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Hitler 's Creation Of The Hitler Youth

- Hitler’s creation of the Hitler Youth was not only an ingenious idea to obtain new young healthy members of the Nazi regime but also played on the broken and decayed spirit of the youth of Germany. Noakes provides excerpts from the Hitler Youth War Service Plan for 1940. Hitler was not only using these youth to gain people he was using them the gain a larger army. “Pre-military training plans of the 16-18-year-old Hitler Youth boy is extened from six to twelve months so that the final test will be finished by 15 October 1940” (Noakes 400)....   [tags: Nazi Germany, Nazism, Hitler Youth, Nazi Party]

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The Hitler Youth

- The Hitler Youth The start of it all seems innocent. It goes from changing playing into politics, home and school to Volk and the Third Reich, turning campgrounds into pre-military training areas, air guns into machine guns, sing-alongs into marching drills, instruction into indoctrination, luring boys and girls into Hitler Youth by uniforms, weekend hikes (Health Source). Brainwashing children by activities that kids enjoy, turning children into Nazis (Health Source). Hitler's Youth Group was part of the systematic way that the Nazi's gained the support of the German people whose collective silence allowed the final solution to occur....   [tags: Third Reich, Nazy Germany, World History]

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The Hitler Youth Organization

- ... And the girls section age 10 to 18, the Bund Deutcher Madel (the league of German Girls). 1933 was the year that changed the future of the HJ. Hitler was appointed Chancellor on January 30, 1933 and formally entered office in March of 1933. Hitler then disbanded over 400 youth groups and encouraged the youths’ for the canceled groups to join the HJ. Due to Hitler’s demolishing of Germany youth groups by 1933 the Hitler Youth membership had enlisted over 25,000 boys aged 14 and up along with the junior branch and the League of German Girls....   [tags: children, future, brainwash, military]

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Hitler Youth: The Future of Germany

- Hitler Youth: The Future of Germany The Hitler Youth (Hitlerjugend-HJ) were for Hitler the future of the Nazi party. Hitler’s dream of a thousand year Reich could only be accomplished through the youth, which were deemed the most important aspect of Germany's future as a powerful nation. "The future of the German nation depends on its youth, and the German youth shall have to be prepared for its future duties."(i) The youth were important because they would continue the Nazi legacy and spread propaganda to future generations....   [tags: Nazi German Hitler History Essays]

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Hitler Youth Movement

- During World War 2 there was a movement from Adolf Hitler to make use of the generation to come. He wanted the youth to grow into strong individuals that would promote his ideals and passionately die for them, if necessary. I have chosen to research more into this youth movement. I want to find out more about the Hitler Youth. How it began, how it developed, how they were managed, as well as its ultimate demise nearing the end of World War 2 are all facets I would like to know. Let’s begin with the first showing of a youth movement in Germany....   [tags: began, development, managed, demise]

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What Was the Nature and Purpose of the Hitler Youth?

- What was the nature and purpose of the Hitler Youth. In this essay I shall be looking at what the purpose of the Hitler Youth was and as to why Hitler chose to set it up. The Hitler Youth was an organisation in which Hitler used to indoctrinate pupils into believing in the superiority of the Aryan race, to value compliance, discipline and sacrifice while having indisputable loyalty to the Fuhrer. The purpose of this was to create a Germany that would always remain faithful to Hitler so there would never be anarchy....   [tags: Nazi Germany]

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Adolf Hitler And The Nazi Movement

- “No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin, or his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite.” --Nelson Mandela, Long Walk to Freedom. The Hitler youth breed hate from a young age using propaganda, and teaching disinformation. The Hitler youth had been taught that the Aryan race was a “pure” race, and everyone else is not. Just like before the war, the Nazi youth had to be “reprogrammed” to stop hating....   [tags: Nazi Germany, Adolf Hitler, Hitler Youth, Nazism]

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The Hitler Youth and their Impact in World War II

- Imagine you are a thirteen year old growing up in Germany, 1938. Some of the kids at school are talking about a new program called the Hitlerjugend (or Hitler Youth). It sounds fun and exciting with its camping trips and home meetings so you decide to join. The Hitlerjugend is just as fun and exciting as it sounded and as the years pass you gain new skills; loyalty to Hitler and German; and growing hatred for Jews, Blacks, the handicapped, and other “burdens of the state”. To you this is simply a thought but to many children in the 1930’s this was a reality....   [tags: Anti-Semitism, Devotion, Nazi]

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The Hitler Youth Movement

- The Hitler Youth Movement Adolph Hitler and his Nazis had an enormous impact on the world between 1939 -- 1945, Causing World War two. Hitler and his Nazis had total power over German social life, starting in 1933 when he came to power, until 1939 when the war began. This project will focus on Hitler youth in this period. Adolph Hitler was born in Austria in 1889 to Alois and Klara Hitler. He was somewhat of a drifter in his early years, dreaming of nothing but studying architecture in Vienna at the prestigious Academy of Art....   [tags: Free Example Essays]

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Hitler Youth

- “The future of the German nation depends on its youth and the German youth shall have to be prepared for its future duties” The youth of Germany were an important target for Hitler. He knew that if his dream for the thousand year Reich were to be fulfilled he needed the loyalty of the young German people. But how did he obtain that loyalty. How did he set about bending the German children’s hearts and minds to his will. The answer is simple-the Hitler Youth. In the years from 1929 to 1933 economic hardship, a faltering political regime and generational tensions left many young people with no place to turn....   [tags: World War II WWII WW2 Nazi Germany]

