These are the reasons why Hitler hate the Jewish people, but what really happened to Hitler and the Germans? You will find out more in this essay. In the history of the World War II, Hitler and the Nazi were the most famous history and also the most horrible history in the world. A professor name David Cesarani had told that the Nazi weren’t the only people hated the Jews during the 20th, there is a conflict between Judaism and Christianity, a lots of conflict between two of the religion. They believed that the Jews had grabbed to much economic influence.
During World War II (1939-1945), the Nazis killed several million Jews, Roma (Gypsies), and members of other groups, believing them inferior to an idealised Aryan race. In brief, Hitler had favoured the stereotypical view of a blue eyed, blond haired individual over the people possess brown hair and brown eyes. This resulted in the 25-point programme that Nazis used to control the German society at the time by manipulating their beliefs, especially on racism as well as also taking away much of their freedom. It is therefore presented that there are many contributing factors to account for Nazism’s influence by race and racism. The basis of Nazi thinking was a crude form of Social Darwinism, which initiated the basis of the ideology of the Nazi Party and the influence of racism.
Dehumanization of Jews was a campaign led by Hitler and his Nazi government that basically demoralized the image of the Jewish community in many people’s eyes. Hitler blames the Jews for all of the economic and social issues that Germany was experiencing at the time. The propaganda was to dehumanize Jews by claiming them to be an inferior race while laying down the foundation for anti-Semitism, leading up to the elimination of the Jewish community’s freedom and rights that were rightfully entitled to. This movement excluded them from society through media; poster, newspapers, cartoons, and etc. that dismantled the image of Jews causing nothing but hatred, violence, persecution, and humiliation of the Jewish race.
The Nazis did all in their power to annihilate the followers of Judaism, while the Jews attempted to rebel, rioted against the government, and united as one. Furthermore, the genocide had many social science factors that caused the opposition between the Jews and Nazis. Both the German economy and the Nuremberg Laws stimulated the Holocaust; nevertheless, a majority of the Nazis’ and Hitler’s actions towards Jews were because of the victims’ ethnicity. The German economy complicated the Nazis’ financial situation because of events that happened before the Holocaust. Due to the poor condition of the economy, the funds made traced back to the Jews, causing more disagreements to arise.
Social Justice 12: Genocide Table: The Holocaust: The holocaust was an extremely horrifying event in world history. Countless innocent citizens were killed and an entire race was influenced forever due to the antisemitism of the German nazis and government during world war two. The holocaust was a result of the “need” to rid Germany of the jews. As part of the final solution, almost two out of every three jews were killed . The country was not portraying a strong economy as they had before and were in a type of distress that was causing unrest in the Nation.
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.
People of second category were mainly Jews, whom Hitler chose as main target for his victimizations. Annihilation of the Jews was so crucial, because Germany was both in economic and social depression after the First World War and Semites played the main role of scapegoats, as every ideology needs an enemy and eagerly fights with it. For Communism it was Capitalism, while Nazi regime chose Jewish people. To refute the popular belief, that is was, substantially, government, who persecuted and annihilated Jewish population, it must be mentioned that the issue of killing Jews was not only about Hitler, but about the majority of German population at that time. Daniel Jonah Goldhagen claims, that murderers were not only SS men or Nazi Party members, but perfectly ordinary Germans from all walks of life, men (and women) who brutalized and murdered Jews both willingly and zealously.
Therefore because this was becoming a racial war, this was an opportunity for Germany to 'cleanse' itself of Jews like it should have done centuries ago. With Hitler being Anti-Semitic and a strong leader for the Nazi party, Anti-Semitism was influencing the minds of ordinary German civilians. Adolf Hitler had previously been in prison before he became ruler of Germany in his second attempt. During the time he was in prison, he wrote a book called 'Mien Kamph' his book was incredibly racist and anti -Semitic, Hitler expressed his hatred for the Jews and influenced his readers into hating these 'impure' people. Hitler's main idea was to as he called it 'cleanse' Europe of these non- deserving people.
Hitler was a brilliant orator. His speeches captivated many. He harped on restoring German self-respect, which had taken a severe beating in WW1. Another element is Scrapegoating, Hitler put all the blame on the Jews and for everything bad that was going in German’s society. Another element of Reilly’s is distancing, focusing on the bad things not the good impacts, the Jews, in my opinion, turned their great depression into a more flourishing economy and the best way to brainwash the Germans is to tell them that Jews were stealing their
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.