"El ascenso del nacional-socialismo fue posible porque las élites y amplios sectores de la sociedad alemana participaron en él o al menos lo toleraron", señaló la canciller. Como ejemplo, Angela Markel citó la participación de estudiantes y profesores en la quema de libros del 10 de mayo de 1933. Ese día miles de ejemplares de grandes intelectuales alemanes o germanohablantes como "Karl Marx, Sigmund Freud, Thomas y Heinrich Mann" fueron arrojados a la hoguera.
El control británico sobre Gibraltar ayudó a derrotar al nazismo El Ojo Digital Conocida como Operación Antorcha (Operation Torch), el referido fue la primera prueba de combate en la Segunda Guerra Mundial para las fuerzas estadounidenses.
Los totalitarismos se van haciendo más brutales, si no existe una sociedad organizada para evitarlo. Hitler empezó insultando a los judíos y, al ver que esto se toleraba, iba avanzando, hasta llegar al exterminio. Cuando la vida humana deja de ser sagrada, todo es posible. En el capitalismo, el poder se va haciendo nuevamente señor sobre la vida y la muerte de los hombres. Se va aceptando la eutanasia, el aborto, el hambre en el tercer mundo. Unos pocos se enriquecen a costa de la vida de otros.
En los años 80, Jean-Marie Loret publicó el libro llamado “Tu padre se llamaba Hitler”, en el que cuenta que su madre le confesó que su padre biológico era el führer.
La joven francesa habría conocido a Hitler durante la primera guerra mundial cuando éste sólo era un soldado, y después del amorío, tuvo un hijo que dio en adopción.
Loret no conoció la historia hasta 1950 y se empeñó en investigar su veracidad con historiadores y genetistas, pero nunca se le tomó en serio.
Hoy en día, 27 años después de la muerte de Loret, investigadores han descubierto documentos que muestran soporte económico de Hitler a la supuesta madre y pinturas firmadas por él en la casa donde vivió la joven.
"En mi amor sin límites como cristiano y como hombre, he leído los pasajes que nos narran como el Señor al final se dirigió con todo su poder y empuñó el látigo para echar del Templo a ese grupo de víboras y estafadores.
Before World War II, Nazi propaganda strategy, officially promulgated by the Ministry of Public Enlightenment and Propaganda, stressed several themes. Their goals were to establish external enemies and internal enemies, such as Jews, Romani, homosexuals, Bolsheviks and topics like degenerate art. Hitler and Nazi propagandists played on the anti-Semitism and resentment present in Germany. The Jews were blamed for things such as robbing the German people of their hard work while themselves avoiding physical labour. Der Stürmer, a Nazi propaganda newspaper, told Germans that Jews kidnapped small children before Passover because "Jews need the blood of a Christian child, maybe, to mix in with their Matzah." Posters, films, cartoons, and fliers were seen throughout Germany which attacked the Jewish community, such as the 1940 film The Eternal Jew.
Soon after the takeover of power in 1933, concentration camps were established for political opponents. The first people that were sent to the camps were Communists. They were sent because of their ties with the Soviet Union and because Nazism greatly opposed Communism. In 1935, anti-semitic laws in Nazi Germany were introduced known as the Nuremberg Laws, the laws forbid non-Aryans and political opponents of the Nazis from the civil-service and any sexual relations and marriage between people classified as "Aryan" and "non-Aryan" (Jews, Gypsies, blacks). The Nuremberg Laws were based on racial purity, they sought to preserve the Aryan race who were at the top of the Nazi racial hierarchy and were said to be the ubermenschen "herrenvolk" (master race), and to teach the German nation to view the Jews as subhumans.
A major political and ideological cornerstone of Nazi policy was the unification of all ethnic Germans living outside of the Reich's borders under one Greater Germany (e.g. Austria and Czechoslovakia). In Mein Kampf, Hitler made a direct remark to those outside of Germany. He stated that pain and misery were being forced upon ethnic Germans outside of Germany, and that they dream of common fatherland. He finished by stating they needed to fight for one's nationality. Throughout Mein Kampf, he pushed Germans worldwide to make the struggle for political power and independence their main focus. Nazi propaganda used the Heim ins Reich policy for this, which began in 1938.
Nazi propaganda efforts then focused on creating external enemies. Propagandists strengthened the negative attitude of Germany towards the Treaty of Versailles by territorial claims and ethnocentrism. When the Treaty was signed in 1919 non-propagandists newspapers headlines across the nation spoke German's feelings, such as "UNACCEPTABLE" which appeared on the front page of the Frankfurter Zeitung in 1919. The Berliner Tageblatt, also in 1919, predicted "Should we accept the conditions, a military furore for revenge will sound in Germany within a few years, a militant nationalism will engulf all." Hitler, knowing his nation's disgust with the Treaty, used it as leverage to influence his audience. He would repeatedly refer back to the terms of the Treaty as a direct attack on Germany and its people. In one speech delivered on January 30, 1937 he directly stated that he was withdrawing the German signature from the document to protest the outrageous proportions of the terms. He claimed the Treaty made Germany out to be inferior and "less" of a country than others only because blame for the war was placed on it. The success of Nazi propagandists and Hitler won the Nazi party control of Germany and eventually led to World War II.
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