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Hitler Youth

- I thought the most interesting aspect of the Hitler Youth movement was the beginning of it all, when the numbers were small to when the organization held a lot of power. The years 1933-1938 were the most influential of the youth movement. These years determined what the organization would become and how much power they would hold. When Hitler came into power as the German Chancellor in 1933, the Hitler youth was not nearly close to an idea of what it was to become. Around this time, The Hitler Youth Organization numbered around one hundred thousand....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Nature and Purpose of the Hitler Youth Movement

- The Nature and Purpose of the Hitler Youth Movement After World War 1, Hitler wanted to turn young Germans into loyal Nazis. Hitler said that were three great influences on children, their school, their families and youth movements. Youth movements were popular, and they did activities such as sport, music and carrying 'dead' comrades. The first Hitler youth movement was founded in Germany during the 1920s, and soon after became compulsory in 1936. There were different organisations for girls and boys....   [tags: Papers]

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The Nature and Purpose of the Hitler Youth Movement

- The Nature and Purpose of the Hitler Youth Movement There were many purposes for the Hitler Youth Movement and the nature of it was strict and disciplined so that the youth of the time became accustomed to it as part of their everyday life. One of the main purposes of the Hitler Youth Movement was to turn the young people of Germany into loyal Nazis. By starting them off at a young age (6), these children would be so indoctrinated by the Nazi regime and beliefs that being a loyal Nazi would be the only option, any other would be unthinkable....   [tags: Papers]

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The Nature and Purpose of the Hitler Youth Movement

- The Nature and Purpose of the Hitler Youth Movement The Nazis wanted to secure total loyalty from Germanys’ young people to do this Hitler encouraged them to join youth organisations. However, by the end of 1933 all youth clubs were banned this was because Hitler wanted all young people to join his Hitler Youth organisation. The organisation was set up in 1930, before Hitler came into power, there were just over 100,000 members. By the end of 1939, there were over 8 million children in the Hitler youth....   [tags: Papers]

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The Failure Of The Nazi Regime

- The Failure to Create a Total State The goal of the Nazi regime even before it came to power was to take control of all aspects of life and create a totalitarian state. A totalitarian state is one that has complete control of all aspects of society and the individual is subordinate to the state, and while the Nazi’s did a great number of things to strengthen their control over the population, they were unable to succeed in their ultimate goal of total control. This failure is evident by the number of resistance groups present on different levels of society during Nazi rule, as well as the willingness of the population to denounce Nazi rule as the war came to a close....   [tags: Nazi Germany, Nazism, Nazi Party, Hitler Youth]

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The Medi A Turning Point

- Hutu Power was a movement that encouraged Hutu solidarity (Des Forges, pp.4). The movement gained support by depicting Tutsis as relentless dominators—a fear of many Hutus. Capitalizing on the movement, it was suggested that Hutu civilians be armed to fight against the Tutsis (Des Forges, pp.5). Many Hutus were enthusiastic to participate in a “civilian defense force”, thus, indicating an expansion of latent prejudice within the fabric of Rwandan civil life into active persecutory measures. The Media: A Turning Point The media reinforced the negative views on Jews and Tutsis, with the concept of Hutu Power in relation to anti-Tutsi prejudice and the concept of Judeo-Bolshevism in relation to...   [tags: Nazi Germany, Nazism, Adolf Hitler, Hitler Youth]

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Hitler And Hitler 's Artistic Talent

- Ken Robinson once said, “Creativity is putting your imagination to work, and it 's produced the most extraordinary results in human culture.” Creativity is more than just having artistic talent. According to Merriam- Webster Dictionary creativity is defined as, “the ability to make new things or think of new ideas.” A person can be creative without making a single piece of artwork. Creativity was one characteristic that Stalin and Hitler had in common. Both had artistic abilities and talent as well as possessing the ability to think creatively....   [tags: Art, Creativity, Nazism, Adolf Hitler]

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Adolf Hitler And The Second Reich

- In World War II, Adolf Hitler took over a regime named “The Third Reich.” Hitler and supporters became people whom chose the fate, treatment, and punishment of the Jewish people. In the context of Nazism, it will entail the atrocities and shameless acts made upon these victims. The Jewish people were forced to such atrocious acts of violence that many people today do not believe it once happened. Nazism The Third Reich began a belief that there was subhuman and superiority races. A race is defined as “a group of persons related by common descent or heredity.” (http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/race) Adolf Hitler and his regime were German; his victims were of Jewish population....   [tags: Nazi Germany, Schutzstaffel, Adolf Hitler]

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Young Life of Adolf Hitler

- If one man was treated differently as a child could millions of innocent lives been saved. Many people say that our childhood affects who we grow up to be. Michael Jackson once said, “All of us are products of our childhood.” Adolf Hitler’s childhood and young adult life may have influenced why he began the Holocaust, and it may have been prevented if he had been treated otherwise. Hitler went through an insensitive adolescence and challenging mature life. If his adolescent life had been different, the Holocaust may have been prevented early on....   [tags: Hitler's childhood affected who he became]

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Adolf Hitler As A Theological Perspective

- Many words have been used to describe the man known as Adolf Hitler. Perhaps the more common of them being ‘evil’. Lest we be accused of labeling the man from a theological perspective, one must only look at his legacy to see the truth of this and many other descriptive labels on his character. Cruel, unstable, lacking human empathy, though possessing an uncanny eye for the effects of propaganda on the masses, Adolf Hitler was shaped by the events around his early life; his personality molded by the fervor of the times, taken to their utmost extremes....   [tags: Adolf Hitler, World War II, Joseph Goebbels]

