Nazi Germany Propaganda

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Nazi Germany Propaganda Veronica Monteyro Greenwood/Block 4 Historical Media December 16, 2008
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“Ein Volk, ein Reich, ein Führer. One People, one Reich, one Leader. The Greater German Reich controlled Germany from 1933 to 1945. Its fuehrer (leader) was infamous Adolf Hitler, who was in power from 1934 to 1945. Along with Hitler, were his chancellors whom were Joseph Goebbels and Lutz Graf Schwerin von Krosigk. Together, they were able to brainwash all of Germany and its citizens into believing that the Aryans were the supreme race, and if you were not one then, there was no reason for you to live.
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The Holocaust During the years of World War II, Hitler had “created” a genocide, which today is called the Holocaust. The Holocaust, translates into “completely burnt” from the Greek language. And that’s what it was, a “holocaust” of over six million Jews, blacks, gypsies, and homosexuals. Primarily, the Nazis were anti- Semites, whose main objective was to extinguish all Jews from the planet.
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Germany vs. the Allies World War II involved a number of countries around Europe and North America. The countries that were known as the Allies included: The United States, United Kingdom, and the Soviet Union. “The Big Three’s” main objective was to stop Germany, and Hitler from rising to any more power than he already had. The Allies knew that the Nazis were eradicating Jewish prisoners in concentration camps, and had to find a way to stop them.
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Propaganda Begins Propaganda was a popular form of media during World War II. The United States, Germany, and other countries had used this type of advertisement to lecture its citizens. But, what propaganda is most famous for is the fact that it is known for lying. It is a form of media that exaggerates what is really being sold. In Germany’s case, they had many forms of propaganda to show its citizens that Jews were bad, and deserved to die. They wanted it to look like the massacre they were creating was okay to do.
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