Some commodities they were told to do included manual labor, walking the death marches, and to go without eating for days. Even though these people had to do these things, they would have blended in, and it would of been less likely for the people to get hurt or killed by the terrible Nazis. Believing that you could sit back and not deal with the situation is not the way to stand up for yourself. The people should have fought back and fought back powerfully! The Nazi force was breaking the law throughout this whole tragic experience.
He and the Nazi party first tried to overtake the government by force, but this landed him in jail. While there, he wrote My Struggle, an autobiography that outlined all of his future plans. Unfortunately, this book went unnoticed by authoritative figures. Once released from prison, Hitler began working within the system instead of resuming his previous forceful efforts. In order to avoid getting caught, he made the horrible things he was doing legal.
The main reason he invaded Poland was because Poland was filled with Jewish people and the country was Communist. Then he started making these terrible camps that he sent the undesirables. The Undesriable were the people who Hitler thought were the reason why the German goverment failed. He made these terriable camps. They sent you there either to die or work.
Adolf Hitler is from Austria. He was in the German war and got injured for a period of time. He wanted to become an artist but when he got rejected to go to art school twice. People wonder why Hitler was a horrible person. Maybe because people thought he was not good enough.
Reserach shows that Adolf had a bad childhood. As most boys he wanted to make his father proud, but when he applied for art school his father was not pleased. Even knowing his father would not approve he applied for art school twice,but was denyed both times before he joined the German Army for War World I. While in war Adolf was injured and while in recovery he heard that Germany had surrendered, and that is when he decided to take in upon himself to gain Germanys power back. Records show that he first tried to take to over the government by force but failed and was sent to jail.
“When thus, for the first time I recognized the Jew as the cold-hearted, shameless, and calculating director of this revolting vice traffic in the scum of the big city.” (Hitler) These were the words of Adolf Hitler, leader of Nazi Germany during World War II. He strongly despised the Jewish culture, and he believed that they needed to be exterminated in order to protect his “Fatherland.” (Hitler) His strong hatred began the second World War, and it also lead to the deaths of over six million Jewish people. The question that many are asking after the fact is why he did what he did. What caused his intense hatred? Why was he so successful in his endeavor, despite the obvious violation of humanitarian laws?
The Holocaust All throughout history, Jews have been persecuted. The Jews were blamed for killing Jesus and the idea of anti- Semitism has been around centuries before Adolf Hitler and the Nazis. Adolf Hitler led the Nazis to power in 1933 promising to make Germany powerful and respected by the rest of the world. He promised to fight Communism, to find jobs for the six million unemployed workers in Germany, to restore law and order, and to get rid of the “Jewish influence” in Germany. Hitler’s speeches were full of hatred for the Jews and this encouraged his followers to attack Jewish people.
If it was not torture of the disabled and children, it was exploiting the workers in the work camps. The same goes for the unfortunate deaths of the innocent in concentration camps or by organized firing squads (“Adolf Hitler”). These innocent people died for a cause that is unseen by people today, and they died because of the immense hatred that this one man and his followers showed towards them, and the evil dream that they had hoped to achieve. This time period that occurred during World War II was called the Holocaust. Two different groups really caught my heart and tugged on my heart strings and this was the children and the disabled people.
The Holocaust started beacuse Hitler wanted to attack someone for the reason that Germany lost the war and all of the grouped that Hitler picked were all brought on by sterotypes.He worked his way up he kicked more and more Jew out of goverment jobs, such as judges, lawers, and secertaries. The only way that they wouldn't have any power anymore. Many Jews were kicked out of there houses, so that t... ... middle of paper ... ...ups. The idea of the reason why he learned about the Holocaust in a whole is to be able to see and hear what Jews went threw and who there live had changed in a blink of the eye. The reason that we study about the war is to have the idea that Germany was winning the war and if it wasn't the allie power then the war could have been won by Germany.
It was not only Jews however which Hitler wanted to eliminate; he also pursued gypsies and homosexuals. This tyrant used "living space" and the desire for a "good" nation of pure Germans as an excuse to satisfy his cruel beliefs and issues with these people. Throughout the course of the war, Hitler sent Jews to concentration camps. These camps where either labour camps, or death camps. Jews received "special" treatment, and where acknowledged as different from the rest of the society.