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Hitler 's Influence On Nazi Germany

- As Hitler rose to power he soon created Nazi Germany, a totalitarian state, by making himself a famous dictator, being known as a ‘Fuhrer’. When Hitler was in power he made some significant changes to Nazi Germany with both changes being positive such as: keeping promises, teaching discipline, created Volkswagen, restored German pride (nationalism) and provided employment to those who lost their jobs during The Great Depression. However, the negatives of Hitler being in power of Germany are: control of education, use of terror and violence, torture and execution, concentration camps and strictly controlled businesses....   [tags: Adolf Hitler, Nazism, Weimar Republic]

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Adolf Hitler And The Nazi Party

- How Did Hitler Rise to Power. In Sebastion Haffner’s Defying Hitler, the rise of Adolf Hitler and the Nazi party is told through a firsthand experience. Through this first-hand experience, Haffner answers the question as to how the Nazis were able to rise and stay in power. The Nazi party was formed at the end of the First World War. The Nazis faced a lot of criticism for their beliefs and tactics in the early stages and were viewed as a nuisance and nothing more. Every party needs a great leader and they found that in Adolf Hitler....   [tags: Adolf Hitler, Nazism, Nazi Germany, World War I]

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Hitler 's Influence On The Nazi Party

- In 1933, Hitler constructed camps for young German Boys. They taught German boys from the age of ten to eighteen. A powerful speaker, Adolf Hitler showed the boys his ways of thinking at Hitler Youth. The camps made the boys obedient, hopeful, and disciplined. Hitler named the main where Hitler Youth and the other was called German Young People. Both camps were organised by Adolf Hitler himself. At Hitler Youth, the boys were trained how to complete various tasks that would prepare them for war....   [tags: Nazi Germany, Adolf Hitler, World War II]

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Hitler Was A Great Leader Of The Twentieth Century

- The Holocaust was one of the twentieth century’s greatest tragedies that was made possible by prevalent anti-Semitism. The holocaust was an example of mob mentality because of what Hitler was doing. He was creating an army, an army that was basically created for world domination. On January 30, 1933 the holocaust began. It was once said “The greatest revolutionary leader of the twentieth century was not Lenin or Stalin. It was Hitler.” (Buchanan, Patrick J. Churchill, Hitler, and the Unnecessary War....   [tags: Nazi Germany, The Holocaust, Adolf Hitler, Germany]

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Hitler 's Rise And Exploitation Of Power

- Adolf Hitler’s gain of power started shortly after World War I. The German nation had suffered a defeat in the first World War and needed to bounce back as one of the powerful nations in Europe. While Hitler was unsuccessful in gaining power immediately, over time he did gain the control that he sought. Accordingly, he turned around Germany’s outlook before abusing his authority and being one of the main reasons for World War II. Hitler’s rise and exploitation of power went from restoring German national pride after World War I to the full-blown attack on the Jews by taking advantage of the unfortunate situation that World War I created in Germany and building a false sense of hope among the...   [tags: Nazi Germany, Germany, Adolf Hitler, Nazism]

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Triumph of Hitler Prior to the Second World War

- Essay Title: ‘Hitler aimed to recreate German economy and society and subordinate them to a war of racial supremacy.’ How did he embark on these plans in the 1930s prior to the outbreak of the Second World War. The Elections of January 1933 saw the Nazi party finally gaining a majority vote in the Reichstag effectively enabling President Hindenburg to give the go ahead for Hitler, the new chancellor to form a new government, implementing Nazi Policy. With the economy in ruins and the reparations lasting after the war, bankruptcy threatened with also over six million of the general public unemployed....   [tags: Hitler Economic Policy]

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Adolf Hitler : A White Male Of Austrian Descent

- Adolf Hitler Psychology Profile Introduction Adolf Hitler is one of the most interesting people in history in my opinion. He becomes even more interesting when you look at his childhood and how it was effected with an abusive father and other traumatic instances. He exhibited PTSD and anxiety disorders with many examples of their characteristic later in his life. Most people think of Hitler as someone that would get on his microphone and wave his hands around, demanding respect. But later in World War II he became increasingly nervous or outright unable to go speak to the German people....   [tags: Adolf Hitler, World War II]

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The Third Key Member Of Hitler 's Inner Circle

- The fourth key member of Hitler’s inner circle is the German Architect Albert Speer. He was a brilliant Architect, the drawings of his buildings were what drew Hitler to recruiting Speer. Many architects dream of being able to build their own building and be able to look upon to with pride. Hitler was able to take it step further with Speer. Hitler gave him the opportunity to build complete cities. From the start Speer was completely under the influence of Hitler and built anything that he needed....   [tags: Adolf Hitler, Nazi Germany, Nazism, Nazi Party]

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Comparing Hitler and Napoleon

- Comparing Hitler and Napoleon There were differences between Hitler and Napoleon, however I feel there were more similarities. They were both immigrants in the country they ended up ruling, both conquered most of Europe, both had radical views about fighting, and both were very quick in their fighting. However, the most significant similarities between the two leaders is how they were accepted as monarchs in a previously democratic society, and what they did for the countries after becoming monarchs....   [tags: Compare Contrast Hitler Napoleon Essays]

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Hitler: Old Ideas, New Meanings

- Hitler: Old Ideas, New Meanings The second World War was a consequence of one man and his idealistic dream. Adolf Hitler strove to further the "Aryan" race at the expense of other people and cultures. However, for such an idealistic man, Hitler was fairly unoriginal. He borrowed the swastika, the main symbol used in the war to indicate Nazi rule, from ancient civilizations. Hitler also borrowed mythology from other cultures to promote his ideas. The swastika was far from being Hitler's own invention....   [tags: Adolf Hitler Nazi History Symbolism Essays]

