The Rise of Nazi and The Holocaust

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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. After all hitler was promising a better life for all Germans, and a better country of Germany. After Germany was defeated in the Great War, they were 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 so it resulted in a collapse . Hitler believed that the Treaty of Versailles was a crime and that Jews were behind which he blamed them for. He had a way of catching people’s attention through his speeches. He could convince Germans through his speeches. He, like many Germans, blamed the government for the Treaty of Versailles which affected Germany badly. Later on Adolf Hitler was finally announced chancellor after two failed election. In August 2, 1934, president Hindenburg died and days later Hitler combined powers of chancellor and president. After being elected chancellor and being the president, he started change the country. Basically from then on the rise of Nazi movement started to move fast. Who were some of the leader? Well of course Adolf Hitler was one of the top main leaders because he basically controlled Europe. Josef Goebbels was another leader for the Nazi party. He wasn't just a leader though he wa... ... middle of paper ... ...ldrens were mostly exposed to experimental surgeries performed without anesthesia, transfusion of blood from one to another, reaction to various stimuli, he also made injections with lethal germs, and removal of organs and limbs. Dr. Mengel became obsessed with twins that were brought into camp. be began doing experiments on every pair of twins he could find, including blood draining. once he gathered 14 pairs of twins and placed them on a table in his lab and put them to sleep and then injected chloroform into their hearts. Works Cited "The Holocaust." Holocaust History. Web. 13 May 2014. "Hitler Comes to Power." United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. United States Holocaust Memorial Council, Web. 13 May 2014. "Josef Mengele, Angel of Death." Josef Mengele, Angel of Death. Web. 13 May 2014. Bio.com. A&E Networks Television, Web. 13 May 2014.
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