Nazi ideology was the key factor in the creation of Hitler’s utopian society. Many of the concepts from Nazi ideology stemmed from Hitler’s novel, Mein Kampf (My Struggle), which was a novel written by Hitler while he was in prison. “This book set fourth his beliefs and his goals for Germany.” Hitler believed that the “Germans whom he incorrectly called ‘Aryans’ were a ‘master race’. Anyone who was not of the Aryan race, Hitler believed were inferior. “’Races’ such as Jews, Slavs and Gypsies, were inferior (Beck, p.912).”
Several of the concepts had to do with idea of racial make up and “Survival of The Fittest”. Hitler states in Chapter 11 of Mein Kampf, titled “On Nation and Race”, “Nature’s rule: the inner segregation of the species of all living beings on this earth (Hitler, ¶ 2).” Hitler suggested that God’s rule was that there must be an internal (genetic) separation (make-up) of everything living on earth. “The stronger must dominate and not blend with the weaker, thus sacrificing his own greatness (Hitler, ¶ 6).” “Maintaining race purity was important according to Hitler and others, because mixing with other races would over time led to bastardization and degeneration of a race to the point where it list its distinguishing characteristics and, in effect, lost the capacity to effectively defend itself, thus becoming doomed to extinction (Victim, ¶ 12).” Both meaning if the superior race reproduces with the inferior race, then the s...
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