Read/review the following resources for this activity:
·Textbook: Chapter 5, 6
·Minimum of 1 scholarly source (in addition to the textbook)
Initial Post Instructions
For the initial post, select and respond to one of the following options:
·Option 1:Examine one or more major battles, including both the Axis and Alliesstrategies, the outcome of the battles, and the subsequent effects of the victory/defeat.Include an examination of the technologies that were crucial factors in the battle.
·Option 2: Examine the Nazi ideology in wiping out an entire ethnic group.
oHow could any modern and so-called advanced and evolved nation like Germanygo along so willingly with the mass murder of at least 11 million civilians?
oHow were the Germans able to construct the facilities they built for their “FinalSolution to the Jewish Question” so as to commit genocide on an industrial scale?
World War II
Even though Germany was viewed as the so-called advanced and evolved nation, its citizens constantly deliberated questions of authority, race and loyalty (Duiker, 2015). Also, though not many Germans were full-fledged Nazis, most of them were attracted to the ideology of the regime because the Nazi Party had promised to end the economic and political instability and unrest in the nation. After World War I, people in Germany had lost faith in democracy and due to the anger and uncertainty, they had a rough idea of the Holocaust and endorsed it (Duiker, 2015). Most Germans believed that the Nazi ideas would fix their problems and restore the nation’s greatness and power; thus, they were likely to go along with the Nazi’s ideology.
Moreover, as violence, abuse, anti-Semitic policies, and the instigation of World War I escalated, the Nazi regime led by Hitler formally agreed that mass murder was the ultimate goal. As a result, the leaders in this regime decreed at the Wannsee Conference in 19 42 that they aimed to destroy all Jews in occupied Europe (Calcaterra, 2022) …………for help with this assignment contact us via email Address: email@example.com