Hitler was very aware and cognizant of everything he said and everything he did. He was an incredible orator, able to motivate tens of thousands of people with his passionate beliefs about the greatness of the German people. He was well aware of how effective he was in galvanizing support for his atrocities and planned elaborate systems for maintaining the bureaucracy that drove it. He also spent a lot of time and effort in developing the ideology that would drive this hatred. Hitler was not a machine, but a man and a very passionate one who freely chose to commit one of the greatest atrocities in history.
When Hitler became ruler of Germany he wanted all Jews to suffer and along with that he took many lives away from other religions as well with the bad illness and no cure or starvation but wen Jews were captured they were sent away to Concentration camps
so he affected families with losing family members and he affected peoples lives in very harmful ways
I don't think the question has a valid answer. During the 1930s the German military, all branches, developed a highly trained and very talented officer corps. During the early campaigns of the war Hitler let the generals and admirals exercise their command authority. They planned and executed the campaigns and just reported to him how things were going. They were, of course, very successful. As the war went on though Hitler eventually assumed personal command of the fighting forces and insisted on making every tactical, strategic and logistic decision himself. Sometimes he was even personally directing individual platoons on the eastern front. Even if Hitler had been a competent military commander, which he was not, this was far too great a task for one man to perform. As time went on the officers, even the senior generals, were reduced to being little more than messenger boys, conveying the leader's commands to their troops. Naturally in such a role they were utterly useless. Michael Montagne I would agree with previous poster to a point, over all I would think his most useful suborinate from day one was was Jospeh Gobbels. The propganda minister kept the German ideal and message in fron of the entire world until the last days of Berling when he and his family commited sucide in the bunker juts after Hitler and Eva Braum did.Other such as Martin Borman played there part but at best it was a shadowey past diffcult to track and was stated their influnece paled over the years. Admiral Donitz was Hitler's personal pick to take ovver as leader when he ( Hitler) was gone.That in it's self shows a certain amount of power still remaining in Hitler's good will. Most useful? All of them who died. Every last one of them who died for Germany and the West in the snow, dirt, in a bunker or panzer, in the air or at sea as a volunteer in a U-boat or other vessel. Every officer who committed suicide upon hearing of the unconditional surrender in 1945. General Model and many others like him. Among the few survivors we can look to the most decorated for action in combat: Men such as SS leader Sepp Dietrich, ace pilot Rudel, special operations leader Skorzeny, Field Marshal Kesselring ... these are about as "useful" as a military subordinate could ever get! Let's not forget the highly talented Dr. Ley and the civilian counterparts who achieved an incredible armaments production record, even late into 1944! Making the logistics system work is extremely "useful" in a subordinate! It would be much easier to compile a huge list (in any nation) of those who were just not that "useful" in their subordinate role ... or loyal, for that matter, or committed to self-sacrifice on behalf of others.
Prev answer: his impact on the war was very hard expesualy for the Jews and homesexuals colored and ect. because he killed most of the Jews homosexuals and ect. because he thought that they were the reason that many gearmans werent making enough money because Jews owned most of the shops
My answer: Adolf Hitler mainy affected these three aspects of Germany, economic, social and political.
Firstly, politically speaking, he destroyed democracy in Germany.
The Reichstag Fire in 27 February 1933 acted as a turning point for Hitler to gain the most advantage of destroying democracy. The Nazis blamed the communists for setting fire to the parliament house and uses this as an excuse that communists only wanted to spark a violent revolution and only wanted to cause trouble.
Furthermore, Adolf Hitler managed to win two thirds of the Reichstag majority, this enabled Hitler to further strengthen his control with the Enabling Act. The enabling act gives him unlimited dictatorial powers that does not need to be overseen by the constitution, Reichstag and the president. This power of dictatorship given to Hitler will last for four years. By doing so, Hitler made full use of his powers with three given examples. April 1933, New laws were passed to replace all members of other political parties with the Nazis. May 1933, All trade unions were banned and reorganised into the German Labour Front or DAF groups. This also ensured that Hitler was able to keep the support of the workers and at the same time, remove his political enemies. July 1933, all other political parties in Germany was banned., instead, Germany became a country ruled by one political party.
