The Weimar Republic A woman exchanges vegetables for baskets of money during the hyperinflation of The Weimar Republic refers to Germany and its political system between late the end of World War I and the rise of Nazism. The Weimar Republic began as a bold political experiment. The men who took control of Germany after World War I were ambitious reformers.
Mein Kampf[ edit ] Adolf Hitler devoted three chapters of his book Mein Kampfitself a propaganda tool, to the study and practice of propaganda.
Although untrue — German propaganda during World War I was mostly more advanced than that of the British — it became the official truth of Nazi Germany thanks to its reception by Hitler.
Assessing his audience, Hitler writes in chapter VI: Propaganda must always address itself to the broad masses of the people.
All propaganda must be presented in a popular form and must fix its intellectual level so as not to be above the heads of the least intellectual of those to whom it is directed.
The art of propaganda consists precisely in being able to awaken the imagination of the public through an appeal to their feelings, in finding the appropriate psychological form that will arrest the attention and appeal to the hearts of the national masses.
The broad masses of the people are not made up of diplomats or professors of public jurisprudence nor simply of persons who are able to form reasoned judgment in given cases, but a vacillating crowd of human children who are constantly wavering between one idea and another. The great majority of a nation is so feminine in its character and outlook that its thought and conduct are ruled by sentiment rather than by sober reasoning.
This sentiment, however, is not complex, but simple and consistent. It is not highly differentiated, but has only the negative and positive notions of love and hatred, right and wrong, truth and falsehood.
Propaganda must not investigate the truth objectively and, in so far as it is favourable to the other side, present it according to the theoretical rules of justice; yet it must present only that aspect of the truth which is favourable to its own side.
The receptive powers of the masses are very restricted, and their understanding is feeble. On the other hand, they quickly forget. Such being the case, all effective propaganda must be confined to a few bare essentials and those must be expressed as far as possible in stereotyped formulas.
These slogans should be persistently repeated until the very last individual has come to grasp the idea that has been put forward. Every change that is made in the subject of a propagandist message must always emphasize the same conclusion. The leading slogan must of course be illustrated in many ways and from several angles, but in the end one must always return to the assertion of the same formula.
It was joined in by Joseph Goebbels 's Der Angriffanother unabashedly and crudely propagandistic paper. During most of the Nazis' time in opposition, their means of propaganda remained limited.
With little access to mass media, the party continued to rely heavily on Hitler and a few others speaking at public meetings until Goebbels, a former journalist and Nazi party officer in Berlin, soon proved his skills. Among his first successes was the organization of riotous demonstrations that succeeded in having the American anti-war film All Quiet on the Western Front banned in Germany.
Its goals were to establish enemies in the public mind: A major political and ideological cornerstone of Nazi policy was the unification of all ethnic Germans living outside the Reich's borders e.Our fight is with money. Work alone will help us, not money. We must smash interest slavery.
Our fight is with the races that represent money. Speech at the hall of Zum Deutschen Reich, (December 18, ), Thomas Weber, Becoming Hitler: The Making of a Nazi, Basic Books, , p. Police report. Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill KG OM CH TD FRS PC (November 30, – January 24, ) was a British politician and statesman, best known for his leadership of the United Kingdom during World War II.
He was Prime Minister of the UK from to and again from to He received the Nobel Prize for Literature in See also: The Second World War (book series). Get an answer for 'How did the use of Article 48 (of the Weimar Republic's constitution) help Hitler's rise to power?' and find homework help for other Weimar Constitution questions at eNotes.
The Karl Marx House museum is where Karl Marx was born in ; it is now a museum. The significance of the house went unnoticed until , at which point the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD) worked hard to buy it, succeeding in The Weimar Republic and Hitler.
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