The Treaty of Versailles is one of the main reasons Hitler rose to power. It saw Germany face territorial losses, reparations of the damaged, which were caused by the war, and is known to be the blame for starting World War I. It provided a rich material for Hitler to use to gain support of the people.
Everyone has heard of Adolf Hitler and how he tried to conquer Europe. He attempted doing it at the right time when everyone thought that Germany was going to lose everything, because, the national debt and inflation was so high. Germany was so desperate for anyone to help them that Adolf Hitler saw a chance to step up and be in charge of everything. Hitler was very good at acting like he really cared about his people. He claimed to the German people that he would help with unemployment, help businesses, success to the failed businesses, and to expand their army to make them more powerful.
Hitler was explaining to the people of Germany the actions he took and justifications of his actions towards abolition of the Treaty of Versailles. The speech showed that Hitler, the leader of Germany, had planned to abolish the Treaty of Versailles which weakened Germany immensely. To bring prosperity to Germany again, Hitler decided to reverse everything the treaty had done to Germany. The speech by Hitler showed his pride and there was hint of him rejoicing in his own achievement that he did not just pay lips service, but delivered what he promised the people.
Causes of German Fascism? Fascism is refers to a part of [ ]people for benefits, as a group and use various kinds of social contradictions and people 's desire to expand the group that reached a control state, law and military purpose. The social chaos in World War II lead to fascism rise in power. Fascist believe that the country is sacred, they can sacrifice even their lives to defend the glory of the country (such as the samurai hara-kiri) , but this doctrine often incomplete and undemocratic.
Because of the depression, people were easily attracted to his speeches. He gained a large following quickly. In the year 1933, Hitler became the head of the German government. After everything that the Germans had been through, they finally believed that they had found their savior, and for a little while they still believed that. Hitler kept his promises of making a better Germany, but some of the people had not really expected what Hitler's idea of his perfect Germany would be.
The aim of the documentary is to display Adolf Hitler as the savior of Germany and show the way Germans loved him and to encourage more people to support him. Riefenstahl successfully achieved her aim by focusing on key words from speeches given by Hitler and his party, and through her use of music and camera angles. First and foremost, Riefenstahl showed carefully chosen sections from various speeches given by the party and Hitler. The documentary tries to affect people's thinking into believing that Hitler and the Nazi Party were the right choice for Germany. The choice of words used by Hitler and other party members makes it easier for manipulating people into believing that they are the best and right choice for Germany.
As the German States were opposing Napoleon, they found out that they actually shared a lot common interests and identities (Butler). As a result, the spirit of nationalism grew and the seeds were planted until they all blossomed in the German unification. This was a step Napoleon took toward democracy because, to a certain degree, nationalism is a necessity for democracy since it provides trust and a sense of belonging to a human being to represent and participate in the social
Hitler involved himself in The First World War and was very passionate about his Love for Germany and its purity. Hitler did not want to see Germany lose. Then because of this, after The First World War Hitler had become outraged by Germany surrendering and he desperately wanted a different ending. Therefore, Hitler was the leading cause in the making of The Second World War. The three most important aspects that helped Hitler win over the German people and start The Second World War was The Treaty of Versailles, the economic struggle of Germany, and his own family struggles.
First and foremost, the documentary tries to affect people's thinking into believing that Hitler and the Nazi Party were perfect for Germany. Riefenstahl does that by showing briefly various speeches given by the party and Hitler. The choice of words used by Hitler and other members of the party makes it easier for manipulating people into believing that they are the best and right choice for Germany. They knew exactly what the people wanted to hear and that is even after the great loss we are stronger and are willing to advance. After a rough time, people want to know they are safe.
When Winston Churchill became prime minister in 1940, the course of the war changed for the best. If it wasn’t for him, Britain wouldn’t have won the war thanks to his passionate approach to standing up to Hitler. The previous prime minister, Neville Chamberlain, did not want a war. His lack of response to Hitler lead to the Munich Agreement which allowed Hitler to occupy Czechoslovakia, beginning his expansion of the Nazi Empire. (The Editors of Encyclopædia Britannica) When Churchill came into office, he was clear he wanted one thing: to win the war.
However once in power, this idea had resulted into millions of lives caused by him, a dystopian country, and a war that was unnecessary. Hitler did not want to have a democratic government too. He wanted to call all shots without any opposition, which led to him become more of a dictator. Because the Nazi
Aime Amouzou Period# 7 3/13/14 Although improving economic conditions and the threat to national security causes American support for the Allies, the United States entered World War II in order to preserve democratic values worldwide. As time went on and the war continued in Europe, the threat to national security and democratic values increased, and the United States became closer and closer to entering the war. The war time economy, which existed only on the grounds of preparedness and aid to the allies, was booming, and finally bringing a complete recovery from the depression. The American public clearly favored the Allied powers, and entrance to World War II became inevitable.
The major cause of Hitler’s political success was due to the tremendous amount of fear that people associated with him. The fear of Hitler is what forced the government to grant him the enabling act, which then lead to the rise of Natsism. President Paul Von Hindenburg thought of Hitler as a threat to their power, so as a tactic to suppress his authority, they thought by electing him into office and appointing him chancellor was enough for him to feel some sort of power and settle down. It gave Hitler a voice in the government and a say what goes on in decision making,so they assumed this would satisfied Hitler and keep him contained. They were wrong.
Hitler was one of the greatest leaders of his time. The characteristics he demonstrated through his time of being chancellor were phenomenal. His tactics for control, his determination, and how he could manipulate all went into account when expressing how influential and prominent of a leader Hitler really was. Hitler was a man that liked total control over a situation, and to have no one else besides himself to have an option of becoming omnipotent. To do that he came up with one of his plans to ensure that only he had superior authority.
Imagine living in Nazi Germany, let’s say you’re ten years old. Fear is consuming your body as you try to hide from the soldiers breaking down your door. Before you know it, you’re on a train without a clue as to where your friends and family might be. This was what it was like for everyone, not just the kids, but parents, grandparents, etc. The only question we can really ask is: How did we let this happen?