Adolf Hitler In The Eternal Jews

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Adolf Hitler was a German Politian who was the leader of Nazi Party, chancellor of Germany from 1933 to 1945. By taking advantage of the Great Depression in Germany, Hitler came to power by promoting strong Nationalism and fascism, especially hatred towards Jews to Germans. His propaganda was the most influential method to capture the German mind and dominate Germany. He blamed Jews for losing the World War I and economic depression in Germany. He promoted this hatred through modern media such as, broad casting his speech through radio, making films and posters. In the history of mankind his dictatorship was the first which made complete use of all this technical means for the domination of its own country . Adolf Hitler and Nazi Party widespread a long-established German anti-Semitism. As he was betrayed by Jews during his life time, his hatred toward them became more predominate. He believes that they also betrayed Germany during WW1. He also blamed Jews for the great depression after WW1. He believed that they came to German as an immigrants and robbed the Germans of their hard work while they did not do any physical labor. He also claimed that they were behind the world …show more content…
Its title in German is Der ewige Jude, the German term for the character of the “Wandering Jew” in medieval folklore. At the insistence of Nazi Germany's Minister of Propaganda, Joseph Goebbels, the film was directed by Fritz Hippler. The screenplay is credited to Eberhard Taubert. This is an almost one hour documentary style black and white film about Nazis’ perspective of Jewish thinking, life style and culture. This film was narrated with music in the background. The film claims that it shows “the actual shots of Polish ghettos and Jews as they really look… before concealing themselves behind the mask of civilized Europeans”4. This films propaganda was to dehumanize Jewish population, especially in Poland and Germany and make Germans hate