Failures of Hitler’s Domestic policy

////Failures of Hitler’s Domestic policy

Failures of Hitler’s Domestic policy

The entrance to Auschwitz where Hitler had Jews exterminated and incarcerated. Image credit history.com

ZIMSEC O Level History Notes: Dictatorship in Europe: Dictatorship in Germany: Failure of the policy

  • Hitler’s ambitious projects depressed the country’s budget and Germany came to bankruptcy state again
  • Employment was create through evil means such as the recruitment of youths into concentration camps to kill and torture Jews
  • The Nuremburg laws lad to the rise of racial segregation as minority groups were alienated, tortured or even killed in Germany
  • Hitler’s hatred of foreigners led to the massacring of many Jews
  • Nazi employment policies did not recognize women as potential employees and this led to sacking of about 800 000 women from the workforce
  • There was also the loss of political freedom even if they enjoyed benefits
  • Hitler became a despot and all the political, economy and social powers were concentrated in his hands
  • Working conditions became very poor and wages were very low
  • Trade unions were banned therefore this led to oppression of workers as they could not petition
  • Living conditions for most Germans were very poor and low
  • Self-sufficiency in terms of food provision meant that Germany had to exploit the land of its neighbours
  • Success was to be guaranteed by war and this led to the second world war
  • Hitler’s ambitious projects depressed the country’s budget and Germany came to bankruptcy state again
  • Employment was create through evil means such as the recruitment of youths into concentration camps to kill and torture Jews
  • The Nuremburg laws lad to the rise of racial segregation as minority groups were alienated, tortured or even killed in Germany
  • Hitler’s hatred of foreigners led to the massacring of many Jews
  • Nazi employment policies did not recognize women as potential employees and this led to sacking of about 800 000 women from the workforce
  • There was also the loss of political freedom even if they enjoyed benefits
  • Hitler became a despot and all the political, economy and social powers were concentrated in his hands
  • Working conditions became very poor and wages were very low
  • Trade unions were banned therefore this led to oppression of workers as they could not petition
  • Living conditions for most Germans were very poor and low
  • Self-sufficiency in terms of food provision meant that Germany had to exploit the land of its neighbours
  • Success was to be guaranteed by war and this led to the second world war

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