Joseph Goebbels Adolf Hitler

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In 1926, he had Goebbels give speeches at party meetings in Munich, and at the annual Party Congress, which that year was held in Weimar. For the following year’s congress, for the first time, Goebbels was included in the planning, where he and Hitler decided that the rally was to be filmed for propaganda. Having received praise for doing well at all of these events, Goebbels began to even further idolize Hitler, and more importantly began to gain Hitler’s respect. In the same year (1926), Goebbels was offered the position of Gauleiter (regional party leader) for the Berlin section, and in October of 1926, accepted. Goebbels’ appointment to this office was also an important strategic move for Hitler, as now with Goebbels in Berlin, Strasser’s rival northwestern group had been successfully split up and dissolved. On top of having nearly total authority over the organization and leadership for his Gau, (terrirory) Goebbels was given control over the local paramilitary units known as the Sturmabteilung, (SA) the precursor to the Schutzstaffel (SS), which Goebbels also led. During his time as Gauleiter, to gain publicity for the Nazi party, Goebbels would purposely aggravate beer-hall battles and street brawls, and orchestrated violent attacks on the Communist party of Germany. Goebbels actions resulted in increased public exposure to the Nazi party, but they also provoked the Berlin
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