Essay about Nazi Propaganda And The Nazi Party

2035 Words Nov 15th, 2016 9 Pages
In the 1930’s the world was recovering from one of the worst depressions in economic history and rebuilding from the devastating effects of World War I. The Nazi party used this to their advantage in rebuilding themselves into a world power which was unforeseen by the rest of the nations at this time. They utilized many tactics to get to that point and one of the famous examples is the Nazi propaganda, which could be seen all over Germany. This propaganda was in the form of posters, articles, and movies that tried to present a message in which the people of Germany would abide by. The main target of this propaganda was the Jewish population that was being blamed by the Nazi party for all of the hardships. It was very effective at attacking the current weaknesses of the German emotion which was the willingness to improve Germany. One thing it did not do was to convey the whole entire population toward the difficult views presented in the films and articles posted all over Germany. The main message that was clear was that the Nazis had some serious issues with what the Jews stood for and how they conducted themselves in new countries.

When the propaganda was first put in place the goal was to separate the followers of the Nazi party and the people who did not particularly care for them. Early on the propaganda was displaying the ideas of the Nazis and trying to show the world what Adolf Hitler truly meant to them. The posters and movies did this specifically by showing…

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