Nazi propaganda By , Abigail and Jessica

The nazi propaganda reminded the Germans of the struggle against there foreign enemies. For example , they would make propaganda campaigns against the Jews. They created a tolerant violent atmosphere against the Jews. It encouraged violence against the Jews as well as accepting it. They used propaganda to increase there support and appeal. The German would spend huge amounts of money on newspaper , postor campaigns with slogans to encourage people to support the party. In conclusion propaganda was common during the holocaust and was a form aggression toward the Jews.

This piece of propaganda shows the people that supported Hitler's statement in making Germany great again.
This piece of propaganda shows the hatred toward the Jews and their religion by the nazis.
This piece of propaganda shows the respect and how thankful they were toward their leader , Hitler.

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