Germany was in a terrible state. The huge burden of reparations from World War
One had ... It wasn't so that all German people followed Hitler, most eaven were
against him. ... at the time, and many Germans were living in shacks after
countless homes and farms had been seized by Rothschild/Rockefeller-
Mar 30, 2005 ... Hitler, says Goetz Aly, was a "feel good dictator," a leader who not only […] ...
nagging question: Why did average Germans so heartily support the Nazis ...
only made Germans feel important, but also made sure they were well ...
Mar 1, 2007 ... How could ordinary German citizens support people who were so ... What we
often forget is that many Germans did not support Hitler and the .... Is it so
surprising that ordinary German citizens were willing to support their ...
Because he made promises that they found believable and he appealed to their
sense of national identity and he followed thru with his promises to create more ...
Oct 11, 2015 ... How could so many people agree with the views of one man? ... why did
germans support Hitler, because I don't think germans were willingly ...
Jan 30, 2008 ... There were still many Germans who were skeptical of Hitler when he became
chancellor in 1933. ... The referendum that followed on 19 August 1934, to
legitimize the ... outstripped that of the Nazi regime itself, and even more so of the
Party. .... Few were clear-sighted or willing enough to analyze what lay ...
Jul 23, 2007 ... How could ordinary German citizens support people who were so ... is that many
Germans did not support Hitler and the Nazis at the start of the 1930s. .... Is it so
surprising that ordinary German citizens were willing to support ...
Jul 7, 2012 ... Did they believe they were doing the right thing in killing 6 million (Jewish)
people? How could so many soldiers willingly and consistently execute
thousands of .... You have to obey orders, so German counter- insurgency
depended on .... insight into the mentality of the perpetrators and willing
In many of his speeches during his rise to power, Hitler often spoke about the ...
Another reason the Nazis were so attractive to the German people was the
extreme ... The Czar further used the protocol to support his anti-Semitic policies
in Russia. .... contested by Daniel Goldhagen in his book Hitler's Willing
Hitler was an evil leader, and this essay is to show why people voted for him in ...
In 1927 the Hitler Youth was formed, where young people were taught to obey
Hitler. ... This meant their money had become worthless and many people
became poor. ... Hitler told the Germans that he could solve this problem, so this