Adolf Hitler As A Leader Of The Nazi Germany

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Adolf Hitler was the leader of the Nazi Germany party from 1934 to 1945. During his time of leadership, he initiated fascist policies that ultimately led to World War II. What he is most infamous for the horrendous acts he committed against the Jewish people in Germany as well as other groups of people, such as gypsies, the handicapped, homosexuals, and many others. While Hitler is most known for the genocide he committed, he is also recognized by many historians as a powerful and effective leader. He has many abilities that helped him to lead the German people. Although Adolf Hitler was responsible for the death of millions of human, during the time he led Germany, his effective leadership skills made him one of the most powerful leaders…show more content…
The establishment of the ministry was to ensure the Nazi message through different forms of film, radio, books, educational materials, art, music, and the press. The messages that were conveyed over the media were simple and agreeable and sought to create subconscious action. The use of this effective propaganda helped to spark a hated for a group of people by a whole population. The use of propaganda brainwashed citizen onto thinking that the source of Germany’s problems were the Jews. The use of propaganda had a powerful appeal to the young people of Germany . Adolf Hitler once said in order to encourage young people to young the Hitler Youth, “He alone, who owns the youth, gains the future.” Based off the belief of Hitler, the future of Nazi Germany was in the hands of the children. In 1936, Hitler’s youth grew quickly and had over 4 million members. The youth ranged from the ages of 10 to 18 years old and had separate organizations for boys and girls. The boys were prepped for military service while the girls were prepped for motherhood. The goal of Hitler’s youth was to wean out the weak to make Germany look stronger. By 1936, it was mandatory for all boys and girls for the ages of ten to seventeen to join the Nazi youth. While the Hitler Youth was not a military

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