The world might have been a better place if Hitler's skills were used to manage relief fund for the people struggling due to the depression. Hitler was able to rise to power because he focused on the weak and offered them something that they could have never dreamed of. Hitler was allowed to grow so efficiently because he faced no opposition, because of an intimidation factor over his neighboring nations; they feared defeat and did not want to their people in the line of danger until absolutely necessary. The European nation might have thought that if they leave Hitler alone or give him what he wants he would leave them alone. That lethargic attitude almost destroyed the free world.
By calling the Germans, Huns Rudyard Kipling suggests that they are the same and present a danger to all so we hav... ... middle of paper ... ... the stupidity of the war and uses sarcastic phrases such as ‘It must take guts to drop those bombs on defenceless people who had no chance’ to emphasize the unfairness of the war. Roberts also says ‘Your boys didn’t have to maim and kill or break the hearts of other mothers’ by this statement I think he means that I know your depressed about the loss of your sons but think of the other mothers whose hearts your sons broke by killing people who like them were just following orders. In this poem I feel David Roberts challenges the government’s decision to go to war against Iraq by calling this war the ‘shamefullest of wars’ and by highlighting the depression and death it has already caused. If you look at the differences between the 3 poems described you will find that as time want on and war got uglier you started hearing more of the truth about war.
This tactic of destroying moral by bombing ran true with the popular theory of the time that 'the bomber will always get through'- in the words of Former Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin. Such was the pessimistic view of Britain's survival in the face of 'swarms' of enemy bombers during the inter-war period that that the British public were told (again by Stanley Baldwin) to prepare for a war in which 'tens of thousands of mangled people- men, women and children' would be killed '- before a single soldier or sailor'. The Committee for Imperial Defence 'reassured' the British people by preparing them for nothing less than a holocaust in which swarms of German bombers would hover above London and other major cities, killi... ... middle of paper ... ...being formed, and a new feeling of community cemented by universal suffering. Everyday life was different for criminals too. With the blackout robbers couldn't be sure of which houses were occupied.
He had a group of leaders, the SS, who were Nazis that willingly took any task given, including the mass murder of millions of Jews due to his belief that they were enemies to Germany. German citizens were talked into participating or believing in the most extreme of things, like violent pogroms, deportations, attacks, and executions. Through the novel’s perspicacity of the Third Reich, readers can see how Hitler’s reign was a controversial time period summed up by courage, extremity, and most important of all, loyalty. The main purpose of the book was to emphasize how far fear of Hitler’s power, motivation to create a powerful Germany, and loyalty to the cause took Germany during the Third Reich. During the Third Reich, Germany was able to successfully conquer all of Eastern Europe and many parts of Western Europe, mainly by incentive.
Hitler did many things that made him rise to power. This quote shows how Hitler thought that he was superior. "Common blood belongs in a common Reich" (Hitler 3). Hitler made sure that he was never shown in a negative light. Positivity always came out of the mouths of people in that time period that followed Hitler.
This essay will further discuss the elements that facilitated with Hitler’s success in Germany, and the way that his charisma helped him obtain certain aspects of his success. One of the characteristics of being a prominent leader was to have charisma and Hitler was very charismatic. In order for one to be charismatic, a deep understanding of people is needed. Hitler shared a common understanding with the people of Germany through their shared hatred of the treaty of Versailles .Hitler had promised the Germans that he would do all in his power to help them. From the military all the way to the industrialists, he guaranteed an answer for everybody.
Hitler used the same style to deliver all of his speeches, seducing follower... ... middle of paper ... ... of propaganda to appeal to his followers allowed him to take control of them, making the people act out the beliefs of a man that ending up having great power over an entire continent, and an even greater effect on the on the rest of the world's society as a whole. Bibliography: Bibliography 1) Kimel, Alexander. "Nazi Propaganda"(Holocaust Survivor). http://soho.ios.com/~kimel19/Propaganda.html (1995) 2) Staudinger, Hans (edited by Peter M. Rutkoff and William B. Scott). "The Inner Nazi".
In the schools the children were indoctrinated with Nazi ideas in school. Posters were made for pro Nazis to ensure people that Hitler is the greatest and being against the Jews communists. S... ... middle of paper ... ...him more popular. He wanted Germany to be great again and that why Germany people like him. Hitler hated the Jews and blamed loads of things on them.
Germany Post War World War II caused many problems for Germany. After the war, Germany had to rebuild and clean up many towns as well as perform many tasks instructed by the Allies . Many German citizen's loved ones died causing grievances within the country. The people of Germany wanted to reconstruct there country because it was in ruins. However the Allies split their country making two governments.
He would state his truth aloud, and that gave the elders of Sighet a cold shiver down their spins, they did not want to admit their being wrong, so they merely said that Moishe the Beadle had finally lost it. Moishe had been taunted by the town, and considered a shame towards Jews for he was telling such tall tales about Germans without any proof. Moishe never would have stopped trying to convince even one person, but the parents had told the children to stay away from him. One day Moishe spoke again, but his tone was not about the past, because the Germans had truly shown their fake smiling faces in Sighet. At first glimpse, the Germans had everyone fooled with their smiles and kind gestures, but it did not take long for their true colors to shiny threw the fake disguises.