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The Holocaust as a Testament to the Power of Persuasion

Summary: The Holocaust was merely one man seeking a horrible ideal; the redemption of his country and its ideals through the eradication of an entire group of people. But had it not been for the advanced techniques of persuasion employed by the Nazi regime, he would not have come as close as he did.
The Holocaust as a testament to the power of persuasion..

Through utilizing various techniques of persuasion, Hitler convinced a nation of ordinary people to assist in committing the greatest genocide that the world had ever seen. The Holocaust would not have been possible without the cooperation of the millions of men and women who kept Hitler's plan moving. These men and women were not all sadistic, or stupid, or crazy, they were merely Seems ridiculous that someone was able to convince people to do this, so going to look at how it was made possible.

Propaganda is commonly used in times of conflict as a tool of mass persuasion. Cultural context is key to any persuasion attempt. Cultural context can determine in which way people are most successfully persuaded; whether dual process, peripherally etc1.

Western Cultures are more persuaded by appeals to personal benefit and success of the...

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