'The most important reason why there was little opposition in Germany towards the Nazi regime was its use of propaganda' Explain how far you agree with this statement?
Hitler's use of propaganda was very effective. It was in important factor to why there was little or no position in Nazi Germany from 1933-45; however it wasn't the only reason. Propaganda was a very powerful tool; Hitler used it to indoctrinate the German people with his Nazi ideology. Propaganda was everywhere; in the newspapers, schools, speeches and basically the whole media. If they didn't follow the propaganda they were punished and were brainwashed to believe that Hitler and the Nazis were right. In my essay I will discuss how far propaganda was the main cause of little opposition and discuss the alternative methods the Nazi party used to stop oppositions from rising.
Hitler indoctrinated everyone, even his party members. Complete control meant that Hitler could move forward with his plan for greater Germany.
Hitler with the help of President Hindenburg, chief of propaganda they used propaganda to brainwash the people of Germany with Hitler's beliefs. There were constant rallies, speeches, parades and political gatherings, which promoted the Nazi party. The swastika was a huge influence as it stood for what the Nazis were.
Hitler mainly used two ways to control them one was using propaganda and the other is using force
Controlling main opposition
Mostly by propaganda
The first target area that Hitler targeted his opposition was socially. Hitler aimed the propaganda at the public. Hitler encouraged people into the regime; he did this by creating a new Germany. He helped people afford the new Volkswagen Beetle the new craze, by lowering the price. From then it became a lot more accessible for the public. Hitler encouraged the youth into...