Why did Adolf Hitler dislike Slavic people? (yet he allied himself with Croatia?)?
and what did he probably think of Turkish people? (And when he wrote in Mein Kampf about his early experiences in Vienna, didn't he say things about the racial mixture of Slavs, Gypsies, Turkish people? or what he specifically thought of the Slavic people? (That included people in Poland and Prussia?)
- CoquihallaLv 77 months agoFavorite Answer
His dislike about Slavic people is because they were an agrarian society mainly. Basically farmers(low tech) Hitler saw Germany more high tech in that they took the ores from the earth and got metals (as they also had a large coal deposit to fire up foundries. ) Metal workers who could make machines with high accuracy and precision. This required precise measurements. Something farmers did not have to do. It seemed the slavs were dull witted to Hitler. Remember all these countries are tight together so allied up to Croatia had a purpose. Germany did not have oil. Croatia may be a country closer to Russian oil fields.(I am not looking on a map for you) but that is probably the reason.
- Anonymous7 months ago
Croatians claimed to be Christians and Muslims both paid the Nazis to take Croatian Jews so they were Both
realy Nazis and antisemites
- KillmousekyLv 77 months ago
I thought I answered this question just days ago. The puerile repetition in this "forum" is hyper-trite. This isn't worth my attention a 2nd time.
- TinaLv 77 months ago
Midnight Run/Dave says;
"But this was the accusation that labeled him an evil exterminator which remains to this day."
Rubbish Dave. He did exterminate 6 million of Europe's Jews, which is why the crime is attached to his name. He built the camps, he set up the ghettos he arrested innocent people without trial, including over a million children and imprisoned them in filthy overcrowded conditions on starvation rations.
They were also shot, drowned, beaten to death and sent to the gas chambers.
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- Anonymous7 months ago
Mein Kampf was an autobiography. What he wrote about his earlier life didn't necessarily reflect the way he thought as Chancellor.
For instance, he mentions "extermination" 17 times in the first volume of Mein Kampf and 3 times in the second volume - and not once was it in reference to the Jews. Thus, the majority belief that he "used Mein Kampf as his step-by-step plan to rule the world" is bogus, just like most of the things claimed about him. The Allies ran a very successful propaganda campaign much of which was to deceive their own people.
You're probably unaware that between 1915 and 1939 the Zionist pushed a media -supported campaign (financial and emotional) involving the persecution and threatened extermination of 6 million Jews - and that right in the middle of this campaign accused Hitler of exterminating Jews less than *6 months into her term as Chancellor*.
It doesn't take a mental heavyweight to see that Hitler could never have organized and implemented such a thing in only 6 months. But this was the accusation that labeled him an evil exterminator which remains to this day.
- 7 months ago
Too many lies about Hitler going on.