World War II-Adolf Hitler
Why did Adolf Hitler hate the Jews?
He thought the Jews were trouble for Germany. He said that all Germany's problems had been caused by the Jews. Also He thought that all these problems was to banish the Jews. He also hates the Jews because he thinks they stole the victory from the country in the first world war II.
Why was He elected chancellor?
He promised more jobs, cheaper foods, and a better country. The Nazis didn't have enough seats to control parliament. Hindenburg, intimidated by Hitler’s growing popularity.Hitler’s emergence as chancellor on January 30, 1933, marked a crucial turning point for Germany and, ultimately, for the world. His plan, embraced by much of the German population, was to do away with politics and make Germany a powerful, unified one-party state.
How many Nazis died during the world war II?
Nearly 620,000 Nazi soldiers died during world war II. The deaths were caused by accidents, combat, starvation, diseases, atomic bomb.
How does this historical event continue to impact our lives today? What lesson did we learn from this event?
This historical event still impacts our lives today because During the war, carpet bombing campaigns targeted civilian targets as much as military ones, while starvation and disease claimed a stunning number of lives. Atrocities also added misery. The Holocaust alone killed 11 million people and half of the people that were killed were Jews. The lesson that i learned was that. Families ended because of the number of young men and women, children and grandparents who died due to fighting, continuous civilian targeting by bombing campaigns, accidents, and the atomic bomb.