Hitler Essay Topics

Friedrich Nietzsche’s Influence on Hitler

Friedrich Nietzsche had broached the idea of Ubermensch (translated as “Superman”) as one of the core features of his philosophy. This idea which set the stage for individualism by touching on concepts of self-surpassing and self-mastery is explicitly propounded in his most famous work, Thus Spake Zarathustra where the protagonist, Zarathustra said: “I teach you… View Article

Hitler & evil doer

Hitler: a world renowned evil doer, infamous conductor of genocide, and a painter? The fact that Adolf Hitler was artistic should come as no surprise. Many socio and psychopaths are talented in different art mediums, and often times express the side less known to others through such an outlet. Is it possible that Hitler, a… View Article

Hitler compared to macbeth

When one is ambitious in gaining power by the force of evil or by the used of violence, there is no stopping this one from what he or she is going to do. This is one of the moral ethical of humanity, something that every human being must suffer during their time of existence. It… View Article

Elie Wiesel

Directions: Choose one prompt below to respond to in a 4-5 paragraph expository essay. Be sure to develop a strong thesis statement that makes an argument and topic sentences for each body paragraph. Please follow these requirements to ensure yourself of maximum points: 1. Use MLA Format, including headers 2. It is important that you… View Article

Mobilization for War

Herman Goering thought that no Air force or military in the world could stand up to that of the Nazi Luftwaffe. His boastful statement was made with well acclaim in that the Luftwaffe was a very powerful aerial force, but he was being narrow-minded when he made this statement against the production potential of the… View Article

Why was Hitler so popular in Germany?

In this essay, I will be exploring the reasons why Adolf Hitler became so popular in Germany. I will reflect back on his promises to German citizens whilst also looking at his visions of the perfect world and how he thought he could achieve it. The first reason the Germans loved Hitler was because of… View Article