The Beliefs Of Adolf Hitler: Evil Human Being

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Adolf Hitler may have been a truly evil human being, however, he is arguably one of the most influential figures of the twentieth century. He was able to make an entire country believe that an entire culture should be destroyed. He was a great public speaker and was relentless in getting what he wanted. Hitler believed in many things, but one thing is for sure, what he did was not right. No human being should ever be willing to do that to one another. He may have believed that he was right ,but is killing millions of Jewish people right. Germany became a completely different country under his rule. He ruled Germany with an iron fist during world war II, and caused great harm to many. He came to power so quickly, and some of the key events that …show more content…
Hitler was the driving cause behind the Nazi’s rise to power. He took over the Nazi party and built it into a real powerhouse. He accomplished this by standing strong in his beliefs and convincing the rest of the country that the Jewish people were the reason they lost the first world war. According to Hitler “All great movements are popular movements. They are the volcanic eruptions of human passions and emotions, stirred into activity by the ruthless Goddess of Distress or by the torch of the spoken word cast into the midst of the people”.Hitler’s primary belief was in a German master race. He believed that the Germans were destined to rule the world. Hitler also believed that people of Aryan races and people of Northern European descent were part of a super race he called “Übermensch” which means a Superman. He gave a title to those who were not of Aryan or northern European descent. The name he gave them was “Untermensch”(Hitler’s supermen, 1). He was a great public speaker which, not only helped him convince his fellow Germans that they were of a superior race, but also led to the Nazi party’s rise to power (Hitler’s rise to power, 2). He had such a way with words he could convince one that up was down and used it to his advantage. He gave many speeches and convinced many Germans that what they were doing was right. At a …show more content…
He came to power so quickly because of a few key reasons which were, his terrible childhood, Nazi propaganda, and his short but very successful political career. Hitler forever shaped the way the world will look at the Nazi party as well as World War II. Hitler could have made a difference in the world like most people want to do, however rather than using his influence for good he decided to use it to try and eradicate the Jewish people and their culture. Hitler shaped the world in a way that, even to this day, leaves it 's mark on the way the world looks at world war

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