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what was hitler like 1933 onwards?

my nephew has a project to do over the half term and has asked me to help him and i have no clue, ive searched the internet but i would like some opinions/facts and true based things. btw this has to be done over the half term, so basically over this week.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    The Daily Mail reported on 10 July 1933:

    'The German nation, moreover, was rapidly falling under the control of its alien elements. In the last days of the pre-Hitler regime there were twenty times as many Jewish government officials in Germany as had existed before the war. Israelites of international attachments were insinuating themselves into key positions in the German administrative machine.'

    Dr. Manfred Reifer, a well known leader of the Jews of Bukovina, wrote in the Jewish magazine Czernowitzer Allegemeine Zeitung (September 1933):

    'Whilst large sections of the German nation were struggling for the preservation of their race, we Jews filled the streets of Germany with our vociferations. We supplied the press with articles on the subject of its Christmas and Easter and administered to its religious beliefs in the manner we considered suitable. We ridiculed the highest ideals of the German nation and profaned the matters which it holds sacred.'

    Resentment and resistance began to build up against the alien horde and in the year before Adolf Hitler came to power Bernard Lecache, President of the World Jewish League, stated:

    'Germany is our public enemy number one. It is our object to declare war without mercy against her.'

    On that same day, 24 March 1933, on the front page of the London Daily Express appeared the main headlines: "Judaea declares war on Germany: Jews of all the world unite", and followed with:

    'The Israelite people of the entire world declare economic and financial war on Germany. The appearance of the Swastika as the symbol of the new Germany revives the old war symbol of the Jews. Fourteen million Jews stand as one body to declare war on Germany. The Jewish wholesale dealer leaves his business, the banker his bank, the shopkeeper his shop, the beggar his miserable hut in order to combine forces in the holy war against Hitler's people.'

    TOTAL DESTRUCTION DEMANDED

    Vladimir Jabotinsky, founder of the Irgun Zvai Leumi terrorist organisation, wrote in the January 1934 issue of Mascha Rjetach:

    'For months now the struggle against Germany is waged by each Jewish community at each conference in all our syndicates and by each Jew all over the world. There is reason to believe that our part in this struggle has general value. We will start a spiritual and material war of all the world against Germany's ambitions to become once again a great nation, to recover lost territories and colonies. But our Jewish interests demand Germany's total destruction, collectively and individually. The German nation is a threat to us Jews.'

    Emil Ludwig Cohen wrote in his book The New Holy Alliance, Strasburg, 1938:

    'Even if Hitler at the last moment would want to avoid war which would destroy him he will, in spite of his wishes, be compelled to wage war.'

    Bernard Lechache wrote in The Right to Live (December 1938):

    'It is our task to organise the moral and cultural blockade of Germany and disperse this nation. It is up to us to start a merciless war.'

    The Jewish newspaper Central Blad Voor Israeliten in Nederlands printed on 13 September 1939:

    'The millions of Jews living in America, England, France, North Africa and South, not forgetting Palestine, have decided to carry on the war in Germany to the very end. It is to be a war of extermination.'

    The Toronto Star (26 February 1940) printed a declaration of a Rabbi Perlberg, Director of the British section of the Jewish World Congress:

    'The Jewish World Congress is in a state of war with Germany for seven years.'

    The Jewish magazine Sentinel of Chicago printed in its issue of 8 October 1940:

    'When the National Socialists and their friends cry or whisper that this [the war] is brought about by Jews, they are perfectly right.'

    Hitler now put into operation the plan of getting all German areas into one state and all Germans under one German Government. The Germans in the Rhineland, the Germans in Austria and the Sudeten Germans responded willingly. In January 1935 the Saar Valley voted to return to Germany with a 90 per-cent poll in favour. There were also Germans in East Prussia and in Danzig now divided by land ceded to Poland by the Treaty of Versailles. It is interesting to note that between 1933 and 1937 10,000 Jews migrated to Hitler's Germany, 97 of them from Palestine.

  • 1 decade ago

    You want a history of Hitler from 1933 till his death, and instead of getting a book on the subject, or at least reading material from wikipedia or the hundreds of other online sources, you're asking random strangers on the internet??? Seriously? Your nephew's uncle needs to re-think his strategy if he really needs to help.

  • 4 years ago

    the persons of Germany wanted a proof, they have been keen to have self assurance something, so as that they have been given attatched to Hitlers concepts as quickly as he created them. He then enable the persons strengthen on him so as that they could "believe" him. He then replaced into voted Chancellor, which gave him plenty capability. He in actuality made the Germans experience good approximately themselves.

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