How Did the Nazi's Become so Popular?

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How Did The Nazis Become So Popular?

Hitler was a brilliant speaker, a good organiser and politician. He was a driven, unstable man, who believed that he had been called by God to become dictator of Germany and rule the world. This kept him going when other people might have given up. His self-belief persuaded people to believe in him. However, I do not think it was solely the brilliance of Hitler's leadership which brought the Nazis to Power. There are many other reasons why this happened.

Hitler had many ideas of how he could fix all that went wrong with Germany. He had answers prepared for everything the Germans asked. Hitler, like most extremists, was filled with prejudices, but his overall hatred was for the Jews. From the
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He used images of himself and Hindenburg together to show the image of unity and reassurance that everything was ok and that people will be treated as a 'friend'. This was a quite effective as the posters and leaflets were put up around the towns and cities in Germany and so the people could gather certain images and information off the Nazi party easily. The Nazis also used certain presentational devices such as bold lettering and colours on their posters in order to gather the attention of the people in Germany.
Another way that the Nazis used propaganda was the rallies and speeches that Hitler gave. In these speeches, Hitler would use propaganda on things to make them sound a lot better than they actually were. This had an effect on the public as it enticed them into being alongside Hitler. He also used the propaganda to persuade the people into joining the Nazi party by saying things that aren't necessarily true.
Another way in which the Nazis used propaganda was by the media. They used the media to try and show a false truth as most people believe what people say on things such as radio and televisions etc. This was a very effect way of using propaganda as people would listen to it when doing activities at home. The people didn't have to even go outside their own homes in order to here Hitler and what he had to say. This made people go to see and see Hitler at his rallies and thus converting them into the Nazi
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