Nazism Essay Topics

A Brief Analysis of the Second World War

1. What do sources 1 and 2 reveal about some reasons why civilians made up so many of the causalities of World War II? * In urban areas. Aerial bombing. People put themselves in danger to try and help others.  In source 1, the nurses are risking their lives try to find any survivors after… View Article

The Holocaust

The term holocaust was coined in a general context, to describe  the brutal killing of  European jews during the second Woerld War, this was part of the National Socialist devised and employed extensive campaign to intentionally abolish jewish presence in Germany at the time.  Conversely, numerous scholars and historians only apply the term to the… View Article

World History

The rise of Hitler to power was logical ending of the impacts that WW1 had on Germany. Moreover his rise to power was totally legal. His National-Socialist party won the elections and he became Reich’s-counselor (position equal to prime-minister) and later became the head of the country as the 83-year old president Hindenburg died. The… View Article

CPT Literary Significance Notes

Plot * Liesel, her mother and her brother Werner are all travelling on a train, to greet Werner’s and Liesels foster parents. * Liesel, illiterate has a dream o Adolf Hitler and speaks to him in broken German. * As she is half awake, Liesels brother dies, and there were two Nazi soldiers who argue… View Article

The Nazi Revolution

It makes sense that because the “ultimate synthesis must take place in the mind of a psycho historian,” he or she should be “professionally trained in both disciplines” if the scholarship and its findings are “to have integrity as both historical and psychological accounts.” Loewenberg is an articulate advocate for acknowledging and using each scholar’s… View Article

The Nazi Doctors

Robert Jay Lifton’s The Nazi Doctors is a book that summarizes and explains the lives of both prisoner doctors and Nazi SS doctors during the Holocaust.  Lifton discusses their roles in the attempt of the Nazis to present their plan for a perfect race as a medical practice and a sort of euthanasia for what… View Article

The Rise Of The Third Reich

After the fall down of Hitler’s dictatorship, as the full degree of the ‘German catastrophe’ became obvious, the need to explain it was possibly felt even more strongly than throughout the Nazi period itself. The view of German history as a straight path to devastation was strongly opposed by Gerhard Ritter, perhaps at that time… View Article

The Rise of Nazism

Introduction              National Socialism or NAZISM is a German totalitarian m0vement that arose after World War I. It was spawned in the aftermath of a lost war, a time of disillusionment with old social institutions, dissatisfaction with democratic processes, and pervasive fear of communism. Like Italian Fascism, it was dictatorial, nationalistic, and terroristic. What National… View Article

The Trains by William Heyen

Franz Paul Stangl, Commandant of Hitler’s army in Berlin, sent out an order to those in charge of Trelbinka that any items from the Jews in the camp be shipped back to Berlin for use by the Germans. Summary: Trelbinka was a Holocaust prisoner’s camp that was eventually closed. The Commandant in Berlin ordered that… View Article

Survival in Auschwitz

Primo Levi was arrested and brought to Auschwitz along with six hundred and fifty other people.  Only one hundred and fifty people were allowed into the prison camp of Auschwitz, however.  The remaining five hundred and fifteen people were immediately killed in gas chambers.  Levi happened to be one of the survivors.  All the same,… View Article

Nazi Preparation for War

The Nazis came to power in 1933. They began introducing a set of ideas into German society. These ideas were based on the Nazi ideology, outlined by Hitler’s book “Mein Kampf”. This essay will examine how the Nazis’ attempted to ‘educate’ German society to integrate their ideological beliefs, and whether these were all designed as… View Article

Ultranationalism: Nazism and Black Sudanese People

Ultranationalism is a form of nationalism that often leads to conflicts within a state and can lead to travesties and devastation. Genocide, war, racial discrimination, cultural assimilation and death of innocent humans are common attributes associated with ultra nationalism. In extreme cases ultra nationalism leads to fascism, which in turn leaves no political opposition. The… View Article

“1984″ vs. Nazi Germany

I have always been fascinated with Adolf Hitler and World War II. It seems that throughout my education and lifetime, the topic of how Hitler’s Germany almost ruled the entire world was constantly mentioned in conversations, books, movies, or television programs. After reading George Orwell’s “1984″ I saw that there were big similarities between the… View Article

Elie Wiesel Speech Summary

In the speech Elie Wiesel says that indifference is bad and that it is a crime against humanity .He also said that indifference to a tragedy is not guiltless and that you cant just witness cruelty towards someone or something and not be responsible in some way for what ends up happening instead he said… View Article

