This, in turn, created a Projection Bias, where people subconsciously assumed that all others shared similar values and positions as themselves, further reducing opposition to Nazi beliefs.
This vicious cycle effectively led to a totalitarian state where Nazi ideals reigned supreme with little to no opposition, and certainly no dissonance.
Eventually, tens culminate In creating a superiorly Blabs amongst the German people, a state where all responsibility for the success of Nazi Germany was claimed by the Germans and the blame for all failures was laid on the Jewish people.
The frequent association of the Jews with the Bolsheviks or the US only heightened a sense of Us. Them, and further alienated the Jewish population within the minds of the German populace.
Given the unfairness of the treaty of Versailles and the tumultuous economic times, along with the basis laid down in defining the "undesirables", the Nazi's propaganda machine found a surfeit of listening ears.
Their portrayal of the hard working "Aryan" German Emily, punished unfairly by the cost of reparations from World War l, succeeded in propagating the Ingrown Bias, the tendency for people to give preferential treatment to other people they perceive as being members of their own group.In comparison to their characterization of Hitler, the Nazi party's portrayal of the undesirables was considerably more explicit and blunt.Jews were either illustrated as either seedy, degenerate, ugly, masses associated with vermin, or they were portrayed as greedy, fat, and unpleasant elements who sided with the enemy.It is through this effective use of these propaganda techniques the Nazi party reared an alluring illusion of great patriotism that blinded the German people and effectively brought their ideals in line with Nazi's.Copyright ©1995-2018 by The Writing Lab & The OWL at Purdue and Purdue University. This material may not be published, reproduced, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without permission.In addition, posters often also sought to trigger the Bandwagon Effect, a bias where people tend to do or believe things that many other people do.By showing Hitler surrounded by legions of devoted followers, these types of posters placed a subliminal emphasis on conformity, and alluded to Hitter's dominant position among Germany's social and political circles.This will allow for clarity and direction throughout the essay.What is more, such conciseness creates an ease of readability for one’s audience.In examining the events leading up to the Holocaust and how such a crime of epic proportions could have occurred, it is important to analyze the role that Nazi propaganda played in bringing the German people's ideals in line with the Nazi party.Widespread and extremely effective, Nazi propaganda manipulated the entire German state by appealing to three basic biases: social and attribution bias, memory bias, and decision-making bias.