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.
Hitler also realised that democracy was failing and locked into this by creating a preference of order over freedom policy, he made it clear that Germany needed a leader, a dictator. One of Hitler's other objectives was to overturn the Versailles Treaty. He made this no secret, and the German people were attracted to this aim. With this Hitler managed to say that Marxists and Jews were a threat, that they were the criminals who signed the Treaty. People were convinced and manipulated to believe this, and so gave one of Hitler's aims more support, which was getting rid of Jews, Marxists and Communists.
This Nazi German leader had a really interesting life and many influences in his life that affected his hatridge toward jews. Adolf Hitler was born on April 20th 1889 in a small town called Braunau in Austria, close to the German border. His father Alois was 51 when Adolf was born, he was known for being short-tempered and brutal to Adolf. It was because of Adolf’s stepbrother who went to jail for a theft. Alois was determined to prevent it with his second child.
The hyperinflation left a lot of people unemployed. People were looking for answers and someone to blame. The Nazi party had the policies that the German people wanted to hear. Hitler offered the easy answer for Germany's problems. The skills that Hitler had were that he was a manipulator, and could trick people into believing his views, which they did.
Be cautious of media because it indoctrinates people in a negative way just like Germans viewed Hitler as a good- hearted, loyal, and trustworthy man but in reality he was an evil, manipulative, and power craved man. “The things I saw beggar description... the visual evidence and the verbal testimony of starvation, cruelty, bestially were… overpowering...” says General Dwight Eisenhower. (4) The concentration camps in Germany were inhumane, filthy, and horrible that the Jews and other non- Aryans were dead because of disease, torture, experiments, and gas chambers. “Hitler gave speech… stated that unemployed, rampant inflation, hunger, and economic stagnation in postwar Germany… total revolution… if communist and Jews were driven from the nation.” (1) Hitler blamed all of Germany’s problems on the Jews who had worked for everything and had money. He thought Aryans “master race” should run out Jews and communist.
Since anti-Semitism was already present, it made manipulating the German public into perceiving the Jew as an enemy an easy task. In political psychology it is believed that politics can cue identity and this is clear when it comes to German society and Hitler. He was able to play on the fear of others and the threat to German culture in order to come to power and fulfill his plan of the extermination of the Jew. Which is what intentionalist believe was what he had set out to do from the beginning. Like Karl Dietrich Bracher states, “Hitler was the most radical expressor and the most effective propagator of a set of ideas and emotions forming the nucleus of extreme German nationalism, that is, anti-democratism, imperialism, and racism.” Hitler was the perfect leader for a nation that was disappointed with the Weimar government and that had a strong sense of nationalism.