Essay On The Lasting Effect Of Hitler And Nazi's On Germany

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Lasting effect of Hitler and Nazi’s on Germany Hitler and his Nazi soldiers terrified the citizens that of Berlin, Germany, and the towns around it. They wanted to rid the world of the Jewish people. It was a scary time to be a Jew, or to be alive in Germany. I have done plenty of research in the library, on Amazon Books and YouTube; and using internet sources to learn plenty of information about this subject. The effect Hitler’s Nazi regime made on Germany has been everlasting. It will forever haunt the people of Germany. In my opinion, and based on what I have read it has left a rather more devastating impact on the people of Berlin and the people that live in close by towns. They live in what could have easily been concentration camps where …show more content…
The ones who associated themselves with the Nazi’s lived a better life than that of the Jewish people. They had power over people of the “lower class” in Germany. The lower class consisted of the Jews and people that were affiliated with them. The ordinary people of this time were not affected at all by the reign of Hitler. These were considered happy years by the ordinary people. They looked up to Hitler as a deity, and referred to him as Der Fürher (The Leader). It is interesting that he was considered a God to some people considering all the awful things he had done. Most of the men of this time were recruited as soldiers in the Nazi war machine, women, however, were frowned upon by the people of this time. They were considered to some people as child-bearer and creator of the family, and were forced to give up their careers. No matter what their job description was, they were forced to give up their job. They were not allowed to serve in the armed forces, especially during the time of war. The Nazi’s were very youth oriented. There were plenty of things for young boys to do. They were treated better than the older people during this time of Hitler’s reign. It seemed as if the children of this time were the rulers of their family and disregarded their parent’s orders, because they could report their own parents to Gestapo, the secret police of Germany. Children had all kinds of power, and …show more content…
They ruined buildings, towns, business’, and other things that stood in their way to capture the Jews. Europe had to rebuild after the war had ended. Hitler himself did not want to damage any of these things, but it was the Nazi soldiers that destroyed all the stuff since they did the “dirty work” for Der Fürher. Germany is a much better place without Adolf Hitler. Hitler was too reckless for some people, his will to rule got to his head. Many people of Germany believed that Hitler had changed Germany for the better. Which for some was hard to try and understand what he had done to change Germany for the better. Many people always focus on the negative impacts that Hitler left behind. After the Hindenburg disaster, Hitler turned Germany into a dictatorship and rule Germany. He tried to help Germany after this time by trying to help the employment of Germany, starvation, and charity events. Some people say that Hitler helped Germany’s economic issues, and others disagreed and said that Hitler did not help the economics of Germany. In Germany schools the students were taught and influenced by the Nazi beliefs. The Nazi’s wanted to brainwash the young children of Germany so they would join the Nazi forces. They were expected to join the youth organizations of the Nazi’s. It was sort of like cub scouts; they would take them on hikes and campouts. The young children were the main target of the Nazi’s as they

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