The causes of Hitler and the Nazi Party gaining power in Germany in 1934 were a large combination of factors. The first was losing world war one which created serious social, political, and economic effects on the Nation with the addition of the treaty of Versailles, the Wall Street crash and the Great Depression of 1929. Secondly, the newly elected socialist democratic government saw unable to provide solutions to all the crises - leading to the fall out of the Weimar Republic. The third factors were that Hitler would be secretly backed by powerful interests with the overuse of Article 48 and the supply of money from successful businessmen as he seemed to be the only politician able to provide the answers to the problems and his public speaking skills would
Nazism significantly impacted the propaganda, terror and repression in a time of the abolition of the Weimar and rising of Hitler. The German civilization was greatly affected German people from 1933-1939 making the ideology of Nazism change most facets of life. The underlying nature of the anti semitic and nationalist theme amongst the media was a supplement to a large portions of society 's initial views. By the 30th of January 1933, Hitler had been appointed Chancellor. The intentions to commit to the ‘Final Solution’ was obvious when he used propaganda, terror and repression in order to influence and persuade his actions, therefore justifying it to himself and others he took authority over.
World War 2 started on 3 September 1939. Although there were many cause for the war, like the failure of the Treaty of Versailles, threat of communism, and appeasement. Hitler and the Nazi party were the main cause, they were linked with all other causes, making them stand out as the ‘main cause’. Everything that had happened after World War 1; the Treaty of Versailles, the Great Depression, Communism and Fascism, all helped Hitler gain trust from the Germans, as he said he would ‘make Germany great again’. Starting another world war within 20 years of the ‘war that was meant to end all wars’.
Adolf Hitler was one of the most cruel and brutal dictators in the world history. He is a renowned dictator for his insane act of persecuting countless number of Jews. Before he rose to power, he was a little-known political leader whose early life had been marked by disappointment. However, after World War I had broken out, Hitler found a new beginning. He had volunteered in a German army and was twice awarded for his bravery during World War I. After the war, he joined a tiny right-wing political group, which eventually formed the German brand of fascism known as Nazism. Hitler was a great organizer and speaker and could manipulate huge audiences with his great speech skills. Because of his powerful speeches and great leadership, it led him to be chosen leader of the Nazi party. Nevertheless, his power at the Nazi
Totalitarianism is defined as a political system in which the state holds total power over the society. This is the political ideology that the Nazi party practiced during its reign from 1933 to 1945 when they lost in WW2. Hitler used totalitarianism to control the German people and inspired loyalty. He achieved complete unity between the state and its people by becoming a totalitarian dictator.
Adolf Hitler was a German politician who was the leader of the Nazi party, rose to power for many reasons. The economical, social, and political standpoints in Germany at the time were a disaster. He promised German people he would bring back the pride in their the country. After World War I the economic situation was abhorrent. The war damaged the economy, and had gone into hyperinflation, which wiped out citizens savings quickly. The long term hatred and deep anger about World War I and the Treaty of Versailles created an underlying bitterness, which made him get more supporters. Another main factor was his influential way of speaking. One way Germany got popular with the crowd was because of Hitler’s speaking ability and most importantly,
As a result Nazi Party gained 14,000,000 votes from the nations of Germany, and Nazi became the strongest party. “At the risk of appearing to talk nonsense I tell you that the National Socialist movement will go on for 1,000 years! ... Don't forget how people laughed at me 15 years ago when I declared that one day I would govern Germany. They laugh now, just as foolishly, when I declare that I shall remain in power!” Adolf Hitler in Berlin, June
The extent that economic hardship contributed to the rise to power of Hitler should not be underestimated. However, Adolf Hitler’s rise to power was based upon various factors that certainly included the backdrop of economic hardship. The complex relationship between these factors is as important to analyse as the elements of economic hardship. The energy and organisation of Hitler and the Nazis is just as important as the effect of the Treaty of Versailles, the weaknesses of the Weimar Republic (in which Hitler exploited at every turn) and finally, Hitler’s greatest opportunity, the Great Depression. Hitler’s rise to power is one of the most dramatic and yet unbelievable stories in the history of the Modern World.
In the late 1920’s, the Nazi party had little success but in 1933, Hitler and the Nazis came to power. Hitler was the leader of a small right-wing party with very extremist ideas. Within a couple of years this party was in control of Germany. The factors that caused Hitler’s success for the rise of Nazism has been studied ever since. Hitler’s organisation skills and personal traits helped to bring the Naizs into power. However, without the socio-economic problems that Germany encountered and the weakness of their political situation, Hitler would not have had the opportunity to come into power and destory democracy in 1933.
Vo, Kayla Period 3 3/28/14 The Nazi Party’s Ascension to Power in Germany The signing of the Treaty of Versailles in 1919 intended to bring worldwide peace after World War I and to penalize Germany for being responsible for the casualties that resulted. The penalty caused Germany to lose its pride, power, and nationalism, thus leaving the country in a helpless economic state and in an abyss. This poor condition after the Great War in 1918 caused citizens to have a strong will for change, which provided the perfect stage for political parties to rise in power. One political party in particular, the National Socialist German Worker's Party--otherwise known as the Nazi Party--captured the interest of the German public.
The average German worker had supported Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party because both Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party had appealed to what the average German workers had wanted. After World War I, Germany had experienced a hyperinflation as a result of all the war reparations. The entire German population had become crazed as they were trying to make money in order to purchase food and other basic necessities. The middle class, or the average Germans, had lost their entire life savings as the value of the German mark had decreased to the point that it was literally nothing. The German mark had become just worthless paper. “They had to sell their most precious belongings for ten [million] inflated marks to buy a bit of food or an absolutely necessary coat…”(Document
The party grew from 27,000 in 1925 to 108,000 in 1929 (“The rise of the Nazi Party”). iii. The 84 year old ran again so Adolf would not win, Adolf won 37% of the votes –in 1932 (“The rise of the Nazi Party”) B) After the president died at the age of 84, Hitler then became president of Germany which lead into a dictatorship (“The rise of the Nazi Party”). 3.
Evaluate the role of the economy and propaganda in Hitler's maintenance of power Seungchan Yang After Hitler took a power in Germany, he managed to consolidate his power using his economy policy, gathered destitute Germans together, but also using the propaganda, increasing the support towards him. This increasing mass of supports towards him due to his policy that had increased the employment in a tremendous amount and the use of propaganda that had spread his belief and convinced Germans. However, despite these successful economic policy, the fund raised was purely concentrated on rearmament and still the autarky was not achieved, and his economy policy was just for the violation of Treaty of Versailles. Still, Hitler’s decisions in