Hitlerism

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Hitlerism, also known as Adolf Hitler Thought, refers to the ideology and policies associated with Adolf Hitler, the leader of the National Socialist German Workers' Party (NSDAP), commonly known as the Nazi Party. This doctrine encompasses a range of beliefs and principles that guided Nazi Germany from 1933 to 1945, during Hitler's dictatorship. He is known for being the predecessor and leader of the Nazis. He is sometimes also seen as a branch of Nazism.

Hitler is an extremely controversial character, he is often portrayed as a man of pure evil. Due to this, he often appears in “dark humor” and many other internet pop culture.

History[edit | edit source]

Early on, Hitler was found of the idea of German nationalism, though he himself is an Austrian.

Adolf Hitler’s rise to power began with his joining the German Workers' Party (DAP) in 1919. Impressed by the party's nationalist and anti-Semitic ideas, Hitler quickly rose within its ranks due to his oratory skills and propaganda talents. By 1921, he had become the leader of the newly renamed National Socialist German Workers' Party (NSDAP or Nazi Party). His initial attempt to seize power through the 1923 Beer Hall Putsch failed, leading to his imprisonment. During his brief time in prison, he wrote “Mein Kampf,” outlining his ideology and future plans for Germany.

Upon his release in 1925, Hitler focused on rebuilding the Nazi Party and gaining power through legal political means. The Great Depression of 1929 significantly increased the party's support, as Hitler promised economic and political stability. By 1932, the Nazis were the largest party in the Reichstag (parliament), and in 1933, Hitler was appointed Chancellor of Germany. He quickly consolidated power, passing the Reichstag Fire Decree and the Enabling Act, which gave him dictatorial powers. By 1934, after the death of president Hindenburg, Hitler had merged the positions of chancellor and president, becoming the supreme leader of Germany.

Hitler's rule led to the aggressive expansion of the German Third Reich and the onset of World War II in 1939, starting with the invasion of Poland. His regime implemented the Holocaust, resulting in the mass extermination of six million Jews and millions of other persecuted groups. As the war turned against Germany, Hitler retreated to his Führerbunker in Berlin. Facing imminent defeat, he committed suicide on April 30, 1945. His death marked the end of the Nazi regime, and Germany surrendered shortly afterward, leaving a legacy of unprecedented destruction and horror.

Beliefs[edit | edit source]

Racial Purity and Anti-Semitism [edit | edit source]

Central to Hitlerism is the belief in the superiority of the Aryan race, particularly the Germanic peoples, and the inferiority of other races. This ideology justified the systemic persecution and extermination of Jews, whom Hitler and the Nazis scapegoated for Germany's problems and considered an existential threat.

Hierarchical Society [edit | edit source]

Hitler was opposed to Marxism, Capitalism, and Democracy, viewing them as threats to the Nazi vision of a racially pure and hierarchically organized society.

Life in the society[edit | edit source]

If someone said something bad about or is a threat to Hitler or the Nazi Party, Gestapo (German secret police) and SS would attack and imprison them.

In schools, Hitler’s portrait is in every classroom’s wall. Mein Kampf is an official history book, and all teachers had to join the Nazi Party to be able to spread Nazi beliefs and indoctrinate students, as they learned to respect the Führer ( German word for leader).

In women’s society, they were all expected to give up on their jobs and look after their families. If they have 8 children, they would be awarded a medal. They are also supposed to wear traditional peasant clothes and flag shoes, they were not allowed to dye their hairs or smoke.

Economic Control and Autarky [edit | edit source]

While not strictly an economic theory, Hitlerism included elements of state control over the economy to ensure it served the interests of the nation and the war effort. This involved policies aimed at achieving self-sufficiency ( Autarky) and the mobilization of resources for rearmament and military expansion.

Life of Adolf Hitler[edit | edit source]

Hitler was born on 20 April, 1889. He had 3 older brothers, though they all died before he was born. His father was an alcoholic, and this behavior had a significant impact on the household, contributing to a difficult and often abusive family environment. Hitler’s mother had tried to protect him but she was too scared of his father. Hitler beated his teachers up and got expelled from many schools.

When his father died, he had lived a good life with his mother. Sadly she died from breast cancer.

He dreamed of becoming an artist, so he joined in Academy of Art. But his master said that his painting isn’t good enough. He said that it lacked empathy and emotion

Quotes[edit | edit source]

Make the lie big, make it simple, keep saying it, and eventually they will believe it.
— A quote commonly attributed to Adolf Hitler

I wanted to paint, they rejected me. So I painted the entirety of Europe red.
Adolf Hitler (not)

I said I wanted a glass of juice, NOT TO GAS THE JEWS!
Adolf Hitler (not)

How do draw[edit | edit source]

Personal standard of Adolf Hitler
  1. Draw a ball.
  2. Fill the ball with red.
  3. Draw a white border inside and around the ball.
  4. Draw a thinner black border inside and around the white border.
  5. Draw a white circle in the middle of the ball.
  6. Draw a Nazi Swastika in the white circle.
  7. Draw a fancy circle in yellow around the white circle. Border the yellow with gold.
  8. Draw four eagles holding Nazi Swastikas around the circle.
  9. Add the eyes, Hitler’s cap and a toothbrush mustache. You’re! done.
Color Name HEX
Red #DD0000
Black #000000
White #FFFFFF
Yellow #FDE77B
Gold #843803

Gallery[edit | edit source]