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Linus asked in Arts & HumanitiesHistory · 3 months ago

Was Hitler really alone to blame?

I don't think so. From what I've seen, he was just one of many, and also he himself had Jewish roots. Not saying he was innocent, but definitely, that he was manipulated a lot and rather UNDER control than IN control.

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  • 2 months ago

    Ahahahah, scratch a libertarian, find a Nazi. Never fails. Drooling retards, every last one of you.

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    There is no evidence that Hitler had Jewish blood. That was never confirmed.

    No, not only Hitler. One could also blame:

    Stalin (by his agreement with Hitler to divide Poland together),

    Chamberlain, Daladier (for being naive towards Hitler and not protecting the Czechs),

    Mościcki (who as Polish president attacked Czechoslovakia together with Nazi Germany),

    Hirohito, Konoe (who actually started the war before 1939 and who started WW2 as a world war by attacking the US)

    If he had been manipulated or radicalised then by people who had been dead by then, like HIndenburg and Ludendorff (Dolchstosslegende) and antisemitic nationalists like Luders etc, racist and social Darwinist Herbert Spencer and maybe WIlhelm II.

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  • 3 months ago

    NO: the whole NAZI SWINE party where to blame

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  • 3 months ago

    Certainly Hitler couldn't have achieved the level of mass murders laid at his door without willing help from a great many other people. But he was the man who started it, who instigated, continued, managed and controlled it ALL.

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  • 3 months ago

    Read his book dumbass.

    • harry3 months agoReport

      Mein Kampf

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  • Anonymous
    3 months ago

    When you use the phrase "alone to blame", you're suggesting Hitler wasn't THAT bad as he had complicit company. That sounds like an excuse to minimize atrocities to me and by extension, you indirectly guilty by association.

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  • 3 months ago

    Hitler was in control. But the German people were receptive to looking for a victim because the 1930's was the period of the Great Depression and the Germans were being made to pay punitive reparations for starting World War One.

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  • 3 months ago

    Embrace hitler, and excuse him. Great contribution.

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  • Marduk
    Lv 7
    3 months ago

    Like Trump, he had many supporters who were as evil as he was.

    • Linus3 months agoReport

      same goes for Obama, Bush and Clinton

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  • 3 months ago

    Yes.

    Hitler was really alone to blame.

    For WWII. WWII was absolutely the product of Adolf Hitler.

    Perhaps you don't grasp how much of a psycho $hithead that he was.

    I would encourage you to read up on the subject, and make up your own mind.

    In the 1930s, Hitler was a dictator bent on conquering eastern Europe, a facist bully that intimidated and took over nations. In particular, he wanted Russia because he regarded them as his biggest ideological enemy. France and Britain were not willing to let him continue to conquer Europe indefinitely, and that is why they went to war with him.

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    • Germany certainly had a lot of rotten facists in its leadership circle during the 30s, but I personally don't think that WWII as we know it would have happened without Hitler's sick mind. Who is to say whether someone else in Germany would have done the same thing if Hitler had never existed?

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