Adolf Hitler Essay | Adolf Hitler and the Nazis Compared to the Inner Party From 1984

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Adolf Hitler and the Nazis Compared to the Inner Party From 1984

Summary: It compares Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party and Big Brother and the Inner Party from 1984.
In political speeches, advertising, and media, propaganda has long been an effective tool for shaping people's thoughts and behavior. George Orwell, through his futuristic novel 1984, criticizes totalitarian governments which seek to twist reality through means of propaganda. Through Big Brother and the Inner Party, Orwell criticizes the Nazi regime of the `30s and `40s and its leader Adolf Hitler. Orwell, before writing his novel, was heavily influenced by the need to conform to his surrounding community in the countries of Spain and Italy because of the Second World War and the heavy propaganda that went around. George Orwell was also a ware of the major use of German propaganda through the 1930s and early 1940s in Italy. Orwell uses his novel to criticize Hitler's use of propaganda and the measures which he took to control the middle and lower...

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