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Papers On Holocaust Studies
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Hitler And The Holocaust
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9 pages in length. Hitler firmly believed that the white race was created to dominate over all others. In an attempt to annihilate those considered unworthy of such privileges afforded only to Caucasians, Hitler proceeded to extinguish anyone who was not to his ethnic liking. The Jews suffered most at the hands of this maniac, who forced millions to endure unspeakable torture and suffering; death came to represent their only salvation. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Hitler And The Holocaust : 9 pages in length. Hitler firmly believed that the white race was created to dominate over all others. In an attempt to annihilate those considered unworthy of such privileges afforded only to Caucasians, Hitler proceeded to extinguish anyone who was not to his ethnic liking. The Jews suffered most at the hands of this maniac, who forced millions to endure unspeakable torture and suffering; death came to represent their only salvation. Bibliography lists 6 sources.TLCHtlrH.rtf
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Hitler's Plan to Destroy All Non-Aryans:
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This 14 page paper discusses how and why Hitler wanted to destroy all non-Aryans. Furthermore, this paper reveals that not just Jews were victims but other people and nationalities as well. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Hitler's Popularity
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5 pages in length. Adolph Hitler sought to create a world where only a certain populace was allowed to live and flourish. He and his men believed that all nations were as devious as they were, instilling within themselves a sense of betrayal even before it ever was to occur. Indeed, Hitler's paranoia knew no bounds. With the overwhelming influence of anti-Semitism, power worship, morality disdain and quest for world domination, Hitler proved as dangerous an entity as history has ever seen. The underpinning of the Nazi Party and his own popularity grew by leaps and bounds upon these fundamental beliefs, as Hitler sought to annihilate any and all peoples he deemed unworthy. Clearly, the Nazi objective was aimed at systematic dehumanization, a sobering concept duly noted in Richard Bessel's Life in the Third Reich and Mary Fulbrook's The Divided Nation : A History of Germany, 1918-1990. No additional sources cited.
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Hitler's Rise To Power
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5 pages in length. Many issues come to mind when one considers the reasons behind Hitler's rise to power – the Treaty of Versailles, the Munich Putsch of 1923, the economic depression, the 1933 Papen and Hindenburg decision to appoint him as chancellor, the Enabling law of 1933 – however, none made quite the same impact as Hitler's oratory, personality and leadership. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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