Adolf Hitler's Ideals Of A Perfect Society

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Starting at the beginning of time, people have had ideals and ways to perfect what they have seen as wrong or unethical. Adolf Hitler was a man who had strong ideals of a perfect society, which included the removal of anyone seen as the opposite. His strong views affected most of the people around him, changing the lives of countless people. Adolf Hitler, was a German nationalist, whose name is associated with the terrors of the Holocaust, his ideals for a pure German race, and his efforts for a non-democratic Germany. Adolf Hitler had been taught social Darwinism at a young age. His father also forced his own views on his children. During this time period, schools taught Teutonic nationalism and had a strong emphasis on the survival of …show more content…
He had a strong need to please his superiors and was seen as invincible to his fellow soldiers. However, he was later wounded by a shell fragment and had to take leave to stay in the hospital. After his recovery, he was assigned to light duty in Munich, during his deployment there “He was appalled at the apathy and anti-war sentiment among German civilians. He blames the Jews for much of this and saw them as conspiring to spread unrest and undermine the German war effort.” (“Hitler in World War I”). He thought the Jews were “impure products of crossbreeding among the peoples of the Middle East.” (Bankston). The Jews were not the only ones Hitler wanted removed. He also wanted anyone seen as mentally or physically incapable to be killed. He saw this as putting people out of their misery. Anyone that was not of Aryan blood was at …show more content…
His words appealed to those living in poverty and also the middle class. He wanted His racial policies included the removal of anyone not of Aryan blood, but his largest target was the Jews. “To them he ascribed the blame for all of Germany’s misfortunes, especially the loss of World War I” (Brockington). He successfully removed a large portion of the Jewish population through the brainwashing of his Nazi followers. However, he was unable to win World War II because of his failed attempt to take over Russia. This failure made him a wanted man by man political leaders. Luckily, he had a plan, which resulted in taking his own life to avoid

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