The first way in which Hitler appealed to the Germans can be attributed to nationalism. Nationalism, excessive pride in one 's country, caused Hitler and the Nazi Party to seem attractive because it was almost second nature. Germans ' hearts burst with pride and "supreme love of their fatherland..." (doc 2). The people of Germany loved their country, and therefore, loved their leader. They were willing to drop everything and fight for Germany if their leader ordered them to.
After millions of deaths occurred during World War I, a peace treaty known as the Treaty of Versailles was created to maintain peace as well as prevent war; however, coincedently, the same treaty that was made to sustain peace helped prompt the start of yet another bloody war known as World War II. During the end of World War I, Germany was forced to sign the Treaty of Versailles as punishment for Germany and her allies being the aggressors of the war. Reparations, the War Guilt Clause, territorial loss, and restricted military were all factors as to how the Treaty of Versailles helped trigger World War II. War reparations were payments that Germany were required to pay as punishment to World War 1. Document C displays how Germany was set
The ever so growing fear in the hearts of Germans caused them to spring into action with rebellion in mind. However, with limited amount of munitions, troops, and weapons the cause to fight back was to far beyond their capabilities. Germany was not allowed to “exceed over 100,000 men, including officers…” (Doc B) The troops they were allowed to have were only reserve troops and none being full-time.
On June 28, 1919, Germany and the Allied Powers signed the Treaty of Versailles, formally ending one of the bloodiest wars in modern history. World War I caused the deaths of nearly ten million soldiers and up to thirteen million non-combatants. Catastrophic property and industry losses occurred, especially in France, Belgium, Poland, and Serbia.
Only childish and naive minds can lull themselves in the idea that they can bring about a correction of Versailles by wheedling and begging…. (Doc B)”Before he came to power in the 1930’s, Hitler tried to unify the German people against the rest of Europe, and took advantage of their shame and indignity. He states that the only way for them to regain their territory and reputation with Europe was by going to battle for it. According to Hitler, this won't be achieved by following the agreement within the Treaty of Versailles. Moyer later explains, “….Much of the exaltation (enthusiasm) within Germany arising from the Nazi regime arose (from) the way in which Hitler restored a sense of pride, reawakened a sense of self
The Treaty of Versailles created much military restrictions, loss of land, and humiliation amongst Germans, forming their interest in Hitler. All of the losses Germany faced from the treaty were very impacting in a negative way to their society. As one can see in Mein Kampf’s document Hitler says, “No nation can remove this hand from its throat except by the sword,” showing how war is the only option towards the treaty. The people in Germany agreed to this act creating their army to fight with much anger and aggression towards their opponents. The document “Germany in the Great War” expresses how,
Adolf Hitler rose to power as chancellor of Germany in 1933 and eventually its leader in 1934 with the intension of establishing a state adhering to totalitarian ideas (“Germany: Establishment of the Nazi Dictatorship”). Book burnings were the precedent for “Hitler's attempts to control the minds of the German people” (Zebrowski). This quality is, in fact, a key attribute of a totalitarian state. To accomplish the formation of totalitarianism, “Germans were fed Nazi ideology” while various forms of media or means of communication to the masses were heavily censored ("Impact of Nazi Rule"). As a result, the government under the Nazi Party employed radio broadcasts and newspapers as means of dictating the opinions of the German society (“Book Burning”).
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Both The 14 Points that Wilson gave, and The Treaty of Versailles gave very good points about what needs to done. They both hit that “M.A.I.N” issues that were the causes of WWl. But The Treaty of Versailles gave a lot more understanding and definition that what Germany can, cannot, and need to do to make up for the war. This is why the treaty is a little better than The 14 Points.
Lebensraum: The Hitler Youth, The League of German Girls, and more Photographer and author A.E. Samaan once said: “There was nothing conservative about Adolf Hitler. Hitler was an artist and a revolutionary at heart. He wanted to completely upend and remake German society.” Such words expertly capture Hitler’s essence. Not only did he want to redesign German life under his own vision, but he was prepared to create an empire that would reign for a thousand years.
German residents are extremely upset about the Treaty of Versailles since they have to pay an enormous amount of money called reparations. Germany claims that it is too much as the country is very poor at the moment since there aren’t many jobs and the prices of food and basic necessities are quite high. Thus, the Germans were unhappy with the government and so they voted for a horrible man named Adolf Hitler who has guaranteed to seek revenge and completely tear apart the Treaty of Versailles. He unfortunately became Chancellor of Germany on 30th January, 1933 and has been causing massive problems ever since. He was also announced as the “Fuhrer” which means leader, and became the dictator of Germany.
Although, from the reassessment of academic and historical scholars, it is said that the Versailles treaty was the best possible compromise under the stressful, extenuating circumstances, and the hospitable tension residing between the European Nations. If the Great Depression had not hit the European Nation, when it did, the process of social and political adaption could have occurred, or at least, furthered to the point that something good could have come from it and the tensions residing between all the nations could have been solved with time. It had been said that, having been robbed, the German State soon became the robbers to fight against their oppressors and defeat the failure that once resided over their heads because of the harsh treaties and such from before. The humiliation felt and the need for vengeance in the wake of Versailles drove the German populous into the arms of Hitler and the Nazis as the cost of reparation increased and the nation started to feel it. Versailles had been the harbinger of future warfare and start of a greater