Commonly thought to be the most evil man in all of modern history, Adolf Hitler ruled the country of Germany for twelve years. Although he ended up having unlimited power in Nazi Germany, he started his life the way most young men did in the early nineteenth century, a soldier in the Great War. He served his time in the German Military, and when the war ended he returned back to Germany. After the Great War Germany surrendered, and they were forced to sign the Treaty of Versaille. The treated blamed the entire war on Germany, and forced them to pay for all the damage, which was in the billions, caused in the war. Also in the treaty, Germany had to give away about ten percent of its land to surrounding european countries. A lot more was agreed upon in the treaty, but the main goal of it was to push all the blame of World War One into the German people. Germany spiraled into a terrible economic depression; the price of bread skyrocketed to a billion Mark, which was German currency at the time. Near the end of the war, the government was overthrown by the Communist Party of Germany, creating the Weimar Republic. The rough economic state of Germany caused the republic to be doomed from its start. In the midst of all the postwar struggles going on in Germany, Adolf Hitler returned home as a hero. “..He emerged from the trenches in World War I, where he showed bravery...” (Mitgang, C17). Hitler used the respect he built during the war to start his own party, the National
Hitler was one of the most evil and well known tyrant in recent history. Hitler was a man that was born in 1889 in Austria and was appointed chancellor of Germany, by Paul von Hindenburg, in 1933. During Hitler’s 12 year reign of terror he was given power because they thought it was a good idea, he broke treaties for power, and he did bad things to groups of people.
The Totalitarian Aspects of Nazi Germany The government of Nazi Germany was a fascist, totalitarian state. They ruled in Germany ever since Hitler became chancellor in 1933, to 1945. Totalitarianism was a form of government in which the state involves itself in all facts of society, including the daily life of its citizens. It penetrates and controls all aspects of public and private life, through the state's use of propaganda, terror and technology.
Adolf Hitler born April 20, 1889, was just a mere citizen until Germany faced world humiliation post World War I. After World War I Germans faced harsh economic depression during which in turn caused people to lose trust in their government. Hitler being an intelligent man took advantage of this opportunity to promote himself and gain power. The Treaty of Versailles, established after WWI, led Germany to their lowest in world standings. The treaty humiliated Germany as they lost their land, respect, military, and say in world affairs. Germany is at an all-time low needed a savior and that is where in January of 1993 Hitler stepped in. Hitler used this depression and used fear as a tool to persuade Germans that he could boost the economy and bring Germany back to power. He promised the Germans hope, glory, and supreme power.
While Hitler was a young lad just out of the army he was desperate for work. On his hunt for jobs he stumbled across the German Workers Party and discovered he believed with their radical beliefs. One, of these many radical beliefs was that the reason for Germany's loss in WWI was that it was the Jews fault. To punish the Jews Hitler created concentration camps to torture and murder the Jewish population. Finally he began to use his Nazi army to take over places like poland and eventually the majority of Europe. What Adolf Hitler did to world will never be forgotten or forgiven, nor should it
Germany’s defeat during World War 1 left the country with unstable government and uncertain people. Adolf Hitler was a man with confidence, charisma, and the ability to make friends and influence people. Hitler tried to establish a sense of community in the recovery and targeted young people, the unemployed, and members of the lower middle class. Hitler’s ability to gain followers and rise to power was a positive thing for Germany until he began using that power to convince others to take part in the Holocaust. Although Hitler was influential in the Holocaust, his intentions were to make Germany a better, brighter place. Hitler gained followers by spreading a message of hope in a positive way, substantially helped the German people out of an
After World War I the German economy was in utter ruins and the value of the German mark plummeted with it. German money was worthless and barrelsful of marks were being burned for warmth. This in addition to the humiliation of the defeat in World War I. Caused many German citizens to become disenchanted with the current government. These people wanted a new a better Germany. Among these people who wanted change there was a young war veteran who had been honored by his country for bravery, and his ideas for change would affect the entire world for many years, his name was Adolf Hitler. Hitler became the leader of a political party that would rise to power in Germany under his leadership, a party which promised a better and stronger Germany. Hitler
During World War 2 the National Socialist German Workers ' Party, or Nazi, leader came into power and spread his ideology: his name was Adolf Hitler. At the time, there were so many people that praised him and what he stood for. On the other hand, the majority of the world saw the cruel things that he did to the Jewish people. Those people refer to his as "insane" because of the fact that he had no remorse for the actions that he was doing. He saw only one type of German people and he would not accept anything else. During and after Hilters reign psychologists, doctors, researchers, and others tried to figure out his mindset. They tried to justify how someone could be so cruel to people of his country when the people had done nothing wrong to him. The psychopathology of Adolf Hitler has sparked the interest of various amounts of people. His mental, physical, and emotional illnesses are contributing factors that drove him to be so inhumane.
