Explain why Hitler tried to introduce the policy of volksgemeinschaft in Germany in the period of 1933-1939 This was Hitler’s and the Nazis idea of a people’s community. This was put into three categories ideological, biological, and social. Hitler and the Nazis what to remove any ideological threats of which they felt were going to threaten them getting into power. The main group of which Hitler was concerned about in this section was the communists. The Nazis felt like this political group was trying to undermine their “people’s community”.
He connected with the audience by keeping them engaged. He was influential not only with his public speaking, but with propaganda. Hitler created propaganda that would influence the citizens of Germany to think that the Jews were inferior. Another way he used his influential attribute was by violence. When a fire started in the Reichstag building, Hitler used it as a way to start series of terrorist acts against politicians he considered enemies (“Hitler, Adolf”).
This is the war of the future.”(Hitler, 1) He believed they were not humans and needed no part in society. This began when he became the leader of the Germans. His father had always wanted him to be the leader of some sort but Hitler never saw that coming, being the shy one. Once accomplishing his dads will, he gained confidence that he had power to over rule others. His plan was to start off by taking away Jewish freedom and rights.
The Czars were afraid of losing power so they created laws to persecute the Jews as well. In the middle of all these years was the fact that the nobility and the peasants were on both sides of the hatred of the Jews. When Paul saw the complete rejection of Christianity by the Jews, he was livid and that anger turned to hatred (Schloss, p. 89). This is really just an egotistical person unable to deal with rejection. The first crusade is another case where a power hungry pope decided to wage war in order to unite all to obey him.
He was not able to convince the republicans to accept this treaty because he did not include them in on it. He did successfully campaign for this treaty by going around the nation but he ended up suffering a stroke and not be able to continue. Although Wilson collapsed on his successful tour, he motives must still be questioned. He did not follow the same ideals as the Founding Fathers at all. He went against them and tried to lead the world.
How did Hitler invade the soviet Union, why did he invade the Soviet Union, and how does the novel “Soldier X” by Don Wulffson, describe war to what war was really like. Hitler broke his pact with the Soviet Union for several reasons. One of the main reasons he broke his pact is the fact that Adolf Hitler was a greedy human being and wanted all of Europe and eventually the entire world. Once his attack on Britain failed due to a thick, annoying fog, he decided that he would break his secret pact with the Soviet Union and invade. He becomes too confident and to greedy, “Clearly, no longer was it Lebensraum
The U.S. Navy was already attacking German boats. Hitler despised President Roosevelt because he had attacked his Nazi ideology in the past. Hitler believed that Japan was a strong power and that once they took over the United States, it would help Germany take over Russia. Because of these ideas from Hitler, Germany declared war against the United States. Hitler argued that the failure of the New Deal was the cause of the war.
My friend did not like Muslim people because he thought that all of them were here to make our lives worse by blowing up another building or plane. As the evidence that would support his hypothesis he would talk about the tragic 9/11 event in the US and grievous accidents in the other countries. He was always ready to hear bad news and they characterized the entire nation for him. Being from another country I felt embarrassed of him sometimes because I could not accept his idea of judging all the people by the acts of few. Unfortunately, none of the good stories reached his ear; they seemed to vanish in his mind.
Hunger for complete control and raw power makes for inattentive leaders who make unwise decisions due to the ignorance of the important problems. Adolf Hitler, for example, made the wrong choices when it came to WWII and his distraction led to the downfall of his empire and the victory of the war by the Americans. He became obsessed with creating a perfect society, and in doing so he created the biggest genocide the world has ever seen- The Holocaust. Hitler was obsessed with making sure that everyone was a follower of his rule, and anyone that went against what he said was executed. The same is true in the novella Animal Farm, when Napoleon ruthlessly slaughters many animals because he is under the impression that they are in cohorts with is enemy, Snowball, and are sabotaging his rule by committing crimes that Snowball has told them to
He had blamed Iraq to be holding terrorists, he had made America believe that Iraq had been under Saddam Hussein’s clutches and that whatever he had to say was law. President Bush had stated in his speech that, “Saddam Hussein is harboring terrorists and the instruments of terror, the instruments of terror of mass death and destruction, and he cannot be trusted. The risk is simply too great that he will use them or provide them to a terror network”. He had made Americans believe that Hussein was creating weapons and developing a nuclear weapon so that he could “blackmail” the world. President Bush had not trusted Saddam Hussein and he didn’t want rest of America to either.