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Hitler's Aryan View Of The World

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In Adolf Hitler Ideology his view on races and the Aryans in particular played an essential role and had been used by him to make differences between people and to introduce a mindset which believed in better people being superior compared to others.
He had a very narrow view of the “perfect human”. His ideal of the “perfect human” had to be tall, slim, narrow-faced, narrow forehead, narrow high-built nose, lower jaw, prominent chin, rosy bright skin, and smooth hair. Hitler called the people who fitted into his model the Aryan Race. Hitler called the “perfect humans”, the Aryans, because the original meaning is honorable and respectful. This would differ them from the Jews which were, in Hitler’s view, the “imperfect people” from the Aryans. In Hitler’s view, if there is a “perfect human” there has to be an “imperfect human”. In this way Hitler created 2 groups in society: The Aryans, and the Jews. In order to be called an Aryan, he or she had to prove that he or she did not have any Jewish family members. In addition he or she was not allowed to have a Jewish background. If the person did have Jewish ancestors or did have a connection to Jews in their family, he or she would be called for their entire life, under Hitler, a Jew and not an Aryan. But if he or she didn’t have any connection to the Jews, he or she would receive a document which assures that he or she is a pure Aryan. Aryans had many privileges compared to the Jews: They were able to work in workplaces which were well paid, were in high positions, and were very powerful in decisions. These kinds of jobs were unavailable for the Jews to have. The employers only wanted Aryans because they were the new “perfect human”. Hitler decided to dispossess all Jews, so that they lost their home, possessions basically everything which the owned before. Jews had been ejected before in countries such as England, France, Spain, and Italy, because Jews were merchants, salesmen, and bankers and they were mostly wealthy and they made many people jealous of their wealth. That’s the reason why Jews were not welcome in countries; also because Jews didn’t have a Jewish country they could call ‘home’.
Adolf Hitler’s political goal was to have absolute power and to rule over the whole world. Hitler wanted everyone to look up to him. He wanted to use democratic methods in order to achieve his goal, and he thought this wouldn't frighten the people and they would vote for him. Because of Hitler’s talent in persuading many people through his speeches, he used many speeches to persuade as many people as possible to have supporters. While Hitler was in prison, he set up a plan of his political career and he developed his anti-Semitic ideas. Hitler did not accept that Germany had lost World War I and that the Germans had to suffer. The consequence of it, in Hitler’s view, drastic and immediate action was required to save the country. He tried to find a reason for the defeat of Germany. Finally, Hitler found...

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