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Eleanor H. Ayer
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Belief in Hitler

Why were the German people so willing to believe in Adolf Hitler during his rise to power? What was going on in Germany in the 1930s that allowed Hitler to be accepted by the country? Was Hitler honest and up front about his true objectives for his strategies? Explain.

Responsibility

The German children were essentially brainwashed into believing the points taught by the Nazis as soon as they entered school. Take Alfons, for example, who idolized Hitler and knew that he would for the rest of his life. Later in his life, Alfons learns the gravity of not only Hitler's impact on the families affected by the genocide but also on the German children. Do you think Alfons felt the impact of what he learned as a child? Did he regret it in his later life? Was he sad? Did he feel guilty? Can...

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