Did hitler target red heads?
As long as they were not jewish, I don't think he did.
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%REPLIES%\n. \n. \n Answer \n. \nTry this link. Earlier question and answer along the same line. \n. \n http://www.faqfarm.com/History/WWII/11889 \n. \n Answer \n…. \nThere is no clear answer to this question. If you examine Hitler's policies you will discover that he did not have much, if any, original thoughts. He simply chose thinking that had been done previously and put them all togeter in his Nazi philosophy.\n. \nBoth Poland and Russia were persecuting the Jews before Hitler was born. Anti Jewish feeling existed in nearly every nation, including America. The degree of discrimination varied, but the dislike was not uncommon.\n. \nSome influences that MAY have influenced Hitler were ...\n. \n1. The Great War (WW I) for Germany started falling apart when the German sailors refused to make a suicide voyage against the British. This mutiny involved both Jews and Communists.\n. \n2. Hitler was anti-Communist, a type of government invented by a Jew - Karl Marx.\n. \n3. The German government that surrendered to the Allies (the Weimar Republic) had Jews in its leadership at times.\n. \n4. When a child falls off a bike it is not uncommon to see them kicking the bike, as if it was the bike's fault they had an accident. Likewise it was convient for the Germans to kick the Jews and blame them for Germany's defeat and surrender.\n. \n5. The Christian religions blamed the death of Christ on the Jews. One can see in the Bible the statement that the Jews demanded the death of Jesus, and said, "let it be upon our heads and that of our children." This became an excuse to abuse the Jews for more than a thousand years. It was not until the 1960's (I think) that the Catholic Church stated that the Jews were NOT to blame for the death of Jesus. (Their statement was based on the idea that Christ died for the sins of ALL PEOPLE, therefore ALL those that sin are equally a cause of the death of Christ!\n. \n6. Hitler not only objected to the Jews, but also to Christanity as well. While the belt buckles of the Wehrmacht had the words: "God is with us" written on them. Hitler's god was not the same as we think of. He was going back, in his thinking to the time of the Vikings, and the pre-Christian Germans. To the ancient gods of the Germanic people.\nHe tollerated the Christians only because he was not powerful enough to oppose them. But if one investigates the thinking of the SS troops they will find no Christian thinking, but only those of the ancient times.\n. \nWell that is a little. It is a long and complicated subject.\n. \nI hope this helps,\nJohn\n. \n Answer \n. \nhitler was probably very jealous of the jews. While he was homeless it was the jews who helped him.in fact hilter even had jewish -don't laugh- friends.besides at that time a lot of people persecuted the jews.i just dont know the exact reason why he went againt the people who helped him.or why he killed so many.\n. \n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nHitler first of all was a mentally sick demon, wither nobody knows it or not.\nHe had a schizophrenia. That is a mental illness in wich you have anxiety problems and your mind can't function right. He also had a grandmother who was a jew. I think his self hatred drove him crazy. He had the power so he took advantage. He was a sick digusting demon. I'm 12 yrs. old and I realize this.
Answer 1 Hitler was racist towards Jews and other minorities. He focused theresentment of the German people toward those of different cultures,in order to achieve power. Some… of the more important reasons thathe hated them were the following: 1) Decay of the German State: During the 1800s,Jews and other minorities began to become more integrated in GermanNational Life. They served in its government, its militarydivisions, and its industry. As was typical of Western Europe, theJews had more of a hand in the higher echelons of government thantheir population percentage would account for. Hitler saw thisincreasing Jewish percentage in the government as a slow takeoverof German policy and a corruption of the German people. Theycontrasted the great victories under Bismarck with the depressingfailure of World War I and noted how a much larger percentage ofsoldiers in the latter war were Jewish. There was also thesentiment than in the early 20th century, values were beginning toebb (this is similar to current politics in the United States) andthe Jewish integration in the German apparatus (becoming teachers,lawyers, doctors, etc.) was to blame for this recession of valuesas opposed to modernity as a process. 2) Nationalism: Germany was brought together underthe Nationalist conception that all peoples with German culture,history, and language should be united regardless of whichprincipality currently held control. The German self-conceptionalso had an ethnic component, holding that the perfect German wasblond and blue eyed. Regardless of the fact that the majority ofGermans were dark haired, Jews and Gypsies stuck out like sorethumbs because they overwhelmingly had darker hair. In addition,the idea of a German Jew was still rather new and both Jews andnon-Jews tended to see the Jews in Germany as being part of a vastJewish network and that these Jews just happened to be in Germany.The same perception existed for Gypsies, Jehovah's Witnesses, andCommunists. Hitler capitalized on this cosmopolitan sensibility byclaiming that these people's allegiances were not to the GermanState, but to secret councils made up of these minorities thatconspired against the German people. 