Propaganda In The Nazi Regime The Nazi party used propaganda among its political tools. The tool was crucial for the acquisition of power as well as maintenance of the same. Additionally, it was essential and effective in the implantation of the policies of the members of the Nazi party. The Nazis were known for using persuasion as means of having their policies accepted. However, though the too was helpful, the use of the name propaganda gave it a negative connotation. How Propaganda was introduced Adolf Hitler, the leader of the Nazi, masterminded the use of propaganda. He claimed to have understood the essence and the use of propaganda in the political field. He also claimed to have studied propaganda value and the practices. By the use of propaganda, the Nazi would influence the feelings and the emotions of the nationals as well as influence the implementation of their ideas. He also claimed that the tool would be used in the investigation of the truth. In February 1925, there was the introduction of a newspaper by the party to promote the ideas. As long as the Nazi remained on the opposition side of the government, propaganda means were limited. The Nazi, had technology issues, including the inaccessibility to media. For the reason, they continued relying heavily on Hitler. The government at the time used the media to counter the growth of the Nazi. Hitler at the point decided to have someone being in charge of propaganda. Goebbels became the head. He previously worked as a journalist. During this time, public speaking in even meetings was done by just a few people. How effective was Propaganda? The Ministry of Propaganda was established being led by Goebbels. The aim of the ministry was to have and establish enemies especially those people who led the imposing of the Treaty of Versailles. It included other internal enemies especially the Jews and the Romans. German anti-Semitism was also introduced. The blaming of the Jews for issues such as theft and robbery was one way. They also insisted on issues including the Jews getting involved and masterminding Marxism and communism. The tool of propaganda was also effective in distinguishing opponents from supporters. All the opponents were concentrated in camps. In these camps, the first groups to get in were the communists. The Nazi were extremely on ideas against the communism in the region. They were determined to make supporters suffer in these camps.