Essay about Adolf Hitler: Leader of the Nazi Party

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Adolph Hitler, the leader of the Nazi party, rose to power in the mid 1920s. He was a gifted speaker and very much anti-semitic. When he started his political career, he was really a nobody. Through a series of fortunate coincidences he caught the eye of the powers that be in the party. He was a powerful speaker and was able to recuit a lot of new members to the party. He was such an asset that he was able to force himself higher and higher up in the organization or he threatned to leave the party. The leaders knew that if he left the party, the Nazi party would crumble. in 1933 he was named Chancellor of the party and from there on he was able to manipulate the system to become a dictator with complete control.

Hitler's anti-semetic
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Adolph Hitler, the leader of the Nazi party, rose to power in the mid 1920s. He was a gifted speaker and very much anti-semitic. When he started his political career, he was really a nobody. Through a series of fortunate coincidences he caught the eye of the powers that be in the party. He was a powerful speaker and was able to recuit a lot of new members to the party. He was such an asset that he was able to force himself higher and higher up in the organization or he threatned to leave the party. The leaders knew that if he left the party, the Nazi party would crumble. in 1933 he was named Chancellor of the party and from there on he was able to manipulate the system to become a dictator with complete control.

Hitler's anti-semetic led to his desire to annihilate all jews which is what led to the Holocaust. He described the jews as racially undesirables and that he would not rest until every last jew was eliminated from Germany leaving only a Master Aryan Race. The Holocaust consisted of rounding up lews who had at least three of four grandparents that were jewish. The Nazi's put them in concentration camps where they were forced to work if they were able to or they were killed. As many as six million jewish people were killed during the Holocaust.

Hitler was upset that Germany had surrendered at the end of World War I and vowed to bring Germany back from such humiliation, starting in 1938 he invaded Austria and Czechoslovakia. In 1940 he formed a partnership with
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