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Top 10 good things the Nazi did

Understandably, the usenet is full of contents, reporting the Nazi regime as an ‘evil state’ in surroundings of negativity. But look behind the curtains and you’ll discover that things are amazingly different on the other side. After realizing the actual facts, you will certainly salute their engineers with an imagination that if they had won the war, how far they would have gotten. This page describes that the good of a man shines eternally, doesn’t matter how evil he is.

10. Welfare Programs:

In the best passage of Government largess, the regime of Nazi fostered a purified liberal concept to enhance the living standard of German citizens. In order to stimulate the spirit of integrity, comradeship and happiness, Adolf Hitler fanned numerous programs and instituted strict rules for officials to carry them in eternal way. German folks were bestowed by vacation trips, employment programs, public-health campaign and other unprecedented beneficial services to reform their lives.

9. Strong family values:

Maintaining the traditional family value was the principle doctrine of Nazis because they think that there was something special in children, in family and in the togetherness. No doubt, Hitler was a complex figure but for a common civilian, he was master in fixing the family to its true place. He was widely admired for his high-record-for-mother attitude. Poor families were helped by financial incentives whereas family allowances, marriage loans and child subsidies were provided equally to each and every segment of society.

8. Low crime rate:

In an attempt to make Nazi Germany a dream world like Disneyland, Adolf Hitler adopted all means to keep away social misfits and criminal elements from his land. In order to encourage a peaceful lifestyle, Hitler banned general strikes on the city streets. By all accounts of historians, during the Nazi period, it was safe to walk on streets at night and people were far away from the apprehension of any kind of burglary. Offenders of peace were sent to concentration camps and were punished to extent.

7. Preservation of animals:

Leaders of Nazi Party were patrons of animal protection and that’s why they adopted standardized parameters to ensure the security of animals in their regime. Mishandling an animal was considered as a heinous crime and if someone was discovered treating them like a pulseless property, then he/she was straightforwardly sent to concentration camps. Hitler, himself, was a great admirer of animals and was widely popular for his fascinating relationship with Blondi, his German Shepherd dog.

6. Autobahn:

The idea of highway system was given by the Nazi and till the date they are admired for dispersing the network of roads to get you somewhere faster without a speed limit. Right after the Nazi takeover of 1933, Hitler bosomed the idea of interstate highway system with sophisticated engineering. This ambitious project was the best tool to eradicate unemployment and to cater mobility for the motion of motorized land forces. Using state-of-the-art technology, the highways were made without a single pothole with free resistance surfaces and gentle curves.

5. V-2 Rocket:

Better known as the A-4, V-2 is credited for being the first non-human-piloted artifact as well as the world‘s first long range combat-ballistic missile. This rocket comprised a number of key technological innovations, still used in the space programs of the United States and the Soviet Union. Hitler named it “Vengeance Weapon 2″ because it was conceptualized to wipe out a city-size target with its accumulate guidance and transmission system.

4. Anti-tobacco mission:

The modern day anti-smoking campaigns were fanned by the Nazi Germany. Hitler was a firm believer of bodily purity and conceives that a German folk can’t destroy his body with drugs because he is responsible for the destiny of his nation. During Nazi governance, smoking was banned in public places, tobacco tax was raised to extent, medical lectures were organized for soldiers and health education was promoted for the restoration of better lifestyle.

3. Improved economy:

Before the leadership of Hitler, German economy looked dispirited due to the draconic conditions of Treaty of Versailles and prewar industrialism. Despite the Great Depression, Hitler declined the interest rates and formulated some of the craziest ideas to increase employment by fortifying the infrastructure development. Entrepreneurship was widely valued in Nazi regime and industries were benefited by the economic policies. In return, business leaders affirmed the economic strategies of the Nazi government.

2. Music promotion:

In an attempt to synchronize the culture on musical platform, Reichmusikkammer (State Music Institute) was founded in 1933, just after the Nazi came into power. This institute was formulated to promote the legendary work of masterminded composers – Beethoven, Mozart, Brahms, Wagner etc. In order to preserve the rich cultural heritage of ancient Germany, the Nazi government promoted youngsters to adopt music as a career. It is a matter of fact that jazz, swing and sexually suggestive type of musics were banned.

1.Volkswagen:

If you love the appealing look of Volkswagen cars, thank Hitler. It was 1934, when Hitler thought about making  a family car which can carry at least two adults and three children with maximum speed of 100km/h. To ensure the accomplishment of this immediate task, Hitler started working hand in hand with his top-notch officials and eventually launched his dream project, powered by an engine of 25 horsepower. Initially, Volkswagen was known as “KdF Wagen” (KdF is abbreviation for Kraft durch Freude – Strength through Joy).

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