20th century on Hitlers mnt. paper

Hunt recalls being questioned by a nazi informative

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Unformatted text preview: Nazi party. Hunt does not explicitly say this but it is evident in the way that she talks about people’s blind submission to Hitler. Throughout Hunt’s recollection of her childhood, you can see that it was easy for people to follow Hitler without knowing all of his terrible acts, While there were rumors, Hitler kept many things in the dark. If you don’t know about the wrong doings of the Nazi’s than you have no reason to question them. As time passed on the horrible acts that the Nazi’s performed would no longer be able to be swept under the rug Not everyone was able to turn a blind eye and follow Hitler. A few brave souls refused to join the Nazi party, for reasons that they could not overlook. Certainly some of these individuals saw through Hitler’s façade of empty...
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This essay was uploaded on 02/25/2014 for the course HIS 325 taught by Professor Aliciajackson during the Spring '12 term at Covenant.

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