Adolf Hitler's Use Of Propaganda

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Adolf Hitler Adolf Hitler was the Nazi leader of Germany. He was in charge of the Holocaust. Hitler created the Nazi party. Hitler would tell everyone how horrible the Jews were and how they ruined german lives. In WWII, Nazi leader Adolf Hitler used propaganda, speech, and the fear of differences to control and implement his beliefs into the German population.
Adolf Hitler’s propaganda was used to spread his influence on the youth and average Germans. He started the Hitler youth so the children could learn the Nazi beliefs by using propaganda. This would help The Fuhrer to achieve his goal of world domination and the extermination of specific population. The posters also stereotyped the Jewish race saying that they were overweight, big nosed, greedy, and ugly. This affected the German race to think the Jews were enemies. "Propaganda tries to force a doctrine on the whole people... Propaganda works on the general public from the standpoint of an idea and makes them ripe for the victory of this idea" ("Nazi Propaganda").
Hitler spoke his speeches to try and inflame the German population against the jews and others. To the young, those speeches were
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He wanted the Aryan race because it was perfect and everyone should be the same. Because of his mother’s death, he feared the Jews would “kill” off the Germans like they did to her. Hitler would spread his fear throughout the country so he could get the population to side with him quicker. “From 1933 until the start of the war in 1939, Hitler and his Nazi regime instituted hundreds of laws and regulations to restrict and exclude Jews in society” ("Anti-Jewish Legislation in Prewar Germany."). He was scared that the Jewish race would take over or get in the way of his work. He would persuade everybody to get rid of the other races so they could overpower everyone. Adolf despised the Jewish because of their religion and actions that weren’t equivalent to his