The Causes Of Hitler In The 1930's For Germany

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The early 1930's for Germany could be described as sorrowful. The worldwide depression had hit harder than they had anticipated. People were out of work. Families were suffering and struggling to survive. The German people were finding it harder and harder to have faith in their government, a government described as weak. Because of the struggling and poverty of Germany, the people knew that what they needed was a leader, a strong leader who could pull them out of the pit that the German people had fallen into. Maybe they underestimated the power of such a leader. Adolf Hitler was known to be a great speaker. He spoke of change. He promised a better Germany and a better life for the people living there. 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. That turned out to be Germany without Jews.…show more content…
At first, it was the unemployment. It was even harder than ever for the Jewish to find paying jobs to support their families. This was just the beginning of what the Nazi party would eventually do to the Jews still living in Germany. Then came the curfews. The places marked to let the Jewish know that they could not enter. The smaller rations of food. The hunger would begin again, and what was later to be found out. It was not just Germany that was
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