Thinking back on things I have learned in the past about World War II and the Holocaust, it amazes me that so many people followed so blindly a man that everyone else could see was so completely wrong. Why were so many innocent people taken and killed as if they were guilty of murder? Thanks to the power of influence!
Thus securing his long time invasion plans. With most of Germany in a financial crisis and in fear of losing jobs Hitler decided to pounce. He told them that by joining forces with him, Germany would gain power, a power that had never been witnessed before.
Hitler was to be crowned chancellor, shortly before the president died in Germany had no idea of what was yet to come, thinking that this would be a change for the better.
It was the calm before the storm. No one could stop his momentum now and Hitler knew it. He now had the power he needed to take over Germany and the rest of the world.
He started by sacking Jews from their jobs, followed by the burning of their shops and finally setting up concentration camps. These were pretty much torture cells, not even the lowest of criminals deserved these conditions.
It was the middle of winter when this took place and the prisoners were only given one pair of stripes, nothing that could keep the harsh winter wind out.
They were hardly fed, just given enough to prolong the torture. In his eyes humans were created wrong, they were supposed to have blue eyes, and bright blonde hair… no exceptions! Which minority these people were, he may have succeeded and exterminated millions more Jews than he already had. He was simply trying to dig Germany out of debt and restore peace to his country as he saw it; ordering the massacre of millions.
Many German compatriots also showed support for his actions.
If he was doing wrong should someone have brought it to his attention? He could have been motivated purely by the power he had and the self-interest of living perfectly.
Or he could be innocent to the fact that he could not see straight. He was on a mission to restore peace, getting lost halfway through the journey. It is unanimous when it is stated that Hitler was a monster, killing millions of innocent Jews. He was a bad influence, he also showed that he wanted to change Germany for the better not the worse.Adolf's Hitler Abuse of Power The next few paragraphs explain and prove how Hitler abused his power because of his ego, greed, and self centeredness.
Austria, on April 20, He rose to power in German politics as leader of the National Socialist German Workers Party, also known as the Nazi Party. Two historians yesterday acclaimed the discovery in Germany of a journal written by Adolf Hitler's sister, saying it offers remarkable insights into the dysfunctional nature of the Führer's family.
May 2, OBITUARY Hitler Fought Way to Power Unique in Modern History BY THE NEW YORK TIMES. Adolf Hitler, one-time Austrian vagabond who rose to be the dictator of Germany, "augmenter of the Reich" and the scourge of Europe, was, like Lenin and Mussolini, a product of the First World War.
Nov 09, · Under the leadership of Adolf Hitler (), the National Socialist German Workers’ Party, or Nazi Party, grew into a mass movement and ruled Germany through totalitarian means from to. Adolf Hitler came to power by means of wits, not only was he very intelligent but he had a plan, and executed it.
He preyed on the weak and vulnerable, setting up alliances with people in high places to do the ‘dirty work’. Hitler and the Nazi regime were successful in coming to power because they took advantage of many different opportunities which are explained by many different psychology concepts covering our three major domains we are studying: the leader, the followers and the situation.