The Nazi represented themselves to the voters as heroes who defended their own country. Comedies were used to show how the environment of the Nazi was well and how people were welcomed to join the party freely. The movement used scapegoats to try to redirect the interest of the people from the major issues; while they tortured the Jews, they were sending other false messages. The Nazis portrayed themselves as defenders of their religion and western culture.
During the reign of the Nazi, Adolf Hitler ensured that he used the media and technology to pass the propaganda message to all the citizens successfully. One example was the use of film. Films like The Triumph of the Will (1935) were used to exalt Hitler and the socialist movement that he promoted. Throughout this duration, the newspapers used cartoons with anti-Semitic messages to portray the Jews. Hitler made sure that people saw the Jews as non-human. The Nazi also published books that were filled with their beliefs. The media was monopolized by the Nazi reign.
In their campaigns, the Nazis utilized propaganda in which they instilled a sense of greatness in their potential followers, as well as the need to defend their homeland, or “Heimland” from the enemy. As an example, they termed outsiders as “terrorists” who posed a great threat to their nation, thereby sparking an emotional aggression towards other nations and communities. The propaganda spread across Germany that the intention of the Jewish people was to destroy the Germans. As a result, the Nazis were only trying to eliminate and control the Jews as a form of self-defense. Secondly, they used mass rallies to assert their strength as the only party capable of defending the citizens from the impending threats. Finally, their ruthless nature convinced the people that they meant what they said, and they were therefore reliable as leaders.
Women in the Russian Revolutionary movements
The men and the women in Russian wanted a new government that would treat all of them equally. The citizens needed economic democracy. All the genders wanted an end to the corruption and the domineering chain of command that had kept them in oppression for many years. They wanted all the people to have power in their country. The third goal was the right to use and own land and other important natural resources.
During the soviet rule, the women were not treated equally as compared to men in the community as well as in the family. The women wanted assistance provided for the poor girls in the society and obtain better treatment at home. The women desired to enjoy the same professional and learning prospect that the men enjoyed. In those days, women were paid a lower wage rate compared to men in similar positions. Lastly, the women desired an increase in wages.
Throughout the revolution, the Russian women experienced different problems. For example, the communist leader often carried banners with pictures of women in chains. Secondly, the institutions were mostly men-oriented. This means that women were not awarded equal opportunities. The third problem that the women faced was the amount of pay they received. This is because women were paid wages that were below the national average pay.
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 Merry Wiesner, E., Julius Ruff, and William Bruce Wheeler. Discovering the Western Past: A Look at the Evidence. ( Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co, 2007), 550.
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