Hitler left a huge legacy behind. Hitler wanted to create a superior race and this ideal lead to the the Holocaust. Hitler did not tolerate weakness. He wanted to prevent weakness in the next generation this meant training children early but this resulted in child-abuse. He also wanted to wipe out all Jews and tried to take over the world.
The Holocaust was the mass murder of millions of Jews and other religions from the Nazi regime and their collaborators (Steele 6). The Nazi’s got their power in 1933, they thought they were the “Master Race” and other’s lower than them were hated and tortured or killed (Steele 6). After the Nazi’s took power their final solution was to erase all Jews, other religions, and anyone who stood in their way (Steele 6). The Holocaust took place all over Europe but some of the main places the Holocaust took place in were Germany, Poland, and Hungary (Blohm 10), (Ghettos). People that were involved in the Holocaust were Nazis, Jews, other religions, and politicians (Steele 6-7).
During World War II, there was an event known as the Holocaust, where six millions Jews were persecuted by the Nazi Germany under the leadership of Adolf Hitler. Previous research has shown that the reason for the persecution of the Jews were because of Hitler’s hatred toward the Jews. In the book, November 9: How World War One Led to the Holocaust by Joachim Riecker, Riecker stated that Hitler 's hatred toward the Jews comes from the belief that Jews were the reason for Germany defeat in World War I and Germany economic crisis. Riecker once told the Daily Telegraph that the core of Hitler 's hatred “ lies at the defeat of Germany in World War I, where Hitler blamed the Jews for the defeats of the country, collapse of the monarchy and the
German Nazism was a major event in world history that affected numerous different countries as well as numerous different people. Adolf Hitler was the main cause of German Nazism and caused millions of deaths, six million of those being Jews. He is most well-known for the Holocaust that he created trying to rid Germany of all other religions, specifically the Jews. However, it is important to see Hitler before he became a dictator as well as to see what he did during his dictatorship along with what happened to the world after his reign ended. German Nazism had many causes and effects that continue to affect the world today.
It had been late January in 1933, Adolf Hitler had begun his new position as Chancellor of Germany and has continuously preached about exterminating the Jews. Hitler would continue to rule for the next 12 years, and keeping true to his threat, he would spend 4 years of his rule secretly pulling off the biggest mass genocide in history. His plans would lead to over 6 million deaths and an overall count of 17 million victims. The reason his plans had been majorly successful was due to the secrecy of the death and torture by using propaganda and concentration camps, such as Auschwitz-Birkenau or Buchenwald. To get to the camps, German officers would ‘evacuate’ families and send them by train or cattle car, after reaching the nearest camp families
Firstly, The Nazi party had a crucial role in the events of World War II due to their leader, Adolf Hitler. To begin Adolf Hitler was born on April 20, 1889, and fought for the German Army during the events of World War I. After the Germans defeat at the end of World War I Adolf joined the Nazi party and rose up the ranks with powerful speeches. “Anyone can deal with victory. Only the mighty can bear defeat.” (Goodreads 1).
To begin, about 3 million Jew were killed during the Holocaust. The gas chambers didn't always kill the Jews. The soldiers tore families apart if parents held onto their children to protect them. They had to get undressed in front of each other at the concentration camps. They were dehumanized by how badly they were treated.
Anti–Semitism is hostility or prejudice against Jews as a religious or ethnic group (Allswang, 1985). This racism was the cause of the shocking discriminations against the Jewish people. This is a discrimination is form which can be traced by the early years of Christianity (F. Jackson and K. Lake, Beginning of Christianity, 5 vols. 1920-33). In the era of Adolf Hitler, hatred towards the Jews had led to genocide.
In the panoramic picture of the 20th century, it is difficult to opine a certain factor as the most significant. The true interpretation of the word ‘’significance’’ lies in ‘’meaningfulness’’ , which is far beyond the extent of proportion or popularity. Different people have myriad perceptions of the greatest influence, the sheerest savagery or the brightest scene in a panorama fraught with bloody wars and high mortality rate but also depicts the density of scientific breakthroughs. However, as a global citizen, I believe those events have its root in the human rights problems. Mankind discriminate other human races, whereby our previous generations declare war against each other.
The bitter defeat of Germany in the World War 1 and the humiliating Treaty of Versailles gave rise to an indigenous and extreme form of fascism in Germany called Nazism. This ideology leads to one of the worst genocide in the history of mankind, known as The Holocaust, in which approximately six million Jews were killed by the Nazi regime under the command of Adolf Hitler and its collaborators. These killings took place throughout Nazi Germany and German occupied territories. During and after World War ll, i.e., between 1941- 1945, Jews were targeted and methodically murdered in the largest genocide of the 20th cent. Every arm of Germany’s bureaucracy was involved in the logistics of the genocides, turning the Third Reich into “a genocidal