In The New York Times essay, "Hitler Fought Way to Power Unique in Modern History," from (Hitler Fought Way to Power Unique in Modern History, 1945, p. 12), the author wrote about why Hitler wanted power and how he got it. He use propaganda and didn't pay attention to the treaty Germany had that they could not have a powerful army and could not invade other countries. Also the article explains how the army had to act the mission Hitler had in his mind to kill everyone that was not perfect in his way.
In Susan's's essay, "Hitler Youth," the author talks about the affect of ww2 on the youth.
When we consider the issue of Nazis, some might wonder how was the life for others.Susan Campbell Bartoletti book addresses this question because she talks about Hitler' Youth and the things they went through.
"We had to get Abnenpass,a stamped and signed official document that approved our racial heritage,"said Henry Metelmann.
This is basically saying that all German youth had to apply for Hitler Youth and if you were Jewish you could not join the group.
The topic I have chosen for my research has been psychology behind criminal behavior. This is interesting to me for several reasons. These reasons are what causes people to do certain things, how is someone capable of doing crimes especially against humanity, how can someone do something such as dehumanization, how does dehumanization work, and many more. I knew very little about my topic before my research. I knew that people are able to do things because they have their own psychological problems and because they do not have a conscience that makes them feel guilty.