Hitler 's And The Nazi Party

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Hitler 's henchmen were those inside the Richstag and other important segments of the German government. These include Joseph Goebbels, Hermann Goering, Rudolf Hess, Heinrich Himmler, Ernst Rohm, Reinhard Heydrich. It is debated if they escaped justice or not. Joseph Goebbels was born in 1897 and became a doctor in philosophy in 1920. Due to his hatred of the terms of the Treaty of Versailles, he joined the Nazi party near the end of 1924 to help build support for the party in Berlin. In 1923 he was given full control of the Nazi 's propaganda machine. Goebbels was elected into the Reichstag in 1928 and, at 1933, was given the role as the 'Minister of Enlightenment and Propaganda ', which he worked as until 1945. His skill at the role gave him the nickname as the 'Poison Dwarf '. At the near-end of the Second World War when Berlin was besieged by the Russians during April to May 1945, Joseph stayed with Hitler in his ' bunker. Which he was given Hitler 's watch as a token of appreciation for being with him to the very end. On May 1st, Goebbels poisoned his six children then shot his wife and then himself. Hermann Goering was born in 1893 and found popularity in World War One as a fighter ace. Winning many awards for bravery and was the last commander of the infamous Richthofen Fighter Squadron. He joined the Nazi Party in October 1922 and wounded in the Munich Putsch. In 1928, Goering got elected to the Reichstag before he got back from Sweden. During 1932, he was
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