The Wave

ben ross emphasises discipline in his classroom, demands obedience from his students, and trains them to react without thought. how might this help his student to better understand the nazis' actions? in chapter 5


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Many students wondered why much of the German population followed the fascist ideas of Hitler and the Nazis. The students learn just how easy it is to conform when everyone seems to be doing the same thing. Mr. Ross offers structure and a common purpose to the class. They feel a sense of identity that, being teenagers, they might not have felt before.