Adolf Hitler is the world 's worst dictators. Hitler was a German politician, he is the leader of the Nazi party. He is also the German Chancellor. Since the Nazi dictator, who started World War II in Europe with the invasion of Poland in September 1939, is the central figure in the Holocaust. He was born in a German-speaking Austrian and improve family Linz nearby. He was transferred to Germany in 1913. He added he in World War I, he was decorated service in the German Army during the Nazi party, the German Workers ' Party 's predecessor, in 1919 and 1921 became the leader of the Nazi party in 1933, Hitler became German chancellor. His first six years of power led to the Great Depression, the German
The world we live in today is not the world we think. We go on with our everyday living and do not give much thought into how far we have come and how blessed we really are. The Nazi Doctors is introduced to readers as one of the worst killing projects that once took place. The author presents his readers with him investigating and interviewing different Nazi doctors and prisoner doctors that played a role in Nazi genocide. As you read the book, you begin to wonder how “inhuman” the Jews were treated and how these doctors just lacked mercy for kids and adults and how healers become killers, and after the fact some of these doctors showed no remorse. He does a great job covering the history aspect as well as the psychology aspect of the book.
Adolf Hitler was a failure at his young age, where he couldn’t keep up with school, or pursue his dream as a painter. Hitler was really a pauper, he did manage to sell few of his paintings, but the worst part was he slept on the benches and ate from the soup kitchens. He was helpless. So then he decides to forgo painting, and joins the military during World War I, Hitler’s prowess earned him 5 medals, of those five, two were the iron cross medals. He was also blinded by a gas attack at the end of the war, but he recovered. After World War I ended, Germany’s economy had collapsed. Hitler thought the Jews were responsible for the Germany’s defeat. He believed that the nation had been “stabbed in the back” by the Jews (history learning site). After World War I ended, Hitler stepped into the politics. He joined the German’s workers party; he later changed its name to National German Workers’ Party or Also known as the Nazi party. But after the uprising act in Munich, it sent him to prison for nine months. He wrote the book “mein kempf” meaning “my struggle”, which sold about 5 million copies. He attained a lot of fame after writing that book. He used his failed revolution and the book he wrote to seize power legally. At this time Hitler had a huge impact on the Germany, he was such a indefatigable speaker, he gave speech after speech, called in meetings after meetings, and The mind of Adolf Hitler
The Nazis, throughout their control of Germany, attempted to rid themselves of what they considered weak in their army. Weakness to them was any sort of free thinking, defiance, mercy, and anything they deemed inferior to their ideals. To drive their army to rid their idea of weak, the Nazis provoked emotions of shame and fear in those associated with weakness. Which can be seen in Education for Death: The Making of the Nazi when Hans is just a child in a Hitler Youth school and answer what he felt about a fox eating a rabbit. When Hans says “thee poor rabbit” he is then promptly yelled at and sent to sit in the corner while wearing a dunce cap. This humiliation along with his peer’s answers of “the world belongs to the strong…the rabbit was a coward and deserved to die” (Geronimi, Education for Death) influenced Hans into hating the rabbit for being weak. These instilled ideas of weakness in the German children led them to attempt and weed out the weak by putting them through humiliation or death. All the Light We Cannot See displays the Nazi ideal of driving out the weak during Werner’s time at the training school. While Werner was attending, there was periodic checks by the schoolmaster asking who was the weakest in their group. During so, schoolmaster’s would says “Just as we ask you to each drive the weakness from your own bodies, so you must also learn to drive the weaknesses from the corps” (Doerr 168). The schoolmaster presents just how important strength is to the
Adolf Hitler was one of the worst dictators that the world has ever seen. Some people called him the devil, because of what he did to the Jews during WWII. Hitler was a dictator that ordered the execution of millions of Jews and other people, during his reign of Nazi Germany. As a teenager Hitler served in WWI and years later was thrown in jail, where he wrote his book Mien Kampf. Hitler soon became the dictator of Germany and started WWII.
Although many people say the Hitler brought Germany back from the ruins of World War 1, he did it at the expense of innocent people. He was using the Jewish people as slaves. His rise to power was built on immorality and cruelty, nothing that a self respecting leader should be proud of. Hitler proves to be Germany’s worst leader by being inhumane to millions of people.
During the Holocaust six million Jews died at the hands of a despicable man; Adolf Hitler. While many perished in the extermination camps, malnutrition, disease, execution and medical experimentation were other methods of the Jews annihilation. In 1933, before WW II there were approximately nine million Jews living in Germany. By the end of WW II six million Jews had died. In this paper the researcher will attempt to give accurate accounts as to how Adolf Hitler came to power, why he killed innocent people, and where the carnage began. The researcher will attempt to accurately show when the Holocaust began and who was affected by one man and his follower’s beliefs of their superiority over others.
Adolf Hitler was one of the 20th century's most powerful dictators. He was responsible for World War II and the death of millions. Hitler saw a nation in despair and used this as an opportunity to gain political power. He saw a nation of unemployed and hungry citizens and promised them economic prosperity in return for absolute power. Someone once said "The Nazis rose to power on the empty stomachs of the German people".