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A Child Of Hitler By Alfons Heck

- A Child of Hitler by Alfons Heck is an autobiographical account of Nazi Germany from 1933 to 1945 from his perspective as a member of the Hitler Youth. Heck’s autobiography is abundant with emotional treatise and recollections from his childhood. Published in 1985, the book is targeted toward an adult audience. The overarching theme focuses on repentance and the overwhelming power of propaganda and the resulting passion produced by NSDAP indoctrination. Using this theme as guidance, Heck argues that Nazi propaganda was highly efficient and produced an indoctrinated generation that was consumed with Aryan and Third Reich superiority until the defeat of Germany in 1945....   [tags: Nazi Germany, World War II, Nazi Party]

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The Pros and Cons of Adolf Hitler

- According to historians from the BBC article (Hitler’s Leadership Style, Geoffrey Megargee), Adolf Hitler was one of the greatest people to lead a whole nation in history. Similar to any great leader, he lead, inspired, and guided millions of Aryans of all ages and genders to believe they were more superior and pure than all of the other existing races and ethnicities. Hitler came to power in 1933 when Germany was recovering from its recession as well as depression from World War I. Similar to any other leader, Hitler had one motive, and that was to rebuild the lives and the entire country to give them confidence and believing they were a phenomenal group of people....   [tags: Pro Con Essays]

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Hitler And Stalin 's Influence On The German 's Beliefs

- Hitler and Stalin were both considered the most absolute rulers in all of history. Stalin was able to become an absolute ruler by forcing people to obey him by killing millions of Russians. It wasn’t until Stalin had power in his country until he had started killing many Russians. However, Hitler was able to become an absolute ruler without going to the extreme measures of killing millions of his own people. Hitler was able to influence his people mentally so they would not only be on his side but they would also be willing to die for him and what he had stood for....   [tags: Nazi Germany, Nazism, World War I, Adolf Hitler]

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The Rise and Fall of Adolf Hitler

- The Rise and Fall of Adolf Hitler Adolf Hitler was one of the most effective and influential leaders in history, his actions during his lifetime still have an impact on today's world. He was Chancellor and later Dictator of Germany, provoked World War II, and was accountable for an estimated 11 million deaths total by the end of his life. Hitler overcame the literal world by rising from a homeless man to Chancellor of Germany, taking over Germany as dictator, and finally ruling over the majority of Europe throughout World War II....   [tags: Nazu Germany, Hoocaust, Jews, World History]

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Adolf Hitler's Use of Propaganda

- Adolf Hitler’s use of Propaganda Adolf Hitler took control of Germany prior to World War II in the 1930s. His influence of anti-Semitism and national pride for Germany fueled him to commit many of the crimes he and his Nazi party had committed. Many people found it hard to believe that such terrible and heinous crimes could be committed for so long. One major tool to Hitler’s European takeover was propaganda. This propaganda was used to show Germans in a positive light and most non-Germans in a negative light....   [tags: WWII, nazism, anti-semitism]

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Adolf Hitler: A Political Theorist

- Most would not recognize Adolf Hitler of being a political theorist, due to the fact of the horrific events that transpired under his control. However, he indeed was one for better or worse. His views about the political world were extreme to say the least and he often wrote his theories in need or due to circumstance (http://www.historyplace.com/worldwar2/riseofhitler/kampf.htm. His views were mostly formed in three time periods of his life (http://www.historyplace.com/worldwar2/riseofhitler/kampf.htm)....   [tags: history, politics, WWII]

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Propaganda in Hitler's Germany

- During Hitler’s reign in Germany, propaganda was his main method of control. He and the National Socialist German Workers’ Party, or Nazis, believed that to remain in control, it is necessary to prevent any and all internal unrest through strictly regulated popular opinion. The mission was to keep public opinion in favor of the Nazi party’s ideology. One of the primary aspects of their ideology was extreme anti-Semitism and racial inequality. Within years they were able to introduce this belief to nearly all of the German people through heavy influence by propaganda....   [tags: National Socialist German Worker's Party, Nazi]

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Hitler's Youngsters

- All single and married women up to the age of thirty-five who do not already have four children should be obligated to produce four children by radically pure, German men.” This statement was made by Hitler’s government in 1933 that became a further law in Germany. Analyzing this argument it’s possible to say that Hitler Youth movement started before the birth of the child. In this essay I will discuss the methods that Hitler used to influence the young Germans until the end of the World War II....   [tags: informative essay, war world ii]

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Hitler an the Holocaust

- Hitler an the Holocaust Adolph Hitler was known as the dictator of Nazi Germany. As a youth, Hitler already showed signs that characterized his later life, such as the unableness to make ordinary human relationships, a hatred for non-Germany people such as the Jews, and the dream of living in a world of fantasy. So when Adolph Hitler came into power in 1933, he lived out these characteristics in a very publicized way. Once elected, Hitler went on to create an absolute dictatorship and had an ultimate goal of establishing a greater Germany that had ever existed before in history....   [tags: Essays Papers]

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Hitler's Leadership

- Adolph Hitler is seen by many as a socialist with great wickedness that scarred the world forever however; Hitler was one of the most influential leaders of all time with great intelligence and charisma despite his unstable childhood and insecurity. His strong personality, leadership, affection for his people and stubborn willpower brought Germany out of a depression in 5 years, reduced the unemployment rates to a shocking 100% over the course of 6 years, and modernized the infrastructure of his country both economically and militarily....   [tags: Leadership ]

