Like jack, Hitler ruled with fear and intimidation, and only some are worthy of life. As this quote states “Those who want to live, let them fight, and those who do not want to fight in this world of eternal struggle do not deserve to live “ (Hitler) the weak should die and the willing shall live. He also believed one race and religion was superior to the others. Another trait Hitler and Jack share is the capability to lie. Hitler believes “If you tell a big enough lie and tell it frequently enough, it will be believed” he leads his followers on with false hope. He would not be in power if he was upfront about his plans. His hatred and wickedness show how much power can affect a person. Sadly most of the time the power effects the person negatively and the person in power uses it for their own benefit.
“Adolf Hitler was a dictator that killed many Jews, but we can’t compare Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler,” said Mr. Stirland, Principle of Granite Park Junior High School.
Hitler is similar to a figure closer to people right now. Donald Trump and Hitler have a controlling and demanding personality that has led them both to make similar decisions. A difference is that Trump is trying to good and no bad for the country while Hitler did some good but only pushed his way to the top for the hate he had and to take over completely. Even if things do not go as planned and makes people upset, Trump is more of an influential dictator than
Hitler’s childhood disappointments and difficult young adult experiences strongly contributed to the ruthless leader he became as an adult. Growing up, Hitler’s father was strict, did not provide a good education, and at times was very cruel. As a result, Hitler never learned the right way to act and thought differently then everyone else. He had a challenging time in school, and at age fifteen he dropped out of high school because he did not want to be forced to repeat the grade. Hitler’s only true passion since he was a young boy was painting, and at age seventeen, he was rejected from the art school of his dreams. After dropping out of school, Hitler tried to find a job for many years, but no one wanted to hire him because of his lack of education. As he blamed other people for his
Adolf Hitler is basically known for all the unpardonable things he has done. He drove Germany all through World War II. Hitler had amazing splendor; he was imaginative and keen. As a young man, his fantasy was to turn into a craftsman. Be that as it may, as he betrayed non-Aryans, the likelihood of him turning into a craftsman gradually floated from his psyche. Initially, he needed to turn into a craftsman, yet because of him not getting into Art school and the passing of his mom, his fantasies changed totally over the long haul.
Hitler was superb at convincing people to believe everything he said. He promised the people a roast in every pot, security, and many more things. By promising the people security that meant that he would keep them all safe and that he can do a better job than anyone else. Adolf Hitler increased in support from bankers and industrialists. So, pretty
They both inherited the same nature at birth. Applying Xunzi’s theory, the differences would be that one practiced benevolence and righteousness, as well as followed the proper rules and standards, and one (Hitler) obviously did not. This also suggests that these elements are principles that have to be known first before being put into practice. It is about the environment that one is brought up with that influences the way one acts.
Adolf was the leader of Nazi Germany, and was a very cruel and savage man. “Adolf Hitler was the dictator or absolute ruler of Germany from 1934 to 1945 and leader of the nationalist socialist German workers’ party. He took advantage of Germany’s economic hardships and the bitterness of its citizens after World War I to attract followers, eventually taking complete control of the country.” (“Hitler”) Hitler was able to take control by using violence and brainwashing his people into following him. He was able to blame all the madness on others and made his people believe
Adolf Hitler, to some, was a great ruler, but to others he was a murderer. Hitler was the leader of the Nazi party and was the dictator of Germany. He ordered to have millions of Jews murdered or thrown in prisons.
When Adolf Hitler came onto the scene, he claimed that he would be the best ruler that Germany had ever seen. He claimed that he would revert the country back to its once state of greatness. He would have been one of the greatest rulers of all time if he would not have started the Holocaust. It was not as if the people of Germany had no idea what Hitler was capable of. He wrote down all of the gruesome things he would do to create a pure race if he became a ruler. Hitler wrote Mein Kampf while he was in prison for treason committed after the First World War for five years. In Mein Kampf, Adolf Hitler explains the final solution to the Jewish problem. He outlines all of his plans in the book, and was a best seller in Germany.
During World War 2, Adolf Hitler had all power. He was a cruel man, that did random acts of hatred towards the people he thought didn’t belong in his country, the Jews and people that were just different. He started something known as the Holocaust. What he did seemed really wrong to us, but to him, it was nothing but trying to make everyone there the same. Hitler killed these innocent people in inhumane ways, such as gas chambers, death camps, or shooting them right on the spot. These people also had to suffer tremendously by getting separated from their families, hunger, disease, illness, and dehydration.
Hitler was the ruler of Germany during World War II, and he ruled over his people in fear. Jack is commonly described to being similar if not exactly like Hitler. Golding leaves many examples in the novel to show how Jack and Hitler are alike. Both of them promised their “citizens” a better life, they both promise their country “meat” (Golding 140), and they both lead as a dictator, taking their power with force and leading as the only chief of the state. Jack is described in the book as “a terror” (Golding 189) and Hitler has been
Hitler was a very passionate speaker that was incredibly adept to connecting to his audience in order to influence or persuade. The people he was speaking to would feel his passion. His charisma for speaking combined with the weak structure of Germany at the time made him influential beyond any other. He had the combined skills of an actor and a politician, “he could talk well and he had the actor’s gift of mimicry to amuse his companions. (Green, 2001, pg. 12), and everything he said and did had a calculated
One difference between Hitler and Reb is how the two leaders went about trying to show their superiority. Hitler attempted to create a world of only those who he saw as superior, and Reb decided to create a softball team to beat other Jewish schools and show superiority. These are two very different stances in attempting to show who is superior. Another difference between Hitler and Reb is the way in which they took their leadership positions. Reb Saunders became a leader (Tzadik) of his Hasidic followers by inheriting the position from his father. Hitler took power through being named Chancellor and then becoming Dictator after the President of Germany died. One final difference between Hitler and Reb is how they went about protecting their people. Reb Saunders protected his followers by having them flee from Russia to the United States because life in Russia was becoming so dangerous. Hitler did quite the opposite. Hitler felt that Germans were being punished harshly for World War 1, so he decided to ignore the Treaty of Versailles and take up arms in order to protect German rights. This can be considered extreme to many, but Hitler thought that it was necessary in order to save his people and to help
“Adolf Hitler was born on April 20, 1889, which was on Easter Sunday. Adolf was one of four children but none of the other children lived past two years of age. After Adolf was born, his mom, Klara, had two more kids who did live to be older than two. Adolf’s mom, Klara, had been traumatized by the death of her first three children, causing her to go crazy”. Klara always worried about Adolf dying. Adolf also had two half brothers and sisters from his dad Alois Hitler. Alois Hitler was never a big part of Adolf’s life and he struggled with that. Adolf had a dream of being an artist, but that did not match the government job his dad wanted him to have. People say that Hitler was a mean man because of his dad and his early life. His dad would get drunk and go crazy on his family, this is not a way to grow up, and it certainly impacted Hitler and history. “When his father died Hitler roamed the streets dreaming of his future as an artist. When Hitler was 18, he tried to enter the Academy of Fine Arts, but was rejected twice this caused him a lot of frustration.” When Hitler was 25 he was part of the military and served in World War I, this allowed him to release some of the anger and frustration. “While in the army Hitler was wounded twice, once by gas. This is said to be the reason he went a little crazy. While in the war this is when he started to hate the Jews. Hitler said, while in the war that the Jews were everywhere and he began to hate them more and more as he saw