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    by her mother at a young age. Proof 1a “’Is my mother a communist?’ Staring. Straight ahead. ‘They were always asking her things, before I came here.’ … ‘Did the Fuhrer take her away?’ … ‘I knew it.’ The words were thrown at the steps and Liesel could feel the slush of anger stirring hotly in her stomach. ‘I hate the Fuhrer’ she said. ‘I hate him.’” (115) Explanation 1a Liesel’s mom leaves her with foster parents because she wishes to protect her from the fate she is enduring. The words

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    abandoned by her mother at a young age. “’Is my mother a communist?’ Staring. Straight ahead. ‘They were always asking her things, before I came here.’ … ‘Did the Fuhrer take her away?’ … ‘I knew it.’ The words were thrown at the steps and Liesel could feel the slush of anger stirring hotly in her stomach. ‘I hate the Fuhrer’ she said. ‘I hate him.’” (115) Liesel’s mom leaves her with foster parents because she wishes to protect her from the fate she is enduring. The words Paula, Liesel’s

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    make the difference we had hoped. In The Book Thief, Liesel and Hans both disagree with what Adolf Hitler is doing to the Jews. They have discussed in the privacy of their home what it is they feel is wrong and how they do not completely follow the Fuhrer and his ideas. The girl and her father never dare to talk about what they believe to those around them and are very careful not to let anything slip when they are in public. Both know that expressing their views on their country's leader could lead

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    Origins of the Führer The Führer, also known as Adolf Hitler, was the Chancellor of Germany as well as head leader of the Nazi party 1933-1945. The origins began off the break of World War. 1914, Hitler enlisted to fight side by side with the German army. In 1919 Hitler was sent back to Munich after demobilization. After Hitler 's service in the war as a Corporal, Hitler was awarded an Iron cross for his acts of bravery during the war. Hitler certainly believed he had a destiny, a special destiny

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    attain its aims, Nazism employed a variety of tactics: laws were enacted to ethnically purify the population (e.g., the 1935 Nuremberg Laws), sentiments were propagated with the intention of uniting the population behind its leadership (i.e., the Führer Principle), and policies were instituted to ensure total cultural, political, and economic unity (e.g., the 1933 implementation of “Gleichschaltung”). In addition, Nazism utilized enormous amounts of written and oral propaganda to reinforce its principles

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    development of policies but also argues that many of the measure that ultimately led to the Holocaust were undertaken by lower-ranking officials without direct order from Hitler in the expectation that such steps would win them the approval of the Fuhrer . Kershaw supports Mommsen’s view of the Holocaust being the result of ‘cumulative radicalization’ of the Third Reich caused by the endless power struggles and the Nazi elite’s violent and drastic move toward antisemitism. Kershaw additionally subscribes

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    The Führer´s promises of peace and prosperity have fallen by the wayside, leaving in their wake a path of carnage and destruction. My duty as an officer is no longer to save my nation, but to save humanity. In order to accomplish this, I, Coronel Claus von Stauffenberg, have rewritten and polished Operation Valkyrie; a plan formerly designed by Adolf Hitler. Eliminating the Wolf, ending the war and establishing an improved government are they key steps to unshackle Germany from the binding chains

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    propaganda strategies, their unconditional devotion to their Führer, and their will to survive and pull together. Joseph Goebbels the Minister of Public Enlighten and Propaganda spearheaded the Nazi’s propaganda strategies. His initial twofold plan

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    Their hands arose as the Führer passed by. Chants grew louder and louder; “Heil Hitler! Heil Hitler.” This was their leader, a man who the children looked up to, and the reason why Germans were able to return to work. Hitler, a leader who was praised in his time era, however, today is seen as the reason behind the holocaust, a unique event in history. Adolf Hitler who served as a dictator from 1934 to 1945 said: “If you tell a big enough lie and tell it frequently enough, it will be believed.” (GoodReads)

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    Death In The Book Thief

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    the best, dragging down the young and tearing apart the soul; it crumples to nothingness. Yet, in a world with poverty, destruction and loneliness that cripples the knees, death is sometimes a welcome necessity. In the picture “You too belong to the Fuhrer” by Bundesarchiv Koblenz there is a girl in a Nazi Youth uniform who is smiling into the distance. In contrast with the picture, the poem “Death” by Rainer Maria Rilke is about the falsity of happiness and the fact that death constantly looms in the

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