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Adolf Hitler

- The murder of six million Jews and six million other religions/races is known as the Holocaust. This horrible attempt to annihilate certain races and religions was all brought upon by one man, Adolf Hitler. Adolf Hitler took power in 1833 and immediately started his plan to exterminate the Jews. Hitler had the Nazi party behind him and eventually thousands of soldiers to help him invade the many countries for living Jews. He held rallies where he had speeches to his followers and had what is called the Hitler Youth Movement that teaches the youth on what only the Nazi’s racial and political influence was....   [tags: Biography]

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Hitler and The Nazi Party: The Rise of Hilter

- History has reveabed many dictators but none as famous as Adolf Hitler. In the short time that it took Hitler and Nazi party to rise to power the distershen it made for the old government slipt under the raidar. Once Hitler tuck power he made plans to make a new fighting force inside the army loyal only to him. In time the Nazi Party just turned into a tule for Hitler's plans. This plans brot the beeginning of the end for Hitler and the Nazi. Without the Nazi party, Hitler would have never resen as cilky into power and never would have the infules in World War 2....   [tags: Poland invasion, power, government]

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Factors Affecting the Success of Hitler, the Opportunist

- Adolf Hitler’s rise to power can be largely attributed to his ability to make use of events that happened in Weimar Germany, however much of his success came from careful, precise planning. Life after World War One was difficult for all Germans; the country was in political chaos with other factors leading to the relatively easy rise to power of Hitler. During the Stresemann years Germany started to rebuild itself leading which required Hitler to very carefully plan the ways in which he conducted himself, his party and the information that he released to the public....   [tags: Nazi, World War II]

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Adolf Hitler: A Very Brief Biography

- Adolf Hitler is one of the most well known figures of the twentieth century. His power was far reaching and exceptionally destructive. Because of Hitler, one out of every three european jews lost their lives. Entire communities suddenly disappeared and over ten-million people were murdered because of his racial, ethnic, and political policies (Bigelow). In Adolf Hitler’s push towards a harsh dictatorship, through his use of propaganda, strategic military power, and his mass genocidal tactics, Adolf Hitler negatively impacted Germany and eventually the world because of his role in World War Two....   [tags: infamous mass murderers and dictators]

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Changing the Image of the Youth Minister

- Changing the Image of the Youth Minister For the past twenty years, the average tenure of youth ministers has been disgustingly short. “Fifteen hundred Youth Pastors leave the ministry each month due to moral failure, getting a better paid position, spiritual burnout, or contention in their churches” (Krejcir 1). What factors are causing this. Do they have commitment issues. Do the senior pastors not trust them. Do they see the job as a stepping-stone to bigger and better things. This paper will demonstrate that the main reasons causing the short tenure of youth ministers are church bureaucracy, senior pastor skepticism, the stepping-stone mindset, the messiah complex, insufficient budget,...   [tags: short tenure, religious guidance]

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Adolf Hitler: One of the Most Talented Orators in History

- Throughout the course of time there have been many world renowned orators, that have forever changed history. The power to speak and captivate an audience is a gift that not many possess. There are have been numerous leaders throughout the world that have achieved this gift and have put it to use. There have been both positive and negative outcomes of public speaking by famous leaders. Whether it was African-American civil rights leader, Martin Luther King Jr., changing the world and the views of people for the better with his “I Have A Dream” speech, or German dictator, Adolf Hitler, pushing his anti-semitic views through his Nazi speeches, people listened....   [tags: Communication ]

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How Powerful Was Hitler as a Dictator?

- Commentators on the Third Reich tend to be divided into two groups: the Intentionalists and the Structuralists. The former emphasize that all essential political decisions were taken by Hitler, being the prime coordinator in domestic and foreign policy, essentially equating Nazism with Hitlerism. The latter emphasize the limitations on Hitler's freedom of action as a result of forces operating within the State. They argue that, under Hitler, Nazi Germany suffered from a leadership crisis. Preferring not to side so rigidly with either perspective, I rather, agree certain aspects from each commentary....   [tags: European History]

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Economics During the Years of Hitler

- Economics During the Years of Hitler Adolf Hitler became leader of the Nazi Party in 1921; throughout the passing years he made various attempts to overthrow the Government. He became Chancellor in 1933 and his main aims included tackling depression and restoring full employment in Germany. Another key ambition Hitler had was to prepare Germany for a next possible war. Hitler took position as Chancellor in Germany in 1933, just after the Great Depression between 1929, when the Wall Street Crash hit America’s stock market, until 1932....   [tags: Papers]

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Bad Influence of Hip Hop on Youth

- Music producers have an influence on the music that today’s youth listen to that many are affected by even though the producers are unaware of it. Today there’s a lot of drug abuse, violence, and sex all on the rise even though hip hop itself is not to blame. Imagine our youth all over the country being exposed to this explicit kind of language. There is no need to imagine, because it is already happening. Ever since the rise of Rap and Hip Hop music, teens have been turning to them to help solve their problems....   [tags: music, behavior, psychology]

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The Psychology of Adolf Hitler

- The Psychology of Hitler It is no surprise to very few that Adolph Hitler is one of the most infamous humans ever to have been born. To this day, the mention of his name can conjure up emotions deep within us. He is responsible for the deaths of millions of people either directly or indirectly. The fascinating aspect of his life is what was the true motivation behind his prejudice, cruelty, and heartlessness. The next logical speculation for most would be his upbringing or that he was physiologically unstable, more logically it was a combination of the two....   [tags: European History]

