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1,248 wordsAccounts of the Holocaust The Holocaust was the systematic annihilation of six million Jews by the Nazi regime during the Second World War. I will tell the story of the Holocaust through many different personal accounts of people involved in many different sides of this incredible story. I will do this by using the personal accounts of surviving victims, of those not directly involved in the event, though affected by it, and the defense of the Nazi party. But first, I will tell you a little abou...
Continued Obedience To The Nazi Party
986 wordsTo what extent was the Third Reich a Totalitarian Dictatorship? To be able to answer this question it is important to define what is meant by 'totalitarian dictatorship'. Totalitarian means a form of government that does not allow rival political parties and demands total obedience from the people and, dictatorship means ruler who has complete power. The Nazi Party did have as its intention the creation of what we would see as a totalitarian dictatorship, but the important question is how far th...
Flick And Michel
1,059 wordsThe Jackdaws In the days before Dooms day, The Nazi party has now occupied almost all of France and most of Europe. The Nazi party was lead by Hitler, and his beliefs were sinister. He would arrest and kill anybody that did not have blue eyes and blonde hair, otherwise known as the imperfects. This mainly meant Jewish people. Over six million Jews died due to the Nazis. This tragedy was known as the Holocaust. Due to the take over of France the Resistance was formed. Michel was the Leader of the...
Fight Off The Nazi Party
644 wordsWorld War II As totalitarian sates emerged into power, the United States got involved with World War II to help control these groups and to promote democracy in the European theatre of the world. The party with the most power at the time was the Nazi Party, led by Adolf Hitler. This socialist party was led by a powerful dictator who broke away from the League of Nations and began to conquer vast amounts of territory at a fast rate. The United States wanted to leave foreign affairs alone in fear ...
New Republic's Politicians
385 wordsThe name "Weimar Republic" is used by historians to describe the German Federal Republic from November 1918 until January 1933, when Hitler became Chancellor. Following the revolution in Germany at the end of the First World War that resulted from the abdication Kaiser Wilhelm II, the new republic's politicians met at the town of Weimar to draw up the republic's new constitution. It was hoped that by holding their meetings in Weimar, the politicians would reduce the influence of Berlin's politic...
Votes To The Nazis
1,030 wordsThe reasons for this dramatic rise can be put down to any number of changes both within the party and outside the party. First of all the changes within the party had a profound effect on the ability to canvass votes from their respective constituencies. After the Bamberg conference Hitler had established himself as the sole authority within the party and everyone was answerable back to him. Hitler set up Games throughout Germany which matched the different constituencies within Germany, this he...
Adolf Hitler And The Brutality Towards Jews
908 wordsIf I were to say the word "Nazi" the first few things to pop into your mind would most likely be killing Jews, World War II, Adolf Hitler, and the brutality towards Jews. Although all of these were big parts to the Nazi party there was still one more hug factor. The most crazed, brutal man, who still would claim he was just following orders, was Adolf Eichmann. He, with the help of his "Eichmann Hobby Shops" or gas chambers, ended up killing millions of Jews while serving under Adolf Hitler. Bor...
Known As The Nazi Party
1,169 wordsAdolf Hitler: The Most Controversial Military Master Mind of the 20th Century Over the years, countless numbers of people have affected their day. Some people actions have also affected the future. Some people have used their abilities for good causes which were a great benefit to their society as well as to the rest of the world. Others, however, have used them in negative ways. Both, however, have made decisions, which have altered life as we know it. Some people have used their knowledge of t...
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