Hitler In Power Nazi Propaganda & Concentration Camps In Nazi Germany

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Introduction
Adolph Hitler was a charismatic figure with remarkable oratory skills that he was able to use to unify the German people under his leadership by appealing to their sense of grievance over the outcome of WWI and the resulting conditions in Germany in the intervening period as well as to their pride in their nation and its history.

Instructions
Read Hitler’s speech at the following link:

Address the following in a case study analysis:

  • What factors, both internal and external, does Hitler blame Germany's problems on?
  • In what ways does he appeal to the nationalism of the German people?
  • What actions does he suggest that portend the measures that Germany will take in the coming decade, resulting in WWII and the Holocaust?
  • As a German, not knowing the measures that Germany will take and suffering from the conditions Hitler describes, how would you respond to this speech?

Writing Requirements (APA format)

  • Length: 2-3 pages (not including title page or references page)
  • 1-inch margins
  • Double spaced
  • 12-point Times New Roman font
  • Title page
  • References page

Tutor Answer

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School: Duke University

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Hitler in Power

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HITLER IN POWER

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Hitler in Power

Hitler’s career was based on the awesome power he achieved over the German people
and how he was able to use it to achieve his political goal. His extraordinary talent as an orator
contributed to his rise in power. According to Welch (2014), Hitler’s speeches were an
instrument of political intoxication that inspired fervor to his listeners. He was a master of the
spoken word and a genius in manipulating mass propaganda for his political interest. Using his
ability to appeal to the subconscious and irrational needs of his audience Hitler was able to solicit
the desired response and to instigate propaganda.
The Wall Street Crash of 1920 that led to the collapse of the Germany’s economy and the
defeat of the Germans during the war made them bitter. Therefore, the Germans were looking for
people to blame for their international and domestic woes as the country was plunged into a state
of impoverishment, unemployment and starvation. The Jews, social democrats, the Marxists, the
current president, and the communist were held responsible. The Germans believed that they lost
the war through betrayal at the home front and not at the battle field. Further, Hitl...

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