Everyday inclusion and exclusion in Nazi society

How inclusion and exclusion was done by people in the Nazi society - and happens today?

Daniel Gaede and Leonie Wieser

Many wonder, how the National socialists were able to force people to fall in line (out of conviction or out of fear), greet others with "Heil Hitler" instead "Guten Morgen", and later denounce even neighbours or family members. This short learning activity makes use of drawings of a German cartoonist attempting to understand everyday life in Nazi Germany and to show how inclusion and exclusion became power tools in the hands of the Nazis. It shows the little actions of people resisting or conforming and adapting to an authoritarian system – of people living their lives perhaps at the expense of others.