Article 232 and 233 states that Germany had to pay for all the damage they caused in WWI and the amount was finalized by the other countries. Germany did not want to pay any of the reparations because they did not agree that they should take full responsibility for the war. Angry Germans helped Hitler into power more than before because he stopped all the payments. These articles made the German people angry and yet again look to Hitler for leadership, by looking to him, he made the decision to stop all the payment being made. By ending payments, Germany made what the Treaty of Versailles says was broken and therefore starts to get the countries who are supposed to get money from Germany angry, so now the Treaty of Versailles made Germany angry.
Even before he was running for leader, he said, in his book, “ 'The Peace Treaty of Versailles, ' was taken as an attack on the Republic and a sign of a reactionary if not monarchistic attitude.” (Mein Kampf). He was not the only one that felt this way and as result, he easily took control of Germany by connecting to the people of Germany and the hatred they felt towards the treaty of
They thought it was unfair to be responsible for the all stuff. The anger mood accumulated, many uprisings arose continuously. Adolf Hitler seized the opportunity to fix the demand of the public about emergence of a nation. He gained the public support by propaganda and refusing the terms mentioned in the Treaty of Versailles. He gave citizens a sense of confidence to rebuild their nation.
In 1871,Germany economic development rapidly. At the first World War Germany has become one of the world 's "two most advanced emerging capitalist countries," and total industrial output exceeded the United Kingdom and France. The failure of the first World War made German economy has been severely hit, a large number of companies bankruptcy, about 6000000 people lost their jobs, countless families struggling between life and death. However at this time,Nazi seized the urgent mentality of people who wants to change their life and launched a strong inflammatory propaganda, which attracted the German people, especially young people, who wanted to survive. In real life, Germany as the first World War defeated countries, the territory is reduced, the domestic market is open to foreign countries, and then met the global economic crisis, so they suffered greater economic losses and political crisis.
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.
In order to make France stop doing this, the Germans created the Triple Alliance in 1882 with Italy and Austria-Hungary. Germany’s main goal was to make France feel defenseless and threatened by the alliance but it also caused a lot of other nations feel threatened too. This then caused the formation of the Triple Entente which was an alliance between France, Britain, and Russia. This is significant to the start of World War 1 because the alliance that were created cause tensions to rise in Europe but it also caused the chances of a World war to highly increase. For example, before the alliances were created Germany had problems with France and Britain, and Austria- Hungary had issues with Russia.
In this speech by Hitler, he talked about his hatred for the Treaty of Versailles and how he planned to abolish it. By the time he presented this speech, World War 2 was already well underway. Hitler spoke about how he hated the Treaty of Versailles and how much he would want to get rid of it even before he gained power. He talked about how it was an injustice to Germany and how it was created to destroy Germany. Hitler was very proud of Germany and wanted Germany to become the powerful country it once was.
Bismarck entered politics before the revolutions of 1848 started; he gained a substitute seat as an ultraconservative in the upper house of the Prussian parliament. Multiple revolutions broke out in Germany because of disproportionate industrial and agricultural distribution causing the lower classes to suffer. These revolutions
The Confederation of Rhine, which was Napoleon's reorganization of German states, stirred the German nationalism. Napoleon unified the German principalities under the French rule in a way that he used these states provide him with soldiers and supplies for his wars and because of this, the Confederation stimulated the German desire for unification. Napoleon also
INVESTIGATION Hitler officially became the undisputed leader of the party in 1933 after the law concerning the head of the state of the German Reich merged the positions of the president and the chancellor 1 . This, however, did not eradicate his reliance on subordinates to enact his “will”, and it is within this is where the notorious confusion in Nazi government lies, giving rise to the debate over the extent to which Hitler succeeded in creating a totalitarian government in that he exercised absolute control over all state institutions, subordinating all others to his authority2 .The historiography of this area is characterised by the debate between Intentionalists, who hold that the confusion within government was a tool of control used
These arguments with the architect of German unification and a military genius only gave the Junkers more cause for concern about Wilhelm II 's rule. As the years passed into the new century, Wilhelm 's policies on both foreign and domestic fronts would further alienate his own people and many other
They felt vulnerable to everyone. France is right next to Germany, and refuse to let them have any military forces at the border. (Doc A) Germany is even more defenseless and they have to obey by what France tells them. Since
This explained how Germany supposedly wanted Mexico to declare a war on the U.S and when Germany “wins”, they will give all the land that the U.S took back to them. Which caused a lot of fury to the government, and this made the citizens angry. Also, it made them want to go to war with the central powers and join the allies, which is exactly what the government wanted. More than ever did they want and need support from the people. Woodrow Wilson made the speech, “Do Your Bit For America” addressing to the people to contribute to those on the battlefield defending the country for them, explaining the many that have fallen for their freedom, which touched a lot of souls.
Nazi party leader, Adolf Hitler saw the instability of the Weimar Republic as an opportunity and used a number of events to gain absolute power over Germany in the period 1933-1939. During this time Hitler destroyed Germany's democracy and established a legal dictatorship. Hitler used the Enabling Act, his purge of the Night of the Long Knives and President Hindenburg's death to rise to power. The Enabling Act was a key event that contributed to Hitler gaining power over Germany in the period 1933-1939. The Enabling Act, which was officially named 'Law to Remedy the Distress of People and Reich', was the result of the Reichstag building fire which took place on 27 February 1933.
The Berlin Airlift paper will focus on the prelude to conflict. In 1948, the Western Powers (Great Britain, France, and US) plans to rebuild Germany varied from that of the Soviet Union. There would be no compromise and as a result, Stalin wanted them out of Berlin. In early 1948, tensions between the once former Allies were at their peak.