Hitler Misconception Concerning The Causes Of Germanys

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Hitler misconception concerning the causes of Germanys collapse in WWI greatly influenced his evil decisions as warlord. His beliefs that Germany would not have been defeated had the war continued had no basis in reality. The German cause was lost. The ‘lessons’ he learned from WWI were all the wrong ones. What he always called the “stab in the back” was no such thing, which makes him a liar. When Germany surrendered, it was for the purely pragmatic reason of survival. Why allow your enemies to occupy and ravage your country? That would make little sense unless your desire is for your country to pay the price for failure, as Hitler was in the end. His little dictatorial feelings were hurt because Germany let him down so he allowed them to…show more content…
The Nazi claimed the boycott was an act of revenge against both German Jews and foreigners, including US and English journalists, who had criticized the Nazi regime. On the day of the boycott, the six-pointed "Star of David” was painted in yellow and black across thousands of doors and windows. Signs were posted near and in front of every shop saying, "Don 't Buy from Jews" and "The Jews Are Our Misfortune." This was just the start of Jew cruelty. Hitler only took things further from here. 1934, Night of the Long Knives. Imagine someone being so power hungry that they eliminate people that think might get in the way of his or her goal setting! Well that’s exactly what Nazi leader Adolf Hitler did. Hitler orders a bloody purge on his own political party. He is responsible for the assassination of hundreds of Nazis whom he thought had the potential to become political enemies in the future. The leadership of the Nazi Storm Troopers, whose four million members had helped bring Hitler to power in the early 1930s, were especially targeted. This is almost like professional basketball player James Harden killing Russel Westbrook because he’s a potential NBA MVP candidate, actually that’s exactly what it’s like. Hitler only Became stronger and crueler from this point on. August 19, 1934, Adolf Hitler, already chancellor, is also elected president of Germany in an unprecedented

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