist ruling over Germany, the Nazi party abused their powers by taking away the people 's will when they introduced experimentations directed towards the weak and innocent,
The people were looking for someone to fix everything, and restore honor to the country. Hitler then convinced the people of Germany that he could do just that, and took power as Chancellor of Germany. He began subjecting those he disliked to intense prejudice and mistreatment. His rise to power began a period of terror for many individuals who practiced Judaism, had disabilities, or were different from his ideal image. The tactic of appeasement was not effective in subduing Hitler’s ambitions, and the other countries of the world could only ignore his inhumanity for so long before launching into another
In the timeline to the rise of Nazi Power Adolf Hitler is great key to the rise that gave all the Nazis motivation. Also with the great depression and the desperateness of all the Germans it led to great consequences. In the year 1918 World War II ended with Germany’s defeat. Injured pride caused small political parties to struggle for control. The government couldn’t handle the bad economy and the unlawfulness of the people.
President Ebert assisted in the creation of the Reichstag, the newly formed German government. This implemented the ally’s foremost ideas on how a country should be run, to a country which only recently lost a dictator. This dictator was worshipped as a god by his people and kept up their moral. This sudden change in culture
The Weimar Republic is a term which is referring to a period in German history when the government was a democratic republic governed by a constitution that was laid out in the German city of Weimar. The Weimar Republic was created at a hard and chaotic time, subsequent to the loss of the war and many people wished the government wouldn 't have signed the treaty. Hitler and the Nazis took advantage of this by promising to “reverse the treaty” which helped them gain support. The German people just wanted to get out of the starving, bankrupt tragedy and thought that Hitler would help with that. The Weimar Republic was one of the most important events that led up to Hitler and the Nazi Party along with World