Leadership, and the Government that Follows
Measuring a ruler’s success can easily be defined in the satire Animal Farm. The spoof is based on a totalitarian leadership. The four main characters in this book are the pigs on the farm. They go against Napoleon’s will and represent the white movement. The reason this story becomes prevalent in the essay is because it shows how few people can turn around a society. Orwell describes in animal farm just how he got his idea for the novel. “I saw a little boy, perhaps ten years old, driving a huge cart-horse along a narrow path, whipping it whenever it tried to turn. It struck me that if only such animals became aware of their strength we should have no power over them, and that men exploit animals in much the same way as the rich exploit the proletariat.” This is the exact idea that Adolf Hitler had. If the people knew just how much strength they had as a whole, it was enough to over throw the power of one man. In Animal Farm, the pigs didn’t feel as if they were being treated equally and were able to over throw one leader who just so happens to be Mr. Frederick, the tough owner of Pinchfield who portrays Germany, or in finer terms, Adolf Hitler.
Adolf Hitler was a dictator of the German Nazi movement. He was born April 20, 1889 in the small Austrian town of Braunau. After a prior act in elementary school, Adolf soon became rebellious and began failing in the Realschule, which is a college
preparatory school. After going through this dispute he finally left school all together by 1905. He refused to give in to the normal training of a regular job, so he began his years of amateur painting and dreaming of becoming a famous artist. This is the part many do no know of Hitler. He was very intuitive to his surroundings and was a calm individual yet all this turned around in his early adult years.
Many know Hitler as the murderous leader of Germany in the early nineteen hundreds. Hitler was a brilliant leader arguably. Although un-ethical, he was respected. People listened to him and followed his guidance because he persuaded people so well. These people didn’t have minds of their own so he gave one to them. The rules of his leadership resided in extreme dictatorship. After World War 1, Hitler had a secured supreme political power. Hitler went on to gain their support by persuading most Germans he was their savior from the Depression, the Communists, and the Jews along with other "undesirable" minorities.
After Hitler’s rise, he began the Nazi party. Few would have thought that the Nazi Party, starting as a gang of unemployed soldiers in 1919, would become the legal government of Germany by 1933. The Nazi party rose and crashed. It became more finalized after 1925 when Hitler was released from prison, and formally resurrected the Nazi Party. Hitler began rebuilding and reorganizing the Party, waiting for an appropriate time to gain political power in Germany. Hitler skillfully made his way through...