While in prison, Hitler wrote a book called Mein Kampf (My Struggle). It mentions how the future of Nazism would be. Hitler's steps to power began by being a part of Germany's politics. He was influential in his speeches moved others and he gained more "followers". From 12 members of the Nazi party in 1928 to the astounding 288 seats in 1933 the Nazi party was growing fast. The 288 seats in 1933 at the Reichstag fire election at that point made them the largest party being represented. Hitler then steps up to take Hindenberg's place when he died a month later after the Night of the Long Knives. When this happens, the Nuremburg Laws were created, mainly referring to laws that the Jews had to follow. The concept of the Aryan race (mentioned in Mein Kampf) began to grow stronger and lead to the Holocaust. In my opinion, Hitler had so much power at the time, that no one was willing to go against him, which is why I feel that was how the Holocaust was "allowed" to happen.
The challenges that the Weimar Republic had to face within the first years of its existence were the Spartakist Uprising in 1919 and the Kapp Putsch in 1920. The Spartakist Uprising began with Kapp Putsch in 1920, the Freikorps were asked to disband. In the Treaty of Versailles, it mentions 100,000 men. This leads to the
Life is Beautiful or "La vita è bella" is a movie about a Jewish man Guido (played by Roberto Benigni) that falls in love with a teacher. He uses his humor for her to fall in love with him. They eventually get married and have a kid, named Joshua. However, the family is taken to a Nazi death camp. Because of this, Guido uses his humor to get his son through the camp. Guido tells his son that they are all playing one big game, and whoever wins gets a tank. Although this may have been a silly idea, I think Guido did this so his son wouldn't have to worry about what was going on around him. In the beginning of the movie, I didn't really understand what was going on, but when the film progressed, I got to understanding