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Hitler and Stalin: A Comparison of Traits Contributing to the Rise to Power

- With the dawn of civilization soon thereafter followed the creation of authoritarian and totalitarian establishments. The history of man is inundated with instances of leaders rising to power over certain groups of people and through various means gaining formidable control to be used for good, evil, or an ambiguous mixture of both. However, it is an undeniable fact that once unchecked power is acquired, tyranny often ensues, and thus a dictatorial regime is born. Over the centuries, governmental establishments have risen and fallen, but as history and civilization progress, so does the potential for a larger and more powerful domination....   [tags: Authoritarian Establishment, Family Life]

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Hitler's Rise to Power

- Hitler's Rise to Power In 1919 The Weimar Republic encountered harsh economic, social and political problems. After the new Democratic Republic signed the armistice it put Germany not only into an economic crisis, it also caused Ebert’s Republic to get off to an unpopular start. The new government were branded ‘The November Criminals’ even though they weren’t to be blamed, and were left little choice. Some people felt the government should be based on communism, and the Spartacist uprising in 1919 caused major political problems....   [tags: Papers]

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Hitler's Rise to Power

- The 1900's marked was one of the most consequential periods of time as it marked the onset of Nazi ideology, an ideology that would be advocated by radical leaders such as Adolf Hitler to maintain power of Germany. Hitler would use National Socialism, which renounced Marxist ideals, as a basis to formulate his own basic views of a philosophy which he would bolster for the rest of his life. As a strong anti-Semite, and an ardent German nationalist, Hitler recognized the importance in the need for struggle and "emphasized a crude Social Darwinism; the world was a brutal place filled with constant struggle in which only the fit survived" (Spielvogel 794)....   [tags: European History]

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Adolf Hitler

- Adolf Hitler Adolf Hitler, to some, was a great ruler, but to others he was a murderer. Hitler was the leader of the Nazi party and was the dictator of Germany. He ordered to have millions of Jews murdered or thrown in prisons. Adolf Hitler was born April 20, 1889, in a small town in Australia called Branuan. His dad's name was Alios Hitler and was a customs official. He was 51 years old when Adolf was born. Klara Polz, Adolf's mother, was a farm girl and was 28 when Adolf was born. Klara and Alios had 6 children , but only Adolf and his sister Paula survived childhood....   [tags: Biography Biographies]

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Adolf Hitler

- Adolf Hitler On April 20, 1889, the world was changed forever when Adolf Hitler was born to Alois and Klara Hitler in a little town named Braunau-am-Inn, Austria. Alois worked as a customs officer on the border crossing near their hometown. Adolf was the third born in his family, but first to survive. Later would come Edmund, who would live to the age of six, and Paula who would live to out survive Adolf himself. With a poor record in school, Adolf Hitler dropped out with ambitions of becoming an artist....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Adolf Hitler

- Adolf Hitler was born on April 20, 1889 in Braunau-am-Inn, Austria to Alois and Klara. When he was three years old, his family moved to Passau. Then in 1895 they moved to Hafeld. When he was thirteen, his father passed away leaving his mother, Klara, to raise Adolf and his sister Paula on her own. As a youngster, Hitler went to church regularly. He also spent a lot of time playing cowboys and Indians. His best childhood friend, August Kubizek claimed that Adolf was shy but often busted out in anger....   [tags: Biography Biographies Bio]

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Manipulation of Youth by Dictators

- Manipulation of Youth by Dictators Influencing people at a young age is one tactic used by Hitler in Nazi Germany and by Big Brother in 1984 to keep the future of their nations devoted. This tactic is made evident in Nazi Germany and in 1984 by the youth organizations set up by both dictators’. These organizations make their youth feel like they are involved. Both Hitler and Big Brother have ways to brainwash the youth into following. The Spies in 1984 and the Hitler Youth in Nazi Germany grow up living the way that their dictator had set up and for the rest of their lives they will be faithful and devoted; it’s the only way that they know....   [tags: essays papers]

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Hitler's Powerful Leadership

- Hitler's Powerful Leadership   The setting was perfect as the people of Germany were primed and ready for any leader that would tickle their ears with what they were wanting to hear. World War I was over (#4) and the people of Germany were in an economic depression that crippled the country. The German mark had lost so much value that it took a wheelbarrow full of money to buy a loaf of bread. A good portion of the youth in Germany were raised in fatherless homes. In an article written by Dr....   [tags: Exploratory Essays Research Papers]

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Perfect Environment for Youth Gangs to Rise in the United States

- There is a tendency to see gang activity as a purely American phenomenon. Truth be told youth gangs have been reported across many countries and can have their origins traced to early Europe (Mihailoff). One example can be seen with the revival of the Nazi youth movement and the counter offensive of those who are taking the brunt of the violence occurring in Germany. As Germany is seeing an influx in immigration it also has a growing issue with the war that is being waged by youth that view their culture under a fundamental attack....   [tags: culture, society, immigration, urbanization]

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Little Opposition to Hitler Due to Propaganda

- Little Opposition to Hitler Due to Propaganda You'll have your hands full from now on. I just can't accept that now people will be in peril of their lives because of other people. I can't accept it and I find it horrifying. Never tell me that it's for the sake of Fatherland. -Sophie Scholl The Nazis faced relatively little open opposition during their 12 years in power. In private, Germans complained about the regime and its actions, although not all. Some might refuse to give the Nazi salute; they might pass on anti-Nazi jokes and rude stories about senior Nazis....   [tags: Papers]

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Profile of Adolf Hitler (1889 -1945)

