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Propaganda in Nazi GermanyThe rise of fascist Germany has taught society that we must be aware of who controls the media otherwise we are vulnerable to manipulation by today s propagandists Propaganda is defined as the dissemination of ideas and information for the purpose of inducing or intensifying specific attitudes and actions Although propaganda was not new a new phenomena founded in Nazi Germany never before had it influenced public opinion to the extent that it did By communicating ideas that played on the public s emotions the Nazis justified their military aggressions the arresting of their political rivals and their systematic extermination of six million Jews The Nazis were able to involve themselves in virtually every aspect of the German people s lives through propaganda The creation of a new ministry intended to promote public enlightenment demonstrates the importance of propaganda to the success of the German National Socialist Party At the head of this newly created ministry was Joseph Goebbels Together Goebbels and Hitler were tremendously effective in their persuasion of the German people They mobilized the masses stimulated the German economy during the Great Depression and harnessed the might of German industry and her people in order to create a formidable war machine that nearly conquered all of Europe Mein Kampf considered to be the bible of the Nazi party outlined the importance Adolf Hitler placed on propaganda In his book Hitler explained that German troops were ill-prepared for the enemy during the First World War as he wroteIn Germany the school the press and comic magazines cultivateda conception of the Englishman s character and almost more so of hisempire which inevitably led to one of the most insidious delusions forgradually everyone was infected by this nonsense and the consequencewas an underestimation for which we would have to pay most bitterlyFurthermore he adds that the German soldiers were misinformed as he wroteAfter the very first days of battle
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