otarafa: Manzaralar // Koray Kantarcıoğlu butarafa: ]\[/|
Hitler and Vegetarianism

cevap ver  alper   07/12/13

hitler vegetarian vejeteryan

Towards the end of his life Adolf Hitler followed a vegetarian diet. It is not clear when he adopted it, since accounts of his dietary habits prior to the Second World War indicate that he still consumed meat. By 1938, Hitler's public image as a vegetarian was already being fostered and from at least 1941 he self-identified as a vegetarian. Personal accounts from people who knew Hitler and were familiar with his diet indicate that he did not consume meat as part of his diet during this period. Some modern day analysis has theorized that Hitler's vegetarianism may been due to Richard Wagner's historical theories, or even a psychological reaction to his niece's death rather than a commitment to animal welfare, but these theories are contradicted by reports that he was often distressed by images of animal cruelty and suffering, as well as being an antivivisectionist.
Nazi leaders were noted for love of their pets and for certain animals, notably apex predators like the wolf and the lion. Hitler, a vegetarian and hater of hunting, adored dogs and spent some of his final hours in the company of Blondi, whom he would take for walks outside the bunker at some danger to himself. He had a particular enthusiasm for birds and most of all for wolves.


boşlukları doldurun

bunlara da göz atabilirsiniz:

otarafa: Manzaralar // Koray Kantarcıoğlu butarafa: ]\[/|

iletişim - şikayet - kullanıcı sözleşmesi - gizlilik şartları