The Influence Of Hitler's Youth

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“If you tell a big enough lie and tell it frequently enough, it will be believed. Make the lie big, make it simple, keep saying it, and eventually they will believe it. He alone, who owns the youth, gains the future” (BrainyQuote). These are the words of Adolf Hitler, who is commonly considered one of the most evil man in history. The world has always wanted to understand why he was so cold-hearted, but research has not proved what caused him to be delusional. However, there are many theories that Hitler’s relationship with his father affected the way he treated other people, and especially his violent treatment of the Jews.
Hitler’s relationship with his father shaped his adult life. When Hitler was 13, his brother died from smallpox and
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His early life sadness turns to madness while he constructed the Hitler Youth program. Hitler Youth was founded in July 4, 1926 by Hitler. He started Hitler Youth because he felt that the children of Germany were the next part of the Nazi overtake. Hitler Youth made kids wear uniforms, learn about war, train for war, and hate Jews. Hitler wanted all Germans to take over the world. Hitler told children, “The weak must be chiseled away. I want young men and women who can suffer pain. A young German must be as swift as a greyhound, as tough as leather, and as hard as Krupp steel” (BrainyQuote). In Hitler Youth, they start the children with simple games, to draw them into loving Hitler Youth, and begging their parents to continue to let them go. After the first couple of years, the children become obsessed with the program and do whatever they are told. So, Hitler Youth leaders introduce them to serving Germany, and of course, they love it. After that, Hitler requires all Germans to go, and then the entire community would be forced to follow …show more content…
This camp started many ideas for killing not only the Jews, but other people groups, such as the Polish and Czech. Hitler believed that the Germans were mad that the Jews and other people that fought in WW1 had let the Germans down, so he decided to make them pay for what the had “done”. Some killing tactics that all concentration camps used were started here. One tactic that was invented in Auschwitz was the gas chambers. Nazi’s used carbon monixide to kill the disabled men, women, and children. Hitler had all disabled people killed because they brought “shame” to Germany. But carbon monoxide was hard to move to other concentration camps, so to impervise, the Nazi’s used car exhase. Another method of killing the prisoners was using bug repellent. A company that was making bug repellent was informend that Hitler and the Nazi’s needed 400,000 tons of bug repellent to dump into the basement of one of the Auschwitz bunkers. Unfortunally, for the Nazi’s that wasn’t enough. So they upgraded the dosage to 800,000 tons, which knocked out 10,000 people. Another tactic that was developed in Auschwitz was bombing people. The executor that was killing the slaves would throw a bomb at them, and when the bomb blew up, the body parts of the victims flew everywhere. Even into the highest tree

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