These are the reasons why Hitler hate the Jewish people, but what really happened to Hitler and the Germans? You will find out more in this essay. In the history of the World War II, Hitler and the Nazi were the most famous history and also the most horrible history in the world. A professor name David Cesarani had told that the Nazi weren’t the only people hated the Jews during the 20th, there is a conflict between Judaism and Christianity, a lots of conflict between two of the religion. They believed that the Jews had grabbed to much economic influence.
Luther takes slandering the Jews to a new level when he says, “Therefore, wherever you see a genuine Jew, you may with a good conscience cross yourself and bluntly say: "There goes a devil incarnate” (Bertram p. 46). Though it is known through basic human morals today that public slandering of one another is not acceptable, Luther not only slandered the Jews but condone others to curse and call the Jews devils as
The general public, at that time, was frightened of and did not trust Jews due to their strange manners and dress. They were seen during this Elizabethan time, where the Church played an important role in everyone's life, as the murderers of Jesus Christ. Nowadays most productions of the play show the Christians being slightly evil, not giving Shylock a fair chance or a fair trial. Modern productions also show Shylock as being driven to such evil deeds by Christian hatred. The play is sometimes thought of as being racist especially in the scene in which Portia is testing the suitor the Prince of Morocco.
How Jews were Discriminated Against in Germany from 1933-1939 The discrimination of Jews was prevalent in Germany in the 1930’s. Attacks on the Jews had occurred in Christian countries since the Middle Ages, but intensified between 1933 and 1939 due to the Reign of Hitler’s power. According to Hitler’s racial theories, the Jews deliberately planned to destroy the German people, as they did at the time of war. He influenced the Germans, that it was the Jews and such invalids, who caused the failure and collapse of Germany in World War I. The Germans, being in a vulnerable and desperate state, believed this, and subsequently, the beliefs of anti-Semitism in Germany increased.
Dehumanization of Jews was a campaign led by Hitler and his Nazi government that basically demoralized the image of the Jewish community in many people’s eyes. Hitler blames the Jews for all of the economic and social issues that Germany was experiencing at the time. The propaganda was to dehumanize Jews by claiming them to be an inferior race while laying down the foundation for anti-Semitism, leading up to the elimination of the Jewish community’s freedom and rights that were rightfully entitled to. This movement excluded them from society through media; poster, newspapers, cartoons, and etc. that dismantled the image of Jews causing nothing but hatred, violence, persecution, and humiliation of the Jewish race.
Defining Shylock in William Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice One of the factors that make Shakespeare plays famous is its capability to appeal to wide range of audience. For example in The Merchant of Venice Shakespeare brings up the question of religion, racism and morality for the intellectuals amongst the Elizabethans but for most off the groundlings and ill-educated it was a simply a battle between Christians and Jews in which the Jew (e.g. Shylock) should end up facing the heat of defeat in the climax. England was a Christian country, where Christianity was followed and taught from early ages. At this time Jews were perceived as "villains of society" in fact in the Venetian community towards the centre of Venice, you would find the homes of Christians and towards the outskirts and suburbs you would find the homes of Jews which showed that were hated, unwanted and excluded members of society.
It changes the fact that Jews had the same rights as Christians did, also today’s world doesn’t care about the race of a person, everyone has the same right. Some of the audiences in the 16th century, believed that Jews were at a lower stage than them, and they only believed this because the Jews were a different (“different” referred to as “wrong “for Christians who lived in the 16th century), religion they believed they were not people, like them. The play Merchant of Venice shows the evil side of the Jews. The character’s name is “Shylock”. He is the character of evil doing; he is also the character that Shakespeare chose to represent a Jewish character.
Several Canadians blamed the Jews for the great depression due to their capitalist and rootless thoughts. Due to being blamed for everything continuously some Jews actually believed what people said about them being capitalist and rootless since their self esteem was ruined. They were always reminded of being the evil on earth. Sigmund Freud was one of those who believed that Jews were evil due to continuously being reminded how Jews were awful. Freud was worried his theories would be ignored since he was Jewish.
Similarly ‘evil’ capitalism, was allowed only in Judaism and not in Christianity, and was what caused the growth of Anti-Semitism in 1873; religious preachers said that these Jews were trying to swindle hardworking Christians out of their money, and it was their religious rules which were allowing them to do so. Another reason why
In the 1930's, a vicious hate group targeted Germany's Jewish population. They were called the Nazis. The Nazis are possibly the most notoriously evil hate groups in all of history .Everyone knows who the Nazis are and why they did. What most of society doesn't know is why they were so evil. Often times what is most associated with the Holocaust is how the Jewish people were affected, but there is a lot more to it.