Cesare The Rise and Fall of Adolf Hitler Film review & Research due 5.18.docx

Even though the destruction and invasion of germany

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attacked by the Japanese, pitfalls were developing on Hitler’s land and power (Dietrich, 1962). Even though the destruction and invasion of Germany continued during the war, Hitler’s plan to eradicate Jews in Poland was still going strong. This scene was portrayed with high accuracy compared to the real-world event. After resorting to the use of drugs and other methods to avoid treason, he eventually ceased the entire ordeal, effectively ending the war (Dietrich, 1962). Just a few days later, Hitler is dead, along with tens of millions of other victims. At this point, a
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Pampena 6 scene is portrayed where all officials believe that Hitler is guilty of the series of crimes and mass genocide, just like the real event in 1945. After viewing and analyzing the film and various research, a summary can be made that Adolf Hitler had a series of ups and downs in the decades leading up to the Holocaust and World War II. When he finally rose after a grueling battle, he was deemed to be the member that was ultimately responsible for the loss of a large chunk of mankind. Towards the 1940s when the war spread, the extreme powers were beginning to fall through the floor as a mass of destruction covered the Earth. While there are notable differences, they are compensated by scenes that are played identically to the real-world events. Overall, the film was a generally accurate representation of the sequence of events that led up to Adolf Hitler’s lead on the genocide of over six million Jews, as well as the repercussions that he would have faced after he fell on his own. Works Cited
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Pampena 7 “Aftermath of World War I and the Rise of Nazism, 1918-1933.” United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, 14 May 2018. - 1/aftermath-of-world-war-i-and-the-rise-of-nazism-1918-1933 . History.com Staff. “Adolf Hitler Wounded in British Gas Attack.” HISTORY , A&E Television Networks, 2009, - gas-attack. “Invasion of Poland, Fall 1939.” United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, 14 May 2018, ? ModuleId=10005070. Michal. “How Did Hitler Happen?” The National WWII Museum | New Orleans , The National World War II Museum, 22 June 2017, - did-hitler-happen. Vien, Jack Le, and Don Delvin. The Rise and Fall of Adolf Hitler | Black Fox. Performance by Marlene Dietrich, White Star, 1962.
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