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Sprading Nazi Ideas

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How did the Nazis spread their ideas to the people? The Nazis were very clever and intelligent when it came to spreading the message to the people. Not only did they use technology but they knew how to get into people's minds. The method the Nazis used to spread idea was used 70 years later from other people that weren't the Nazis. Nobody came up with this idea before and even when the Nazis used it, nobody used it anyway. Until then politicians spoke for hours and hours saying endless speeches, many people didn't like them. People were bored and didn't want to listen to their ideas. When Hitler first started to do speeches (in the beer hall) he wasn't that type of person, what he did was completely different. He organized very short speeches, and especially very simple speeches that gave the message right away. He used short sentences and repeated them at least three times. ...read more.

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By 1939 70% of german had a radio, and since they had a short world, all they could hear were the Nazis. That means that 100% of the people that listened to the radio, listened to the Nazis. Goebbels also controlled that. Cinema also helped for the publicity of the Nazis. Many movies were made about the Nazis, but people soon got bored of them. The most important advertisement was image and posters. It was the first methods used and it was very affective. Wherever people went, they saw Hitler's face or the sign of the Nazis. People that didn't know them became curious and soon became Nazis. In conclusion, every one of these methods were very useful. And even if I obviously disagree with what the Nazis and Hitler believed in, I must admit that they were very, very clever on how they built their empire. They invented many ways in which to publicize their beliefs. ...read more.

Conclusion

New factories were created and new jobs for the people. Really important companies were created, such as buyer and Basf, most modern technologies, Lufthansa became one of the most important air companies of the world. Stresemann forced to pay reparations as soon as possible: in 1925 the French and Belgium troupes left Germany. As foreign minister Stresemann reached Germany to join the league of nations and signed a treaty with soviet union. In 1928 Germany signed treaties with 60 other countries (Kellogg Briand Pact). The treaty said that these countries would never go to war against one another. At the end of the same year, Stresemann was awarded with the Nobel price. But only one year after he died in October 1929. But he had time to let Germany to a complete recovery from the disaster of 1st world war. Germany was now a peaceful country democracy was very strong, Berlin was a beautiful city to live and to enjoy: many painters, writers and cinema directors were living there. But the most incredible thing was that between 1918 and 1933 Germany won 60 Nobel prices for science. ...read more.

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