"Hitler justified his actions, using different ideologies". Explain

Asked by Hrishikesh marathe | 4th Sep, 2016, 11:53: PM

Expert Answer:

Hitler justified his actions using the following ideologies:
  1. Racism: It demands racial purity in Germany; proclaims Germany's destiny to rule over inferior races like Jews, Gypsies, communists, trade unionist, Polish, mentally and physically disabled as racial enemies.
  2. Nazism: Nazism is a set of political beliefs associated with the Nazi Party of Germany. It started in the 1920s. The Party gained power in 1933, starting the Third Reich. They lasted in Germany until 1945, at the end of World War II.
  3. Aryanisation: To forced expulsion of so-called "non-Aryans", mainly Jews, from business life in Nazi Germany and the territories it controlled. It entailed the transfer of Jewish property into "Aryan" hands in order to "de-Jew the economy".
  4.  To support his ideologues, he imposed exclusion of jews Ghettoisation and Annihilation on jews [and other unwanted communities].

Answered by Akanksha Kaul | 6th Sep, 2016, 06:05: PM

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