Adolf Hitler 's Anti Semitism

2013 Words May 9th, 2016 9 Pages
Adolf Hitler is often condemned for believing in the superiority of Aryans and cruelty while delivering that notion. In fact, he showed most brutality in an extreme manner for the manifestation of anti-Semitism. Earle Rice Jr. advocated that Adolescent Hitler first found his interest in anti-Semitism in Vienna and later recorded his experience where he came to detest the actual city and the Jews in his autobiography, Mein Kampf (34-35). He became more engaged with the subject in his youth. Slowly, Hitler developed a political view as he began to search for reading materials in depth that specifically dealt with the extremist who possessed feelings of hatred against Jewish population, blaming the economic hardship which Germany was undergoing (28-29). Furthermore, he carefully studied “the Austrian Social Democrats, Georg Ritter von Schönerer’s Pan-German Nationalists, and Karl Lueger’s Christian Social Party” with Marxism in addition. There, he both absorbed and rejected different portions of the ideology which led to a conclusion of anti-Semitism (29-33). The anti-Semitism continued as Hitler put himself into political field. He continued to carry this concept in Nazi ideology through explanations. First, he has done so in a form of writing. In Mein Kampf, Hitler accused Jewish population for every problem that was rising in the society (78). In his mind, anti-Semitism was righteous for the nation and the people. Therefore, according to Hitler and Nazi powers, they had to…
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