3) Economy: Whether it was true or not, there wasperception among Germans and Hitler in particular that Jews werewealthy individuals and had a higher per-capita income than theGermans. In many ways (because of the above two reasons) Germansfelt that the Jews were "stealing" their money while they were poorand suffering. 4) Pseudo-Science: The late 19th and early 20thcentury was filled with radical new ideas concerning SocialDarwinism, a movement that Hitler was a part of. It was believed bythe Pseudo-Scientific community (which was rather in vogue) thatdifferent groups of people or races exhibited different emotionaltraits that were linked to physical differences. This led to thebelief that Jews and Gypsies were corrupt and thieving by theirirreversible nature and that they could not be "cured" and broughtup as proper Europeans. This formalized Racism in Germany and madethe situation much more dire for German minorities. 5) Heresy: Although not as much an issue in WorldWar II as it may have been 500 years prior, Jews were stillconsidered the heretics who murdered the LORD and Savior. Thishelped to justify Anti-Semitism as the Jewish comeuppance for theiraccepting of the Christ Bloodguilt. because they didn't believe in his culture Answer 2 Hitler targeted the Jews because he blamed them for losing Germanyworld war 1 because during that time Hitler was just a foot soliderbut clearly he loved Germany and hated the Jews Answer 3 Jews were a convenient target because they had already beenpersecuted in Europe for a thousand years, and there was a wellestablished tradition of hating Jews. When Hitler announced thatall of German's problems had been caused by Jews, there were lotsof people who found that lie very easy to believe. Answer 4 He blamed everything on the Jews. He thought that they were unpure.He had thought that the perfect race had blue eyes and blonde hair.No one was pure. Answer 5 Adolf Hitler was serving in a strict military when he was young,and to them surrender was the worst embarrassment. Anyway, in theend the German army Hitler was serving for asked a high end Jewishsociety for funds to help them keep fighting, since they were flatbroke, but the Jewish society refused, because they thought Hitlersarmy had no chance to win. Therefore, with no funds, the German army was forced to surrender,the worse embarrassment. When the war ended, Hitler was furious with the Jews for not givingthem money, and forcing the army to surrender. With this fury against the mainly innocent religion and people,Hitler set out for revenge, and the rest is History. Because, Adolf Hitler had a lot of hatred against the Jews. Answer 6 After World War 1 there were all kinds of conspiracy theoriescirculating about the Jews. They were widely regarded as Communistsand subversives. In Germany and Austria there was a widespread view(for which there was no evidence) that they had engineered thedefeat of Germany. This was also a conspiracy theory but was takenseriously by hardline nationalists.because they didn't believe in his culture
Cause it oppened up a passage to attack the surrounding countries
At the time there were very few coloured people in Europe.
yes he did
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Two ethnic groups were targeted from total extinction: . The Jews . The gypsies (Romanies/Sinti) . Please see the related question, too.
Hitler really had a strong disgust against black people because they were not "Aryans" . They were much more darker than the whites and did not fit the master race which was …people that were white, blond haired, blue eyed and fairly tall. African Americans did not fit this at all in his perspective and many blacks did not live in Europe in the parts Hitler controlled. Anymore questions about the Holocaust? Contact me! User-name: Tasnim175 E-mail: email@example.com
because he had to, he had to target everyone or he would not get elected.
German people and Aryan people who's german
there were different specifics for each group, but in general terms; it was because he did not want them in German society.
Hitlers targets where; . communists. . socialists . trade unionists . catholics . Jews . Homosexuals
Hitler was a target for assassination mainly because he was in a position of power in Germany and because of his extreme policies which a lot of people did not agree with. The…refore, many disagreed with him and believed that he was destroying Germany and therefore they wanted to kill him.
If you mean why did Hitler target children for extermination: Hitler's goal was to exterminate the entire Jewish race. At concentration camps, prisoners were used as forced l…abors. Since children were smaller, weaker, and not as productive, Hitler had no use for them. If you mean why did Hitler target German children with propaganda: Hitler bombarded young German children with Nazi and anti-Jew propaganda to teach them at an early age to hate the Jewish people.