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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 EXPLOITATION SCAPEGOATS Hitler steps up anti-Jewish views and blames them forthe poor conditionsIn Germany. Takes power over DAP and eventually Germany's government POPULARITY POPULARITY ANGER "As a child, Hitlerclashed frequently with his father." 2"His father did not approve of his interestin fine art ratherthan business." 2 POWER POWER Opportunity Opportunity Leaves Armyto work forDAPfull time Hitler's public speaking andpropagandagets attention. DISCRIMINATON Boycotts andKristalnachtJews are put underrules and limitationsCouldn't go intocertain places, forced ghettos,ID badges "A main Nazi conceptwas the notion of racialhygiene. New laws bannedmarriage between non-Jewish and Jewish Germans, and deprived "non-Aryans" of the benefits of German citizenship." 2 "Hitler's early eugenicpolicies targeted childrenwith physical anddevelopmental disabilities,and later authorized a euthanasia program fordisabled adults." 2 HATRED Jews are gatheredin concentration and extermination campsfor systematicextermination Case Study: What FactorsInfluenced Hitler's Hatred and Its Viral Spread inNazi Germany? REBELLION "...young Hitler went rummaging through his father's book collectionand came across severalof a military nature,including a picture book on the War of 1870-71... By Hitler's own account,this book became an obsession." 3 Hitler is a lonelyand conflictedyouth. Obsessedwith books about battles and war, loved Karl May books about Cowboys andIndians Meets powerful menwith strong anti-Semiticviews in DAPDid his family history and health influence theanti-Semitic views headopted? What drives people to hate? "But when Hitler got upto speak, he astoundedeveryone with a highlyemotional, at times near hysterical manner of speech making." 3 "Hitler was now gainingnotoriety outside of theNazi Party for his rowdy,at times hysterical tiradesagainst the Treaty of Versailles,rival politicians and political groups, especially Marxists, and always the Jews." 3 Uses the social andeconomic conditions and Germany's failures to exploit public emotions togain support for change 1. Goode, Erica. "Insane or Just Evil? A Psychiatrist Takes a New Look at Hitler." The New York Times, 16 Nov. 1998. Web. 17 Nov. 2014.2. Adolf Hitler." Bio. A&E Television Networks, 2014. Web. 04 Dec. 2014. 3. "The History Place - Rise of Hitler: Hitler's Boyhood." The History Place - Rise of Hitler: Hitler's Boyhood. N.p., n.d. Web. 01 Jan. 2015 "In his speeches Hitler railed against the Treatyof Versailles and delivered anti-Semitictirades, blaming theJews for Germany's problems." 3 Manipulation Manipulation "Hitler seized the momentand announced he would return on thecondition that he was made chairman andgiven dictatorial powers." 3 "Hitler believed that his father washalf-Jewish and had died of syphilis." 1Hitler may have thought his physical abnormalities were signs that he had inherited syphilis from his father. 1""...this may have fueled his anti-Semitism, and his obsession with syphilis as a''Jewish disease,'' a theme he dwelledupon for 10 pages in ''Mein Kampf.'' 1 Heated disputeswith his fatherover his educationand future career.Joins Army, eventually getspromoted to intelligence agencyto spy on DAP "Hitler used his positionas chancellor to form ade facto legaldictatorship." 2 "This absurd littleorganization with itsfew members seemed to me to possess theone advantage that it had not frozen into an'organization,' butleft the individualopportunity for real personal activity.'' 3 How do peoplebecome so hateful?
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