Where does Hitler’s Hate Come From?
WWII, was one of the worst events to happen in all of human history, Adolf Hitler was the reason for the counted death toll of six million jews. But, why? where was all of Hitler’s hatred coming from? And When did it start? A mysterious question that nobody couldn’t clearly answer, but from certain events in Adolf’s timeline, we can conclude that question in a variety of theories from historians and investigators far and wide. The Physician, with a dose of Vengeance? If Hitler got his hatred for a whole race, could’ve that happen from a encounter with a jewish person? Meet Dr.
Bloch. Dr. Bloch was a jewish physician who actually, took care of Adolf Hitler’s Mother, Klara Hitler.
Dr. Bloch really cared for Klara Hitler and her family, since she was diagnosed with breast cancer, Dr. Bloch took care of her for months. Dr. Bloch attempted to cure her with a experimental medication for a long time. but, the medication never cured her, but actually left her in excruciating pain. In the essay “”Why Did Adolf Hitler Hate the Jews?”” By David D. Green, it states… “”Certainly at the conscious level, Hitler did not hold Bloch responsible for his mother’s suffering. After her death, he actually wrote to Dr. Bloch thanking him for his devoted care. Three decades later, in post-Anschluss Austria in 1938, when Bloch wrote to the chancellor asking for help, Hitler arranged for him to be spared the harsh measures being taken against Jews until he could make arrangements to emigrate to the United States, where he died in 1945.”” so this means that Hitler could’ve hated the jews because of this. But logically it really wouldn’t make sense because of how he treated Dr. Bloch after her death. WWI, Was the reason to blame?
After WWI, Adolf Hitler changed his views on many things after the Germany’s lost in the war. The german soldiers didn’t want to accept failure, in the essay “”Why did Hitler hate the Jews?””, By Anne Frank House, it states… “”like many other German soldiers “ found it hard to accept the defeat of the German Empire. Many nationalists and conservatives believed that Germany had not lost the war on the battlefield but due to betrayal”” stating that, they belived that they were “”stabbed in the back”” by the communists, and the, of course. The jews, it states… “”by a ‘stab in the back’. Socialists, communists and particularly Jews were blamed, even though more than 100,000 German and Austrian Jews had served in the war and 12,000 had been killed”” this is very good evidence for a theory. For this is indeed very “”reasonable”” for a theory. So in conclusion, we can’t really see a full answer for any of his reasonings. But theres only so much we can learn about him and his past because of these theories.
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