Were there any people that were trying to warn the German people of the Dangers of the Nazi Government?

You never heard about them. What were done with those people? Locked in concentration camps?

Asked By: Mr. Smartypants™ - 11/1/2007
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Just like what Stalin did with his opposition, the new to power NAZI ruling party eliminated any vocal opposition. Yes there were Germans who did not agree with the NAZI's, but it was "bad for your health" to make your views public during their rule. Those that tried to enlighten in the papers with another point-of-... More
Answered By: handlebarknocker - 11/1/2007
Additional Answers (15)
i dont think so because the rest of the western powers were allowing hitler to run around and do his evil deeds....
Answered By: Michka - 11/1/2007
The Nazi's imprisoned a lot of political dissidents/opponents in concentration camps. I'm sure many of them were killed as well as the millions of others.
Answered By: Money - 11/1/2007
its a little late for that question.
Answered By: Robert M - 11/1/2007
yea they were locked in the concentration camps by hitler, he was very cruel, well his rubbish work was 1 sign that the nazis were going to be in trouble!
Answered By: hey - 11/1/2007
Yes, for example Graf Schenk von Stauffenberg. He fought against the NS-Regime and he wanted to kill Hitler with a bomb. But at the time when the bomb exploded, Hitler went to the toilet, the bomb failed. A few time later, Stauffenberg were shot by the SS.
Answered By: User aus G-Village - 11/1/2007
Many Lutherans from Nothern regions help smuggle Jews out of the country. Becuase most Lutheran are blond hair, blue eyed we are now being attacked as Nazis. WE HELPED THE JEWS escape unharmed from Nazi Germany and we are now being penalized and attacked by the children and grandchildren of the people whos butts we... More
Answered By: richard Pfeifer - 11/1/2007
Their were, the vocal ones at the start were, as you mentioned, locked away. About 6 million non-Jews locked away in concentration camps, most of them executed. This happened early in the Nazi rise to power. After that, most dissenters fled or kept quiet. Even those who fled to places like the US kept quiet, they... More
Answered By: Pfo - 11/1/2007
Yeh, those damned "bleeding hearts liberals" i guess.
Answered By: Al-Maghrebi - 11/1/2007
Yes the people were warning other people { civilians } . People seriously need to study history because before Hitler got power , he had to destroy the Constitution { yes Germany had a Constitution which was alot similar to our own } they had the same thoughts as we do currently , that there country was going to turn... More
Answered By: fateridder - 11/1/2007
Yes there were. They generally wound up in the "other" section in concentration camps.
Answered By: acmeraven - 11/1/2007
Many influential Nazis claimed after the fact to have been appalled at Hitler's atrocities. On the whole they didn't, or couldn't, do much to stop it, however. The philosopher Martin Heidegger denounced Nazism as soon as the war was lost; but we can see from his letters and orations that he indeed did hate the Jews... More
Answered By: g_doak - 11/1/2007
The Communist Party
Answered By: Tim D - 11/1/2007
Many Germans opposed Hitler. They were treated as enemies by the majority, who wanted a resumption of the Great War. Dissidents were considered bad Germans the same way many treat anti Iraq protesters as bad Americans... More
Answered By: david l - 11/1/2007
Plenty. They were mostly communists and social democrats. The Nazis murdered them
Answered By: brainstorm - 11/1/2007
Yeah good point. You always hear of the people that either kept quiet about the fascist regime but you never hear about the ones that spoke out!
Answered By: pimf - 11/1/2007
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