National Socialists (Nazis) and Anti-Semitic Propaganda Essay

National Socialists (Nazis) and Anti-Semitic Propaganda
An examination of the German anti-Jewish policies and propaganda.
# 3137 | 2,130 words | 11 sources | 2001 | US
Published on Sep 09, 2003 in History (European) , Communication (General)

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This paper demonstrates the success of the Nazi's anti-Jewish propaganda in the 1930's.The author examines the effect of the German policies and how these impacted the developments of the Holocaust.

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" Because the German people accepted the anti-Semitic policies, they could be carried out. The enforcement of these laws eventually led to what is now known as the Holocaust. By killing the German Jews the way he did, Hitler was one step closer to creating the Aryan nation he had envisioned. The National Socialists said that for a government to be successful, it had to promote the well being of its race, including removing any factors that might disrupt this. The Aryan people were the race of Nazi German; the Jews were a threat to them. Hitler removed them from the equation. By 1939, he had been an effective leader in creating a successful National Socialist State."

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