Nazism Ideology in 1933
In their rise to power, Hitler and the Nazis came up with wide ranging but loose collection of ideas which, might be described as an ideology. During this period of time Hitler made many speeches and gave occasional interviews to journalistic, these gave an insight of Hitler’s thinking. While he was in prison, Hitler wrote Mein Kamf, his most complete statement of his ideas and aims for Germany. During the year 1933 delivered many speeches which were the key elements in Nazi Ideology, Including the power of the will, Struggle Violence and war, Social Darwinism and the master race, people’s community, National Socialism and anti democracy and a belief in dictatorship. All contributed to the Nazi’s Ideology. Nevertheless part of the Nazi’s appeal was based on their constant repetition of a number of simplistic ideas which found a receptive audience among many section of German society. But during the Ideology, one of the Nazi party’s main leading ideologists was Alfred Rosenberg; he was the writer of many nationalistic, anti-Semitic pamphlets. His writings included the 1930 book "The Myth of the Twentieth Century" which declared the existence of two opposing races: the Aryan race, creator of all values and culture, and the Jewish race, the agent of cultural corruption - a viewpoint taken literally by Hitler and the Nazi. He also fed Hitler ideas about the inferiority of Jews, which ultimately led to Hitler declaring that Germans represented a superior, Aryan Race. The Power of the will was key element in the Nazi’s ideology; because it presented them and Hitler as being a force for change in Germany. Power, strength and determination to succeed were qualities which Nazi propaganda claimed were personified by Hitler. The group of the Nazi’s and they movement which they led, presented an image of discipline, unity and coordination which would eliminate all opponents aside Struggle, Violence and War were at the heart of Nazi’s thinking and...
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