- Profile of Adolf Hitler (1889 -1945) Family Background Adolf Hitler was born on April 20th 1889 in Braunau-am-Inn, Austria. The town is near to the Austro-German border, and his father, Alois, worked as a customs officer on the border crossing. His mother, Klara, had previously given birth to two other children by Alois, (Gustav and Ida) but they both died in their infancy. Adolf attended school from the age of six and the family lived in various villages around the town of Linz, east of Braunau....   [tags: Papers]

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Nashi: Pro-regime Youth Groups in Russia

- Type “Nashi” into any search engine and you will come across videos of uniformly clad youth chanting in unison, evoking bygone images of Komsomol or Hitler’s Youth. Indeed, Nashi, a pro-regime, state-supported youth organization, has often been likened to these organizations by the media and scholars alike. Yet, is this simplistic comparison an accurate one. Are state-led youth organizations in Russia merely puppets of the regime, lacking their own will or motivation. In the following pages I trace the origins and purposes behind the organization of pro-regime youth groups in Russia, arguing that while these movements undoubtedly perform many of the same functions as youth groups of the past...   [tags: Political Science]

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Hitler's Totalitarian Dictatorship

- To what extent was the Third Reich a Totalitarian Dictatorship. To be able to answer this question it is important to define what is meant by ‘totalitarian dictatorship’. Totalitarian means a form of government that does not allow rival political parties and demands total obedience from the people and, dictatorship means ruler who has complete power . The Nazi Party did have as its intention the creation of what we would see as a totalitarian dictatorship, but the important question is how far they achieved this goal....   [tags: Nazi, third reich]

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Exploring Hitler's Propaganda through The Boy Who Dared by Bartoletti

- Jewish people were not the only people affected by Hitler during World War II. Germans were also greatly affected and influenced by the Nazi propaganda. Hitler spread his message by integrating propaganda into schools to influence and manipulate children. The Peoples Radio was another tool used by the Nazis to spread their ideas. Those who did not conform to Hitler’s ideology were persecuted and punished severely. In the The Boy Who Dared, author Susan Campbell Bartoletti introduces several fictional characters to demonstrate how easily the Germans were manipulated into supporting Hitler’s ideology about Germany and its future....   [tags: World History, Book Review]

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Comparing Hitler's Germany and Stalin's Russia

- Comparing Hitler's Germany and Stalin's Russia Why is it that Germany's fascism lasted a relatively short time compared to Russia's communism. The regimes established under Hitler and Stalin were incredibly similar with respect to the rise and control of the state. Both systems were based on entirely different ideology and goals. Hitler's Mein Kampf established the superiority of the German race and the need to expand as wanted by God. Hitler wanted the world. The government in Russia established by Lenin was based on a book called Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx, a call to the proletariate to unite and rebel against their selfish employers....   [tags: Comparison Compare Contrast Essays]

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The Essential Events of Adolf Hitler

- ... I do identify this to be an essential event that influence his behaviors. However, I do think the circumstance that his family was poor and the fact he was mistreated by his father, that this would urge Adolf to do things that was meaningful to him. Adolf, did well at primary school and was believed to have a sharp intellectual upcoming, and even at his young age he was respected for his leadership potentials. Though, once he arrive at secondary school his characteristic of misbehaving beginning to be reveal....   [tags: treaty of versailles, controlling the world]

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Hitler 's An Emergency Decree

- On February 28, 1933 Hitler enacted an Emergency Decree, which eliminated individual rights throughout Germany. This was in response to the Reichstag fire that was caused by communist revolutionaries, or so Hitler claimed. Obtaining the power to cut off individual rights legally was the start of the deceptive escalation of Jewish persecution. At the beginning the persecution was random and happened at any time. One of the first organized reprisals was the Jewish Boycott on April 1, 1933. Hitler encouraged all ethnic Germans to boycott stores run by Jewish merchants, however, this eventually failed because of lack of participation....   [tags: Nazi Germany, Antisemitism, Germany, Jews]

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Adolf Hitler And The Nazi World

- s told me this was good when I was four years old” but rather people grow up accepting, perhaps subconsciously, that there is an objective right and wrong that is bigger than their parental figures that enacts itself on them as well. There are countless historical figures that, once having rejected their culture’s moral standards and the authority of their norms, have been labeled as heroes. There were officers in Nazi Germany who were bred and taught under the all-consuming regime of Hitler and yet still felt compelled to rebel....   [tags: Morality, Moral relativism, Relativism]

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Effects of Hitler’s Rise to Power on the Jewish Population and Other Minorities

- Imagine an entire race being annihilated off the face of the earth because of one person’s hatred towards that race. On January 30, 1933, Adolf Hitler rose to power over Germany. On that same night, in glistening admiration, he looked out of the government building and witnessed a parade of Nazi troops marching with glee for their new leader. Hitler sliced the night air by stating, “No power on earth will get me out of here alive.” Hitler’s rise to power negatively affected the Jewish population by killing millions of Jews in various types of cruel and torturous ways, having a Nazi army under his belt, and treating the Jewish community as if they were scum on the bottom of his shoes....   [tags: World History ]

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Experiences of Youth in Nazi Germany 1933-1945

- Young people in Nazi Germany during the period between 1933 and 1945 had many different experiences according to the category of society in which they fell. This was determined by Nazi ideology regarding the supreme importance of maintaining the purity of the Aryan master race. All other ethnic groups were regarded as inferior, and this policy was pursued through force, propaganda and education. Jewish children, Hitler Youth, Swing Kids, and the disabled had very diverse treatment under Hitler's rule....   [tags: World War 2 WWII WW2]

