Hitler’s motivation for German expansion

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Hitler’s motivation for German expansion

Post  Alicia M. on Thu Apr 30, 2015 11:56 am

World War one was started by one man, Adolf Hitler, whom believed that Germans were part of an Aryan race that was superior to other races. He though Germany needed more land. In the 1920’s, Hitler indicated that the Nazis had to find long to the eats, which ended up being the Soviet Union. he though that Slavic people could be used for space labor to build an Aryan racial state, so they conquered them. Hitler was embolden because neither France nor Great Britain did something to stop them, even though after WWI, at the Treaty of Versailles, they limited German’y military power. Every country had its own stuff to do after such a disastrous War and they didn’t want to get involved in a war yet. Hitler saw an opportunity to expand its military troops and Germany’s army went from 100,000 to 500,000 troops. France, Great Britain, and Italy only condemned his actions and gave him a warning. They words were not enough to stop Hitler. on march 7th of 1936, he sent German troops to Rhineland violated the treaty, since it was a demilitarized area.
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Post  Joshua T on Mon May 04, 2015 3:12 pm

Hitler believed that Germans were superior to everyone else and they didn't deserve to be treated like they were. This was the motivation for his actions towards expansion.

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Post  Sarah Marti Roy on Tue May 05, 2015 12:26 am

Hitler was an evil man whom, unfortunately killed and murdered too many people. Students should be taught about Hitlers actions to hopefully prevent the past repeating itself.
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Post  Mira W. on Tue May 05, 2015 1:31 pm

Hitler redefined the word "evil," yet it hasn't been proved that he had an psychological issues. I wonder how a single man could contain so much hatred. At the same time, I do believe Germany had a right to be enraged and wish for revenge, seeing as they were coerced into accepted full blame for WWI. Great post, keep up the good work!
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Post  Romane D. on Wed May 06, 2015 11:21 pm

There are many stories about Hitler and his life. One thing that I know for sure is that he has caused more bad than good in the world. He was cruel and heartless. One of the main reasons why World War II began was because he was very upset about the Treaty of versailles, of how Germany was treated so unfairly. He wanted revenge but I really think that he was crazy because he has just done way to many things to hurt and incredible amount of people. Good topic Alicia!
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