The Holocaust was a sad period in our history where the corrupt moral code of a nation took the lives of Six million people. Germany under rule of Hitler’s Nazi party killed and incapacitated anyone who didn’t fit into the Nazi’s idea of an ideal society. Hitler inherited a decrepit nation; in the 1920s Germany was plunged into a depression, which left many citizens unemployed, hungry and homeless. Living in conditions of hopeless poverty the country was overwhelmingly starving for economical and social reform. Just as they thought their prayers for a new leader weren’t heard; Hitler emerged inspiring and charming the beaten down people of Germany with nationalism, giving them a new found since of unity. The nation of Germany so hungry for change blindly invested all of their trust into Hitler’s fascism. Hitler was strong and well spoken, taking the country by storm as their savior and silencing those who he believed stood in his path.
The Nazi party believed themselves to be the superior race of man and that it was almost another scenario of manifest destiny. Just like the early Americans believed they were more evolved and better suited to hold the land of the natives, but for Hitler the land was Europe. By any means necessary Hitler’s Nazi Party carried out their agenda to have a fully Aryan society. Hitler’s ideals plunged the world into another world war that left Europe in complete shambles. There were two sides Allies (America Britain France and Soviet Union) and the Axis (Italy Germany and Japan). They used the media and mass propaganda to sway the public against Jews, Gypsies, mentally disabled and many other minority groups. Hitler used the many problems of Germany and scapegoated them onto the back of the m...
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... but the fact that they made such great effort to right the wrongs of Nazi Germany made a statement to the world. That this type of disregard for human life will not go unpunished and just be forgotten and swept under the theoretical carpet.
The Holocaust was a tragic duration of time for many minority groups in territories under Nazi Germany’s rule. The papers may have focused on the extreme hate and biased against Jewish people but they were not alone anyone who opposed or didn’t meet the classification of a perfect Aryan were also attacked. The Crimes committed by the Germans under their fascist leader led to the destruction of countless lives and took the combined forces of four nations to put a stop to these crimes. This horrific point in time can be used as lesson of regardless of a persons physical attributes we are all equals and should be treated as such.
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