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.
The Jew hates the white race and wants to lower its cultural level so that the Jews might dominate." Hitler blamed the Jews for all the misfortunes that had befallen Germany when he came to power. He believed that the loss of World War I (w... ... middle of paper ... ...and as such was propelled by them. They however, were not the only culprits. The deceitfulness and complete inhumanity of the German people could rival the psychopathic-ness of the German government.
They believed that the Jews had grabbed to much economic influence. What makes they hate the Jew because they believed that they were intrusive too much politics and culture. They believed that the Jews were biologically and racially distinct and that there was a kind of biological struggle for dominance over the entire human race between the Jews and everybody else. At the final, Mr. Cesarani concluded this wasn’t something that could be solved through religious debate and argument, the conversation of the Jews. However, according to a website Holocaust History had mention when Hitler hated the Jews, he blame... ... middle of paper ... ...ermany, to have his power and to be the most evil dictator in the whole World War II history.
National pride was a key factor in the German people’s indifference to or participation in state-sponsored genocide and murder. There are five main reasons why. Jews were among those blamed by German military officers looking for excuses as to why Germany was defeated in WWI, and thus were linked to the loss of national pride. Jews were seen as bringing down the economy by taking up space and manipulating other Germans into giving the Jews their money to fuel the Jews’ inherent greed. Hitler had helped to create national and cultural unity in Germany which included strong feelings of anti-Semitism at its base.
By using propaganda, Hitler was able to create a negative image of the Jewish people and led to a national hatred of the Jews. In order to convince the Germans to believe in the Nazis ideals, they u... ... middle of paper ... ...rge of media and could ban anything that went against their beliefs and that did not support them. Also, by using propaganda, they displayed the Aryan race as superior and the Jewish to be inferior. In conclusion, Hitler used many types of propaganda to gain support to exterminate the Jewish population. Works Cited "Dehumanization of the Jews."
Besides saying that the Jews betrayed Germany, Germans without Hitler’s input, claimed that the Jews were communists. This was a typical reaction for Germans to say since they despised the Jews t... ... middle of paper ... ... Jews out of Germany, therefore not caring about the Jews national pride and status. Jews also had a bed reputation in Germany for stealing work from Germans. It was frowned upon in society at this time to work for a Jew, and Germans thought if one owned a business, that they were working on the backs of the Germans and that the Jews were corrupt. In conclusion, Hitler had his anti-sematic views and had numerous reasons to detest the Jews.
Hate and anger seem to be key points in Nazi ideology. To sustain the kind of anger the Nazis needed to sway the masses over to their side, they needed a common enemy, somebody or something that could be seen everyday. Jews were portrayed as extremists and revolutionaries. They were supposedly different from the average moderate Germans, and even more different than the Nazis. People like Hitler, Goebbels, and Julius Streicher played on this ignorance of other people to instill fear and loathing of the Jews.
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.
Discuss the rise of nazi? It all started out by Hitler wanting the ability to take advantage of Germany's poor leadership and economical and political conditions. After the loss of the world war I people were going through some rough times, plus the full effect of the worldwide economic depression. So the Nazis took action and used the depression to gain popularity. The people of germany couldn't have known what was going on, all they wanted was someone strong to lead them.
The Rise of the Nazi Party Hitler’s rise to power was the result of many factors, but Hitler’s ability to take advantage of Germany’s poor leadership and economical and political conditions was the most significant factor. His ability to manipulate the media and the German public whilst taking advantage of Germany’s poor leadership resulted in both the collapse of the Weimar Republic and the rise of Hitler and the nazi party. During the early 1920s, Germany was struggling with economic instability and political uncertainty. Germany, after being defeated in the Great War, was forced to sign the unforgiving treaty of Versailles, which the Weimar Republic was held responsible for. This brought forward feelings of fear, anger and insecurity towards the Weimar Republic.