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I am doing an extended essay on hitler and his significance
so could you please help on giving infoamtion?
i van give u a whole tons of infromation
i mean can
thanks:) really appreciate your help
about which topic @kirsten381
topic=Adolf Hitler and his significance in history(this is my title)
He was important because he was a National Socialist and he lead people to believe that he would be a great leader for Germany to recover.
did he do a good job on leading the country or did he ruin it? (in your opinion)
lol i think i will take that as a yes
@kirsten381 i dont know i can stay long that much casue my brother will be in a few hours
i will stay as long as i can okay?
lets write the essay
What do you think of hitler's speeches and propoganda?
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ohh sryy read this http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nazi_propaganda
you helped a lot:D
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I think that Hitler was really good at controlling his people into believing what he wanted them to believe. He was secretly wanting solely to get rid of a whole race, a whole culture and people from the world. He tricked his people, by praising blonde haired Germans, and giving them something to rant their anger on. I don't think he was a good leader because he did not have even his people's best interest in mind.
Assuming that you're doing an IB extended essay then I would say that your title is FAR to broad. You really to focus it in on something; perhaps 'To what extent did the cult of Hitler have in allowing the Nazi party to gain power?' or something like 'An analysis into Nazi propaganda from 1921 to 1933'. The reason for dates in the latter option is because those are the years in choice in which the Nazi party grew, and it was only in 1933 did the party actually become the government. From a more personal point of view, I would like to add that Hitler was a new type of politician, something that Germany, and the rest of the world for that matter had never really experienced before. He shouted, he exaggerated his hand gestures and overall extremely emotional in his speeches. Prior to this, people were used to drowsy speeches, and the general population weren't very interested. Additionally, Hitler also strode around in militia clothing; although it doesn't seem like much, this still contrasted once again with the boringly suited British and American government. Furthermore, I think it is important to add that Hitler only became so popular because of the Great Depression in 1929. This was the catalyst for the breaking down of the German economy. It caused high inflation, high unemployment, and the savings of the middle class ruined the middle class. When people are in desperate situations, the desperate and extreme policies seem the most attractive. Especially the creation of an escape goat, the Jews.
I agree with DrDDII. The topic is really very broad and the answer can be relative depending on who you ask. In general, Hitler was an incredibly effective speaker who was able to excite crowds and drum up support for his positions. He also coupled his oratory skills with an increasingly appealing platform. It didn't happen overnight, only after many years of campaigning. The Nazi party's attempts to be voted into power struggled early on. He didn't magically wave his words into success. The conditions also made things ripe for someone like Hitler to come along and seem like a messianic figure. After the crash in '29, economic conditions worsened. Coupled with an ineffective government, the ongoing humiliation from the Treaty of Versailles that ended WW1, and a desperate population, Hitler's flamboyant style simply reinforced what many began to believe as the only way out of the disaster. Even many Jews didn't think that the antisemitism in his speeches would amount to anything before it was too late. It also helped that he had the backing of the SA, a private army of thugs that beat down the opposition that Hitler's speeches missed. Behind the speeches, the Nazis weren't above resorting to more brute force tactics to get their point across. He preached returning Germany to greatness, and in the end, enough people believed in him to put him in government.
As you can tell from the synthesis of arguments from both 'Captain Page Turner' and I, there is an enormous amount of information you could talk about and therefore really do need a very narrow route. Also, if you are doing this for an IB EE it may be worthwhile considering studying an event that is a little less known; WW2 and Hitler have been done over and over again. Because of this, if the examiner comes across a paper that they don't know much about; they're a lot more likely to pay attention and appreciate it simply because they too are learning something. One last additional point, Prior to the Great Depression in 1929 the Nazi party weren't very popular at all. I can't remember the exact figures however in the 1928 elections The Nazi party only won something like 14 seats, compared to something like 139 seats in 1932. (Please note that these figures are from the top of my head, rather I'm just trying to demonstrate the effect of the downfall in the economy).