Therefore I want to prove in the following section that it wasn’t just Hitler who made his chancellorship possible by explaining several important aspects which lead to his success in 1933. In my opinion there are three relevant components which helped Hitler gain power and finally become chancellor of Germany. They include the historic events and the situation after WWI, the organisation of the Nazi party and the people who worked for Hitler and his ideals and obviously Hitler himself, what he represented and how he touched so very many people. To get an image of the situation in Germany after WWI, taking a look at how Germans
How Important Was Hitler 's Contribution to the Nazis ' rise to Power by 1933? There are many factors between the dates, 1919-1933 that helped the Nazi party rise to power as well as the fact that Hitler was their leader. In my essay I am going to describe each factor and explain how it affected the Nazis rise to power. I am going to do this, to decide how important Hitler 's contribution was. My first thoughts before I have done any research, are what I think is the most important factor to the rise of Nazi power; this is in my opinion probably the Treaty Of Versailles.
The article Hitler’s Gamble by Adam Tooze provides information on the different scholarly views regarding Hitler’s intent to start the Second World War. Tooze does this by examining the views of the leading historians on the topic. He looks at where the historians agree and where they disagree and concludes with his own analysis of the topic. Tooze explains that the main disagreement on the topic is regarding Hitler’s purpose for escalating international tension through the invasion of Poland. There are those historians, specifically Richard Overy and Ian Kershaw, who argued that Hitler did not intend to provoke a war over Poland.
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 and the Nazis gained a large amount of support and Hitler stood behind the scenes in politics and kept his hands clean which was very wise and worked to his advantage. Every move that Hitler made was a strategic and planned out ahead of time. Though some moves weren’t successful most of them gave him an advantage and strengthen his power as he began to rise as the next leader of
So where was Hitler’s downfall and why was Stalin more successful? So a comparative study has been done exploring leadership techniques (socially, poetically and economically) used by Stalin and Hitler during 1923-1945 that helped them maintain power over their respective countries. The first aspect that affected how the leaders maintained their power over
To do this, he used propaganda to spread his ideals and create an age of loyal Nazi followers. Hitler created propaganda simple enough for even children to understand, by “understanding the emotional ideas of the great masses and finding…the way to the attention and thence to the heart of the broad masses”, as quoted from Hitler. Youths were the most fanatical supporters of the Nazi regime, and the Nazis won them over through propaganda. “How?” you may
It could have been months or years until the United States found out about the Germans program for creating an atomic weapon but because of Albert Einstein's letter they were informed ahead of time so they could get started as soon as possible. The second way that Albert Einstein's letter affected the development of the atom bomb in the Atomic program in the United States is that Albert Einstein urged
Throughout the 1930s, Adolf Hitler rose to power and successfully became chancellor of Germany by 1933. Throughout his course as a leader, many foreign policies were planned and achieved, debatably imposed for pre-war requisites and expansion of Nazi Germany in Eastern Europe, more known as Lebensraum. Such expansions intimidated Western European countries, most importantly, the United Kingdom. By November 1937, Neville Chamberlain’s cabinet has been in office for only a brief 6 months, while Hitler had risen to an extent where he has achieved nearly absolute dictatorship and totalitarianism in Nazi Germany. Hitler began to pursue his aggressive program and act of expansion against the will and power of the British, believing them to be an envisaged and possible alliance.
Hitler's rise to power cannot be attributed to a single factor, but a combination of events, some of which were happening outside of Germany, the strength of the Nazi party and the weakness of the other parties attributed greatly to his rise. Hitler used these factors to his advantage and in 1933 he legitimately gained power to become the chancellor of Germany. The treaty of Versailles was one of the most important factors that led to Hitler's rise to power in Germany. From Germany's point of view the treaty was incredibly harsh and devastating that left them feeling humiliated. The treaty required them to relinquish their military power, substantial portions of their land, their say in international affairs and their respect.