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The Effects of Nazi Rule on Youth in Germany

- The Effects of Nazi Rule on Youth in Germany Education was an area where policies towards women were applied. The school curriculum was based around the idea that not many of them would go on to university. School staff was told to teach with that thought in mind so that they wouldn't teach them anything unnecessary, only things they would need to know in a German home. Crafts and skills were encouraged the most because it was what was needed in the role of a German woman. They knew that women were needed for some intellectual jobs and so needed to be educated so that they could be nurses and teachers but only certain girls would need to know this and it wasn't...   [tags: Papers]

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Hitler's Success in Winning the Hearts and Minds of Youths

- Hitler's Success in Winning the Hearts and Minds of Youths During Hitler’s rule, he attempted to gain as much support as possible and impose Nazi values into everyday life. Hitler aimed a large amount of propaganda at women but he also targeted at the youth generation. Similarly to women, it’s very difficult to determine their true feelings or if the evidence obtained is genuine. It is also debated whether or not Hitler actually won over the hearts and minds of the youth or if he only controlled them....   [tags: Papers]

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The Impact of the Nazi Regime on the Youth of Germany

- The Impact of the Nazi Regime on the Youth of Germany Before the Nazis changed the education system, education was free up to the age of 16; although children were allowed to leave form the age of 14. Then children of wealthier families were able to go to university if they desired. The Nazis had to control over private education, as it was likely to bring up lots of conflict, so it had to be left alone. The main changes in the education system didn't occur until 1939. In 1933 the education remained in the hands of the Lands (regional) governments, Hitler who had himself had bad memories from his school days wanted to change this....   [tags: Papers]

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How Nazi Germany Used Propaganda To Persuade Germans

- In this last essay I will talk about why there was little opposition in Germany towards the Nazi regime and was it the use of propaganda. Also I will say if I agree with this statement or disagree. In the next paragraphs I will talk about, Propaganda, censorship, Terror and popularity. Firstly I will talk about Propaganda. Hitler was very aware of good propaganda. Propaganda had played a key role. Joseph Goebbels was made ‘Minister of popular enlightenment and propaganda’. He was the head of propaganda....   [tags: Hitler, Holocaust]

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Debate on if Adolf Hitler Planned the Second World War

- Debate on if Adolf Hitler Planned the Second World War · From his youth, Hitler was a fierce, patriotic nationalist and wanted Germany to be the greatest power in the world and have a huge empire. This, he believed, could be achieved only through another World War. · When Hitler was sent to prison in 1923 for treason, he then wrote his autobiography ‘Mein Kampf’ (which means ‘My Struggle’). In this book, he expresses all his personal views and also war plans for Germany, if only he became the German Chancellor....   [tags: Papers]

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A Comparative Study of Nelson Mandela and Adolf Hitler

- A Comparative Study of Nelson Mandela and Adolf Hitler Adolf Hitler and Nelson Mandela are vastly different men, however in many ways through out their lives they both held a huge influence over their countrymen, the politics of their country and inevitably they both shaped the course of history for better or worse. Their fight, was not won without a struggle, but was helped by their masterful oratorical skills and the willingness of their followers to do anything for "the cause"....   [tags: Papers]

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Reasons Behind Continued Support of Hitler in the Nineteen-Thirties

- Reasons Behind Continued Support of Hitler in the Nineteen-Thirties There were many reasons for this for example a lot of people knew that they would benefit in the end and propaganda had a part of influence on them as well. People also feared the consequences of voicing opposition. The depression had caused a lot of unemployment and people were scared and frightened of communism taking over so they continued supporting Hitler and the Nazis. Many Germans blamed their nations troubles on the old regime of Wilhelm II for losing the war although the didn't think they really lost the war as technically they still had armies holding territories all over Europe....   [tags: Papers]

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Significance of the Night of the Long Knives for Hitler's Power

- Significance of the Night of the Long Knives for Hitler's Power In the interwar years of 1933 to 1939, Europe saw the rise of Nazi Germany, which was to become the capstone of the inter-war period, and led to the eruption of World War II, shattering the fragile peace overseen by the League of Nations. But how did a party that was in a state of political decline manage this. The Nazi regime's advancement was paralleled by the life of its leader, Adolf Hitler, who perfected his oratorical skills and worked for the advancement of the Nazi party....   [tags: Papers]

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Rebellion in the Movie Swing Kids

- Swing Kids is a 1993 film that takes place in Hamburg, Germany in 1939. Teenagers, who called themselves Swing Kids, rebelled against the Nazis by refusing to join the Hitler Jugend (Hitler Youth), better known as the HJ. They wore their hair long, liked American movies, dressed in British fashion, and listened to swing music. They used the salute “Swing Heil” as a mockery of the “Heil Hitler” salute with each other. The movie follows three Swing Kids: Peter Muller, Thomas Berger, and Arvid....   [tags: nazis, youth, hilter, kids]

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To What Extent Did Hitler Manipulate the German Population into Following his Nazi Regime

- ... Hermann Esser, a major follower of Adolf Hitler, described the Jewish society in the opinion of the German people: “Weeds in the state, the community, the family, (Infesting) the blood of humanity everywhere.” (Bytwerk) Hitler described Jews to the public as a threat and a German enemy: “All people, every state, every nation must, should, and wants to defend itself if it does not want to be the victim of (a) bloody plague.” (Bytwerk) Extreme Nazi’s would make claims to other countries, warning them of the ill manner of Jews....   [tags: German history, national socialists]

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