Propaganda in Nazi Germany. Why Did the Germans Keep Silent?


Term Paper, 2011

8 Pages, Grade: 1,0


Abstract or Introduction

The essay deals with the reasons for and two major concepts of Nazi propaganda, trying to answer the questions “Why was there so little resistance against the discriminative actions of the Nazis, especially against their genocide of the Jews? How did the Nazi regime manage to convince people of the alleged righteousness and necessity of eliminating the Jewish race?”. The situation at the end of the Weimar Republic plays an important role in the success of the Nazi propaganda. Key concepts of this propaganda were the creation of a common enemy (the Jews) and a ‘people’s community’ to tie the population together against this enemy. However it must be stated that a comprehensive attempt to answer the question of “How could it happen?” would have to include various other aspects and that there will still remain unresolved questions.

Details

Title
Propaganda in Nazi Germany. Why Did the Germans Keep Silent?
College
Jacobs University Bremen gGmbH
Grade
1,0
Author
Year
2011
Pages
8
Catalog Number
V303445
ISBN (eBook)
9783668021655
ISBN (Book)
9783668021662
File size
361 KB
Language
English
Keywords
propaganda, nazi, germany, germans, keep, silent
Quote paper
Inga Nehlsen (Author), 2011, Propaganda in Nazi Germany. Why Did the Germans Keep Silent?, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/303445

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