The Hitler youth breed hate from a young age using propaganda, and teaching disinformation. The Hitler youth had been taught that the Aryan race was a “pure” race, and everyone else is not. Just like before the war, the Nazi youth had to be “reprogrammed” to stop hating. If we assume Mandala is correct, we have to wonder how Adolf Hitler was able to breed hate amongst the youth of Germany. He was able to fill the young German minds with Aryan purity and supremacy by using the state-run Nazi party controlled education system to spread his propaganda starting with young school age children. Teachers had to be investigated by Nazi’s and most joined the Nazi Teacher’s Association. School curriculum changed, and students were not taught general studies, they were taught racial science classes where students were
enlightened about their dominant race and Jews and other subhuman races. Classes such as history were taught with a German costiveness spin to it. Biology became the study of different races proving Nazi superiority, selecting the “right” mate and interracial marriage leading to a decline in racial purity. The Germanic-Nordic or the “Master Race” was superior and all others were sub-human. Students were educated on how and why Jews were different; they were compared to rats; you had to be on constant watch for Jews.
The Nazi’s used Propaganda to increase hate for Jews. “The Jewish nose is bent. It looks like the number six…” is...
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... are many memorials in Germany to visit and reflect. I traveled to Germany December 2014 and was able to visit the following monuments: Berlin 's Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe consists of 2,711 gravestone-like pillars and is the first formal German government-sponsored Holocaust Memorial Dachau Concentration Camp, The Jewish Museum Berlin Stolpersteine, Stolpersteine commemorate victims of the Holocaust in cobblestone-sized brass memorials marked with a name (or names of the family), date(s) of birth and a brief description of their fate.
The Hitler youth was brainwashed and taught to hate anyone that wasn’t the same as them. For over ten years Adolf Hitler and the Nazi party manipulated the German youth. In my eyes, you can 't blame the children, but you have to blame the system they grew up in. The system taught them at what they were doing was right.
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