Adolf Hitler 's Anti Semitism

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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…show more content…
More practical signs of anti-Semitism were evident and this idea branched out. Duane Damon writes that in 1933, Nazi Germany began to express bitterness towards Jews more freely by vandalism, book burnings, boycotts of the businesses, and last but not least, banning them from their professions (66). Unfortunately, the detestation was developed in more political and social form when Hitler clearly defined the boundaries by taking away the citizenship of Jews and banning marriage and employment between Aryans through passing “the State Citizenship Law and the Law for the Protection of German Blood and German Honor.” Later, Nazi Germany delivered over 250 laws containing anti-Semitic proposals in addition (Rice 107-08). One cannot defend Hitler’s ruthless actions towards Jewish. However, at the same time, he was praised and even loved by the German population. He was considered as one of most powerful and influential individuals and with no doubt, his upcoming was possible due to his abilities and markings as a leader. One of the most astonishing traits of Adolf Hitler as a leader was his oratory skills. He brought out charismatic presentation in both ways: physical and emotional. First, the physical presence of Hitler on podium was purely breathtaking. According to Nardo, Hitler’s voice was sharp and husky while his diverse facial expressions and hand
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