But it is just for our intellectual demi-monde that the Jew writes his so-called intellectual press. For them the Frankfurter Zeitung and the Berliner Tageblatt are made, for them their tone is tuned, and on them finally they exercise their influence. By avoiding most carefully all forms seeming outwardly rude, they nevertheless pour the poison from other vessels into the hearts of their readers. (Mein Kampf, Page 334-335.)
Within this passage Hitler discusses how he believes that the Jews are pushing their thoughts out on the unsuspecting public. Hitler realizes he must eliminate the Jews because they control the press, and the only way that the Nazis can gain support is through the press. Hitler then goes into detail about how great the Aryan nation is and how belittled the Jews are. Hitler writes about the Jews, “The Jew remains united only if forced by a common danger or is attracted by a common booty…If the Jews were alone in this world, they would suffocate as much in dirt and filth, as they would carry on a detestable struggle to chat and to ruin each other…” (Mein Kampf, Page 416.) From this passage Hitler truly believes that the Jews have no place on this earth and that they serve no purpose in helping humankind advance. Through his writings in Mein Kampf Hitler was able to create a following that believed in his ideals of an Aryan race. From this book Hitler was also able to keep hi...
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...iked France because of what had happened in the first World War. Hitler decided to strike up a deal with France to keep peace between the two countries if they would give back the rightful land that belonged to Germany. France refused and look towards its two allies in England and the United States for help. Hitler’s plan worked to perfection as, “A year and a half before, Hitler had demanded that if the disarmament negotiations collapsed again, France should be considered guilty of their failure in the eyes of the world…Germany was rearming, but France was considered responsible for it.” (Der Fuehrer, Page 717.) From this passage one can see that Hitler knew what he was doing politically and he was executing his plans to perfection. Hitler now had what he wanted with a divided Europe that could no longer pose a threat to his army while he took over parts of Europe.
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