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Joseph Goebbels

German Nazi politician
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Net worth 2018: $12 Million
Industry: Presidents
Residence: Rheydt
Country: German
BirthDay: 29 October 1897
Sigh: Scorpio
Died On: May 1, 1945
Education: University of Bonn, University of Würzburg, University of Freiburg, University of Heidelberg

Joseph Goebbels was bornon 29 October 1897 in Rheydt, German, is German Nazi politician. Paul Joseph Goebbels was a German politician and Minister for Public Enlightenment and Propaganda during Hitler’s rule over Germany. He played a crucial role in promoting Nazi Party’s philosophy and ideology of Hitler. Raised in a family with strict Catholic background, he could not serve in the military during the World War I on account of his physical deformity. As the district leader of the Nazi Party, he founded a weekly newspaper titled “The Attack”. Being the maker of Fuhrer myth, he employed this paper to convey Nazi Party’s message to German people. As part of his extensive media campaign for World War II, he utilized radio, films, parades and processions to propagate his message on Nazi Party. As the director of the Reich Chamber of Culture, he had total control over the cultural life of Germany. Due to the activities of this organization, a number of Jewish creative artists lost their occupation. The Nazi Party used to consider modern art as immoral and took measures to seize this art form. Being a skilled propagandist, his effective application of Reich Press Law caused removal of a number of Jewish as well as non-Nazi editors of newspapers and magazines in Germany. After realising Germany’s defeat in the War, he committed suicide.


After Hitler’s suicide on April 30, 1945, he became the Chancellor of Germany


In August 1944, he urged the Germans to support Germany’s war effort


By organizing ‘The Soviet Paradise’, a Nazi propaganda exhibition in 1942, he tried to expose the dishonesty of Jewish Bolsheviks


The release of ‘The Eternal Jew’, a propaganda film of Nazi Party in 1940, was his initiative to provoke hatred against Jewish groups


In 1939, when the World War II started, he took the responsibility to inspire German people to support the war


In September 1933, he worked as the director of the Reich Chamber of Culture


In 1926, he served as Nazi Party’s district leader in Berlin


In the later part of 1924, he joined the Nazi Party


on Wilhelm von Schutz, a romantic dramatist, from Heidelburg University in 1921


From June to October 1917, he worked as an office soldier in Rheydt’s Patriotic Help Unit


He attended Christian Gymnasium from where he completed his university entrance examination in 1916

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