Hitler's Inspiration From America Analysis

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“Get up! Grab your bags, line up outside! Hurry. Hurry up, Jews! Today is the day you are to be sent to your work camps for the remainder of the war. Turn in your valuables to the soldiers standing at the front of your door, hold nothing back; those who do will be shot immediately. NOW HURRY OUT, FILE INTO RANKS OF TEN!” Imagine those words being ordered toward you, in the rough language native to Germany. The officer ordering you out of your house, telling you what to do, telling you to give up anything of value. What have you done to them? You and your family, along with your friends, relatives, and neighbors, are all being rounded up outside of your houses, preparing to leave your home. All because you are a Jew.. “Why is this happening..? …show more content…
In the report of Hitler’s inspiration from America, Simon Moya-Smith provides a statement that comes from a reliable source, claiming the claims of Hitler’s inspiration:
“The idea of a prison camp – specifically Auschwitz, in Oświęcim, Poland – where Hitler's soldiers could shoot, hang, poison, mutilate and starve men, women and children en mass was not an idea Hitler, the bigot, came up with on his own. In fact, the Pulitzer-Prize winning biographer John Toland wrote that Hitler was inspired in part by the Indian reservation system – a creation of the United States.
“Hitler's concept of concentration camps as well as the practicality of genocide owed much, so he claimed, to his studies of English and United States history,” Toland wrote in his book, Adolf Hitler: The Definitive Biography. “He admired the camps for Boer prisoners in South Africa and for the Indians in the wild west; and often praised to his inner circle the efficiency of America's extermination—by starvation and uneven combat—of the red savages who could not be tamed by