Hitler and Big Brother

Some totalitarian regimes can be similar in some ways but also different in others. 1984 is a book that talks about a totalitarian regime that is ruled by big brother. We can find some similarities to this totalitarian regime with the regime of Adolf Hitler. They are both totalitarian regimes that are ruled by different… View Article

Indiana Jones: Raiders of the Lost Ark Hero’s Journey Analysis

Ordinary World In the first opening scene we see is Indiana Jone’s whip in his pocket. Then we see the hat from behind and that is when the die-hard Indiana Jones fans realize that they are witnessing the entrance of a great hero. The ordinary world for Indiana Jones is really not that boring at… View Article

Outline and Evaluate One or More Explanations of Why People Obey

Outline and Evaluate one or more explanations of why people obey It has been found by Milgram that people obey for four main reasons these are; legitimate authority, the momentum of compliance, the agentic shift and passivity. The first reason that Milgram found that people obey is because people feel like they have to obey… View Article

Why/How Does Art Become Political, According to Meyer?

In a time of revolution Nazi Germany used the art of music as a catalyst for their gain into absolute control and power. Music was used to manipulate the Germans to have a sense of loyalty to the Führer. The lyrics were based on “Nazi theory,” and that, “[music] was the cultural façade for a… View Article

Adolf Hitler’s political views

After World War I, Hitler returned to Munich.[75] Having no formal education and career prospects, he tried to remain in the army for as long as possible.[76] In July 1919 he was appointed Verbindungsmann (intelligence agent) of an Aufklärungskommando (reconnaissance commando) of the Reichswehr, to influence other soldiers and to infiltrate the German Workers’ Party… View Article

Vendetta

1. What period in history do you believe is portrayed in this movie? Considering the general circumstances illustrated in the movie; citizens afraid of its government, I believe, the period in history is when democracy was belittled, and government dominated with oppressive force. Since at various times the connection between V and Guy Fawkes is… View Article

Historical Chain of Cause and Effect

History is made every second. At the point of occurrence, many of these events seem insignificant. If one looks back throughout history, they will realize that although there is no consistent pattern, every single unrelated event, somehow, results in being related to the other. These relationships can be causal, effectual, or correlated. Although there are… View Article

Someone Named Eva Book Report

SETTING: The exposition begins in Lidice, Czechoslovakia at Milda’s home. Then it changes to Puschkau, Poland at a training camp to become perfect German citizens, then to Furstenberg, Germany where she lives then back to Lidice, Czechoslovakia where she finishes growing up. POINT of VIEW: First Person PROTAGONIST: The protagonist would be Milda and all… View Article

Nazis and Woodchucks

Nazi racial ideology has baffled the cultured mind since the atrocities were first made known to the world with the end of WWII. Though the inconceivable horror Jews and other nationalities endured under Nazi reign is common knowledge in our culture and is found in almost any modern history textbook, the mindset that made such… View Article

Boy in the Striped Pyjamas Film

I am very distressed about living in this dreadful place. I absolutely hate it; I can’t believe we moved from the best house EVER!!! With 5 floors if you included the basement and the top floor with the window where if I stand on the end of my toes I could see the whole of… View Article

Analysis – Mein Kampf

Hitler’s contemporaries – Baldwin, Chamberlain, Herbert Hoover – seem pathetically fusty figures, with their frock coats and wing collars, closer to the world of Edison, Carnegie and the hansom cab than to the first fully evolved modern societies over which they presided, areas of national consciousness formed by mass-produced newspapers and consumer goods, advertising and… View Article

Character Sketch of Anne Frank

“In spite of everything, I still believe that people are really good at heart.” These were the last words that Anne Frank wrote in her diary before she was taken away by the Nazis and shipped off to a concentration camp where she would later face her inevitable death. Anne was a person of many… View Article

Josef Mengele

Josef Mengele aka angle of death aka the white angle was born march 16, 1911 the eldest of 3 children to Karl and Walburga Mengele in Gunzburg Barvaria Germany in 1935 Mengele earned a PHD in anthropology from the university of munich. In January 1937 he became an assistant to Dr. Otmar Freiherr von Verschur,… View Article

Third Reich

The Nazi rise to power brought an end to the Weimar Republic, a parliamentary democracy established in Germany after World War I. Following the appointment of Adolf Hitler as chancellor on January 30, 1933, the Nazi state (also referred to as the Third Reich) quickly became a regime in which Germans enjoyed no guaranteed basic… View Article

Jewish History Nazi Policy Against Jews 1933

This is a brief introduction to my topic, how it started. In January 1933, Hitler became Chancellor of Germany, He was the idol for the people .Hitler as its Führer (“leader”), centralizing all power in his hands. Hitler now had the power to start manipulating people and started introducing the first nazi policies against Jews…. View Article