In addition, threats to Hitler from WITHIN the party was removed. Adolf Hitler became suspicious of his old friend, Ernst Rohm's 4-million strong army. Ernst Rohm was the appointed leader of the SA (Storm Troopers) and he wanted large films to be nationalised. These orders worried the Generals in the Army and the industrialists. Hitler became growingly wary of what could be a potentially serious rival that could oppose him. Thus, Hitler used Ernst's actions as an excuse to arrest the leaders of the SA. He also had Ernst Rohm and many other political leaders executed even though they had no connection with the SA. Hitler cleverly planned the mass execution of up to 200 people, which was called, "Night of Long Knives".
Secondly, in the social aspects of Germany, German people had little freedom.
Emergency laws were used to arrest anyone suspected of being against the government. The suspects need not be brought to the court of law, even if they did, the courts are being monitored by Nazis. Hence, it became extremely unfair and unjust.
Hitler spread fear among the people by assigning the SS and the Gestapo to arrest anyone opposing the Nazi Party or Hitler.
Informers also struck fear in the daily lives of the German citizens.
Quarter Wardens were assigned to gather information and check on anyone suspected of having independent thinking and showing signs like not waving the Nazi flag on important occasions.
Also, between 1933 to 1939, over 200 000 Germans who were anti government were sent to concentration camps. These Germans suffered a lot during their stay in these camps.
In addition, only pro Nazi cultural activities were allowed. Events such as exhibitions, musical performances, films were targeted at brainwashing the minds of the Germans to think like the Nazis. Other developments of cultural activities were not allowed.
Propaganda was widely used as a form of gaining the people's support for Hitler. An example is the form of cheap radios. Radio loudspeakers were installed in public areas. This allowed everyone to listen to Hitler, when he's giving a speech. The Nazis controlled all forms of media and there was very strict removal of parts of books, magazines, works of art, films, music and radio broadcast. Any form of media coverage, newspapers, publications etc, that were not approved by the Ministry of Propaganda would be removed.
The Nazis also organised parades and rallies that greatly appealed to the German citizens as these events gave an impression of power, strength and unity.
Nazis also aimed at brainwashing the minds of youths into growing up to think positively of the Nazis. Nazi Youth organisations were set up for children of different sexes and age. Boy mainly has to go through physical training which involves a lot of military work. While girls are taught on how to take care of babies and give birth to pure Aryan German children.
Education system was controlled by the Nazis. The main objective of education was to teach Nazi ideas and to instill loyalty to Nazism in young Germans.
Women were given limited responsibilities. Many women with high ranking positions in jobs were forced to quit or were sacked. They were encouraged to only be concerned about producing healthy, racially pure German babies.
Jews were treated cruelly. On 9-10 November 1938 (Crystal Night of Broken Glass), more than 90 Jews were killed, and around 30, 000 were arrested and placed in concentration camps. After that night, the Jews were forced to pay one billion marks for the destruction they caused. The Nazis also systematically exterminated more than 6 millions Jews in Europe.
Christian churches were controlled by the Nazis. This was to reduce influence the church had over the people. This was achieved by closing down Catholic youth groups and church schools.
Lastly, the economical impact Hitler had on Germany.
Working conditions partly improved, workers had extra wages and their lives were also improved with the introduction of the DAF which gave them cheap holidays, cruises and sporting activities.
Hitler created new job opportunities by implementing vast, new government projects which required the assistance of many workers. Statistically, the number of unemployment fell from 6 million to 2.5 million, when Hitler came into power.
Big businesses benefited, however Germany did not become self sufficient, as indicated in the Nazi's Four Year Economic plan to achieve autarky for Germany. However, Germany was spending more money abroad than earning money for itself. Thus, the German economy did not improve.
most of the rulers want power. By killing innocents, they produce fear and hence power and control.
Hitler's new order is also known as Nazism. It was a political order that Germany wanted to impose on areas that were conquered.