The Second World War thus became not just a battlefield of global conquest but also the means to conduct a seemingly psychotic campaign of annihilation against the Jewish people. It was an attempted genocide unique for its technological thoroughness. Hitler and his SS henchmen set up a methodical production line of death - a conveyor belt of merciless cruelty and mass murder. Purpose built concentration camps with gas chambers and crematoria were devised, mainly in Nazi-occupied Poland, to exterminate the Jews.
The aforementioned specialized courses took place at the University of Munich in Junewhere Hitler heard lectures on Germany's economic situation, the political history of the war and other matters, all delivered in an anti-Bolshevik disposition, inciting him to proselytize nationalist messages to his comrades.
Hitler's own bitterness over the collapse of the war effort also began to shape his ideology. In September Hitler wrote what is often deemed his first antisemitic text, requested by Mayr as a reply to an inquiry by Adolf Gemlich, who had participated in the same "educational courses" as Hitler.
In this report Hitler argued for a "rational anti-Semitism" which would not resort to pogromsbut instead "legally fight and remove the privileges enjoyed by the Jews as opposed to other foreigners living among us.
Its final goal, however, must be the irrevocable removal of the Jews themselves. On the orders of his army superiors, Hitler applied to join the party,  and within a week was accepted as party member the party began counting membership at to give the impression they were a much larger party.
When early party members promulgated their point manifesto on 24 February co-authored by Hitler, Anton Drexler, Gottfried Federand Dietrich Eckartit was Hitler who penned the first point, revealing his intention to unify German-speaking peoples, claiming that the party demanded, "all Germans be gathered together in a Greater Germany on the basis of the right of all peoples to self-determination.
Under his influence the party adopted a modified swastikaa well-known good luck charm that had previously been used in Germany as a mark of volkishness and " Aryanism ", along with the Roman salute used by Italian fascists.
The committee members realised that the resignation of their leading public figure and speaker would mean the end of the party. The principle relied on absolute obedience of all subordinates to their superiors; thus he viewed the party structure and later the government structure as a pyramid, with himself—the infallible leader—at the apex.
Rank in the party was not determined by elections—positions were filled through appointment by those of higher rank, who demanded unquestioning obedience to the will of the leader. On 8 November, Hitler's forces initially succeeded in occupying the local Reichswehr and police headquarters; however, neither the army nor the state police joined forces with him.
Hitler wanted to emulate Benito Mussolini's " March on Rome " by staging his own coup in Bavaria to be followed by a challenge to the government in Berlin. However, the Bavarian authorities ordered the police to stand their ground. The putschists were dispersed after a short firefight in the streets near the Feldherrnhalle.
At one point during the trial, Hitler discussed political leadership, during which he stated that leading people was not a matter of political science Staatswissenschaft but an innate ability, one of statecraft Staatskunst.
Hitlers first apparently involuntary occult experiences came to him probably after the death (2 February ) of his younger brother Edmund - an event that had a profound effect on the young Adolf - see 'Occult Biography of Adolf Hitler'. Oct 05, · The early Soviet obsession with secrecy can be traced to the personality of Vladimir Lenin himself, who believed it was of paramount importance for the success of the revolution. Lecture 11 Hitler and World War Two The Nazi empire was created by violence, lived by violence and was destroyed by violence. In contrast to other empires created by armed might, which bequeathed art and literature that are still widely admired, or administrations, customs, languages and legal codes that Europeans and non-Europeans still adhere to, from Ireland to India, the tawdry Nazi anti.
In April he was sentenced to five years' imprisonment in Landsberg Prisonwhere he received preferential treatment from sympathetic guards and received substantial quantities of fan mail, including funds and other forms of assistance.
In Mein Kampf Hitler speaks at length about his youth, his early days in the Nazi Party, general ideas on politics, including the transformation of German society into one based on race ; some passages imply genocide.
InHitler's first year in office, 1, copies were sold. Like other boys in his part of Austria, he was attracted to Pan-Germanismbut his intellectual pursuits were generally those of a dilettante. Hitler portrays himself as a born leader interested in knightly adventures, exploration, and who by the time he was eleven, was a nationalist interested in history.
Karl Haushoferwho was the chair of the military science and geography department at the University of Munich.
These meetings consisted of lectures and academic briefings on geopolitics, most certainly covering the Nazi ideal of Lebensraum and which likely influenced the views Hitler laid out in Mein Kampf.Adolf Hitler was born on April 20, in Braunau-am-Inn, Austria.
His father was a customs officer on the border crossing with Germany and his mother gave birth to two other children, but both of them died. Lecture 11 Hitler and World War Two The Nazi empire was created by violence, lived by violence and was destroyed by violence.
In contrast to other empires created by armed might, which bequeathed art and literature that are still widely admired, or administrations, customs, languages and legal codes that Europeans and non-Europeans still adhere to, from Ireland to India, the tawdry Nazi anti.
Hitlers first apparently involuntary occult experiences came to him probably after the death (2 February ) of his younger brother Edmund - an event that had a profound effect on the young Adolf - see 'Occult Biography of Adolf Hitler'.
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