Adolf Hitler's Criticism In Nation And Race By Meiin Kampf
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Adolf Hitler justified his hatred against the Jews in his book Mein Kampf (My Struggle) particularly in a chapter named “Nation and Race”. He was responsible for the massacre of millions of Jews. He swore to rid the world from Jews as he became the dictator of Germany. Thus, he ended up killing millions of Jews in his concentration camps which were spread across Europe. Furthermore he talks about the superiority of the Aryan race.
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In Nation and Race Hitler refers to Aryans as ‘pure blooded’. Furthermore, he categorises human race in three categories; as founders, maintainers and destroyers of culture. Among these three categories he refers the Aryans pertaining to the first category i.e. the founders of…show more content… To him it’s a fascination as this particular race has hardly changed in so many years and along with that he is surprised that they still exist. The Jews intellectual qualities according to Hitler are not inherent, according to him it’s the education that the foreigners provided is the result of the development of their intellect. They never possessed any culture which they could claim it as their own. Whatever culture they possess for the time being is not the culture of their own rather it has been developed by the surrounding civilisation that had touch with…show more content… Fascism refers to “a governmental system led by a dictator having complete power, forcibly suppressing opposition and criticism, regimenting all industry, commerce, etc., and emphasizing an aggressive nationalism and often racism” . This sort of ideology arose in Italy. It arose in the 1920s and the founder of this ideology was Benito Mussolini. This ideology was neither of ‘racist’ kind nor of ‘anti-Semitic (one who indulges in discrimination)’ kind. As per this ideology a Nation should have more of a communal spirit, Nation matters most as community, there’s also a strong emphasis on having a powerful military, existence of one political part was emphasised as it would be easy to establish a totalitarian regime and the most integral part of this ideology is the use or threat of violence on the people in order to rule upon them. Similar to this ideology is the ideology of Nazism but one must understand that there are certain differences which make both of these ideologies different from one