Hitler and the Nazis, to the German people, were doing the right thing. This makes the men of Germany want to be apart of this great thing and help the world of these creatures. Without any doubt, these German men would join the Nazi Party .A large amount of men joining the Nazis lead to more people to help... ... middle of paper ... ...throughout Germany caused many problems for Jews that they can never recover from. Racism and peer pressure had many affects on the participation of German people toward state-sponsored genocide. The Jews will never be the same after the holocaust.
When Schindler was helping out Jews, Germany was taken over by Hitler’s Nazis. In times of hardship, some people stand up for the people in need and protect and help them. Oskar Schindler, a rich factory owner, risks his life and spends his personal fortune to save Jews listed as his workers during World War 2. Oskar Schindler risks everything to help the Jews escape the Holocaust. He is a German man and he should be against the Jews, in an idealistic way in Nazi Germany, but he is against the Third Reich.
Overall, Hitler and the Nazi party were able to politically pursued people into joining the political party. They were a convincingly stable economic party with claims that they were able to put onto other people, which promoted his anti-Semitic society. He was able to take control of learning systems and made sure that all forms of education, art, and intellectual ideals supported him. Because of Adolf Hitler’s ability to manipulate words and turn them into striking action, the Nazi party was able to grow with immense strength, dauntingly fast.
Also a interesting fact is that Hitler was coached in public speaking by Dietrich Eckart. While Hitler was in control of Germany, he affected the world, in many different ways, some evil, but also many good. This was because he was an okay leader. He helped to improve Germany’s economy and military. He also added a lot of territory to the borders of Germany, and the majority of the people under his rule came together in national unity believing in Hitler.
The fact that the German soldiers think that shooting people and babies is considered “right for the new people” because they are Jews shows how clearly pitiless they were. Hitler had such a strong hold over his soldiers that he convinced that shooting real live people would help the new world by showing no mercy for others. Shooting adults and even babies just for their race is really wrong because they didn’t do anything bad they were just scapegoats for others. In the Oprah Winfrey Interview Elie Wiesel explains that the soldiers shaved the... ... middle of paper ... ...naturally quiet which scared them but they find out it is one of the better concentration camps. They met a shifty tent leader who had an unusual interest in younger boys, their crazy Kapo leader Idek, and a man who tried to take Elie’s shoes.
The Reasons Hitler was Made Chancellor of Germany In Germany in 1933, Hitler's Nazis party was growing extremely popular with the Germans. This posed a problem for the current government, The Weimar republic who were losing popularity. Hitler promised things that the German people needed: Hitler offered a strong leadership, like that of the Kaiser, older Germans who were alive during the reign of the Kaiser, warmed to this type of ruling. Hitler promised the cancellation of the treaty of Versailles, which was still a subject which angered many people; many still held the signing of the treaty against the Weimar. Hitler's use of the SA forced people into voting for him.
Hitler and Nazi Germany So many Germans supported the Nazi Party in the late 1920's and early 1930's because he offered a lot of jobs for the unemployed, he also promised to make Germany powerful again and he promised to help big business and force the communists out of power. He also gained support by using propaganda; he put posters up round the streets, advertised to mothers and children and used the radio to gain support. Hitler also created an army that would terrorise the streets of Germanyand resolve crime that the Nazi Party created in the first place. He also showed heroism and organisation in times of chaos and disaster. The unemployment figures of 1928-33 show that the number of unemployed had risen over the past few years.
In exchange for money to start his business, (a ceramics factory), he could offer capable Jews an escape from the deathly work camps. Throughout the course of the war however, Schindler's motives and motivation both change; once a greedy, adulterous, socialite Nazi, Schindler transforms into a kind, caring, monogamous humanitarian. The Oskar Schindler audiences first meet is far from a lovable character. Socializing within Nazi political circles, Schindler appears to be no more than a greedy entrepreneur hoping to capitalize on the cruel necessities of war. The extermination of the Jews becomes a window of opportunity, supplying a work force armed with nothing but their life's savings, and heirlooms with no more value than the materials they were made from.
During that time, the Germans looked up to Hitler as his promises and charisma transformed him f... ... middle of paper ... ...y seen in his renowned book, the Mein kampf. He explained his strategy as to how to come to power and had effectively done so. He had won the people through the promises he had made and the dedication he had showed to fulfilling it. He had a huge amount of help through his propaganda as seen in the Olympics of 1933. He had also to an extent maintained control within the country through his effective uses of storm troopers and his loyal supporters as his financial aid.
Hitler gained a lot of respect, since he criticized the Weimar Republic publicly and in every speech he held, he spoke out what the German people thought. Hitler and the Nazis promised the inhabitants of Germany jobs and a strong leader if they would vote for the Nazi party with... ... middle of paper ... ...impact in Hitler’s rise to power. Whether some reasons are long-term causes and others short-term causes there is not only one specific event, which lead to Hitler’s success. Presumably the appointment of Hitler as Chancellor by President Hindenburg and von Papen was a much more prosperous event than the Enabling Law, in 1933. In my eyes, Hitler’s rise to power was contributed towards many smaller, effective events, which then in the end resulted in him becoming President of Germany.