Many studies have been made about why the Jews had to go through the Holocaust and why did Hitler target the Jews and not anybody, but my belief is that Hitler had a deep hatred for the Jews, the Jews were “invading” Germany, and/or the Jews had or took all the
During the 1930’s and 40’s Nazi Germany was a dictatorship ruled by Adolf Hitler he was a cruel dictator who had a goal to eliminate all european jews this shows in “Law,Justice,and the Holocaust” where it says that he and The Nazis mainly targeted people of the Jewish faith, at the end of the war they successfully killed six million jewish men,women, and children.This event was known as the holocaust. Hitler was a very cruel and hated man by the people who weren’t being schooled by the Nazis.
His past involved disagreement with Jews which led to Hitler accusing the Jewish for losing the First World War and the creation of the Treaty of Versailles. With a goal in mind Hitler prepared for the Holocaust by first destroying the Treaty to free Germany, which made the mass killing possible. In the final analysis, even though the evidence points to Hitler intending and planning the Holocaust in 1925, it is still debatable due to the lack of physical evidence of Hitler ordering the Holocaust. But no matter what opinion you choose, he is still liable for the deaths of millions of Jews as the head of the Nazi
The Nazis were known for doing many things to Jews and others and they had their reasons. Their was many purposes for the things they did. The Nazis tried to defy the laws of human nature. They experiment on the Jews. They also tortured Jews just for the enjoyment. But they also tortured them trying to dehumanize the Jews making them feel useless. In “Night” by Elie Wiesel, there was many examples of the Nazis dehumanized the Jews.
Corrupt aspects of Man’s nature are shown in William Shakespeare’s play Macbeth as well as through the ambition of Hitler and his desire to overthrow Germany and eliminate all Jews. This is shown by both Macbeth and Hitler’s murderous ambitious attitudes to do whatever it takes to become one of the most powerful people of their time.
The 20th century was a time of both success and sadness, triumph and tragedy, however, no event in European history has been quite as disheartening as the Nazi Holocaust, the darkest hour in European History. In less than a decade, The Nazi Party murdered well over 6,000,000 Jews. 6,000,000 mothers, children, fathers, even babies. This tragedy was justified on the grounds that the people of the Jewish population were subhuman, a burden to the Nazi regime. Similar to the Jewish population of Europe, the people of Salem in The Crucible, by Arthur Miller, were unfairly sentenced to death without any justifiable reasoning, other than suspicion and hatred. In the past, never before has a civilization been subjected to such incredible punishment
During WWII, the anti-Semitic Nazi leader, Adolf Hitler emphasized purity of race and opposed any forms of variation in the racial distribution of his country. To achieve his goals of racial purity, Hitler began to unfairly assert that the reason for the humiliating defeat of Germany was the betrayal of the Jewish population in the country. Through his memoir and propaganda, he provoked the public to discriminate against the Jews, or even eliminate them completely in the country. In addition, Hitler utilized many unethical and unjust means against the Jews such as destroying all the books written by Jews, and shutting down all Jewish-owned business. He even enacted the law to humiliate the Jews, and make them to become the targets of the public by forcing them to wear a yellow star mark. Hitler’s acts to the Jews were completely unethical and disrespectful of human dignity. Furthermore, Hitler’s massive killing of the Jewish people with poison gas in the concentration camps in Germany, and his allied territories were unlawful because all the Jewish victims were innocent citizens and had their human rights to live. About 6 millions of Jews were killed during the Holocaust, and that tragedy was all caused by people’s hatred and selfishness. Today, although the German government acknowledged their responsibility for the crime committed during WWII and provided financial assistance to the victims’ families, the massive illegal killing of Jewish people were
Throughout the novel Night Elie Wiesel reveals how in just a few moments his life changed dramatically in ways he never expected. The title “Night” is a metaphor that refers to the darkness of life, and symbolizes death, the darkness of the soul, and loss of faith. In the beginning of the novel, Elie is innocent and dedicated to becoming closer to God, but once witnessing the cruelties of humankind he questions his faith as well as his strength.
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
Hitler had total dictatorship sh control everything from people’s lives to their system he does whatever he wants. Unlike Hitler, Kamehameha I spilt his island among governors, this show that Hitler likes total power and Kamehameha doesn’t. Kamehameha welcome new foreigners and their goods. Hitler killed any jews at sight he shows no mercy, Hitler kill any people he dislike, this show that Kamehameha is outgoing. Hitler is a coward when Germany surrender to Allied Force, he committed suicide because this ended his dream of “1,000 year” Reich. Kamehameha never gave up when everyone was turning on him, he kept going knowing he will win this bloody battle, Hitler is different from Kamehameha because he would run away from his
He wanted a "pure" empire and for that to happen Jews were not to be a part of it nor of anything. He killed them because he thought it was his moral obligation or that God would have wanted him to do the same. He blamed the Jews for their loss in the world war one which was not true but many of his people believed him because he was their leader who wanted best for his people. By telling his people that the Jews were responsible for their huge loss he created an enemy. He did this as probably a comeback to let his people know that he was still powerful and to get reelected. He let them know that the Jews would suffer for they did and so he would become a hero among his own. Hitler mostly targeted people that went against the social norms for instance homosexuals, gypsies and more. He banished them from jobs, universities and sis not let them run businesses and he mentally and physically tortured them for not only his own personal reasons but also to create a unity among the Germans so they found a common enemy to turn up
Hitler used numerous Machiavellian ideas to win his respective place in Germany's government. Machiavelli believed a prince must seem good but also must slam the hammer down when needed. Hitler made himself look good and he said he can save Germany from their bad times. Everyone in Germany loved Hitler even when his plan included getting rid of every jew. If a person acquires power through fortune the best way to maintain power is to use fear. Hitler’s power evolved through his use of force and fear. Machiavelli says that human nature praises certain qualities and blame others, but there is no way that humans can do all the good things while avoiding the bad thing. Hitler was smart and never got blamed for most of the things he did. Hitler just blamed others. Hitler is like Aristotle in the way that he is persuasive. Adolph Hitler convinced many to join the Nazi Party, during his “Trial for Treason” speech. Anyone who disagreed with Hitler died because no one was allowed power over him. Hitler is also like Henry the V because he wanted to get power anyway he could, even if it was a little bad. He wanted to kill all jews because he hated jews for some weird reason. Many believe he was a jew himself. Hitler was a bad person only wanted power. He thought he could change and rule the world by getting rid of, at first, the jews. Luckily though, he lost the
The Holocaust was the mass murder of 6 million Jews during World War II. Hitler and his Nazi party gained popularity by promising to make Germany a rich and powerful nation again.They began restricting Jews rights and put limits on them. People could have supported them because they were too terrified of the Nazi’s that they actually went along with it, but some of them wanted to become part of a mass
Did you know that during the Nazi’s reign 6 million European Jews were murdered. The Nazis were responsible for the many murders that occurred during their reign. The Nazi party was led by Adolf Hitler. They were a mass movement in Germany. The mass movement led Germany from 1933-1945. Nazis disrespected the Jews throughout their reign. They tortured their kind in different ways.
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