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    Zahra Lahgazi The Causes of Hitlers Rise to Power The 30th of January, 1933 marks the day in which Germany and to a greater extent the world was rocked forever. Why? Because the leader of the Nazis, a nationalist and socialist party was signed in as the chancellor of Germany. His name, Adolf Hitler, has grown to be recognised as one of the most hated in history to this day. How did this malicious man grasp the power of Germany? It turns out that some of the causes sprouted from some of the

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    from the people who have elected them. The rise of Dictator Adolf Hitler to supreme power in Nazi Germany would prove to be an event in history that was totally inexplicable in any terms. He was an adventurer who desired to conquer the German people and dominate the entire world, reshaping it accordingly to his desires and pleasures. The evidence of his pestiferous acrimony is all around us, making it quite difficult to believe he did it all on his own. Hitler is one who emerges from obscurity to shake

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    Adolf Hitler was a very powerful and repetitive person who attracted a wide following of Germans desperate for change. During the early 1930’s, the Nazi party and Hitler’s rise to power was extremely rapid. The depression is what got them popular because they appealed especially to the unemployed, young people, and members of the lower middle class. He also promised a better life for the German country. In the 1924 elections they only won 3 percent of the votes to the German Parliament so they needed

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    Adolf Hitler’s rise to power as Chancellor of Germany and leader of the German people is often portrayed as the result of a sweeping electoral victory. In reality Hitler’s rise was incremental, requiring (a patchwork of political support from) an assimilation of support from various demographics as well as influential political figures. An area of perpetual historiographical debate is, specifically, which demographic was more essential to Hitler’s rise - one school of thought maintains the significance

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    Adolf Hitler began his rise to power at the end of World War One. He rose on the wave of brokenness that enveloped the German population after the demoralizing loss of the Great War. He was charismatic and knew how to woo people to his side. He also read the German culture and knew how to inflame their national pride. But even with all of his great leadership gifts, the man did not rise to power alone. With him, he gathered malcontents and people who hated their circumstances and formed them into

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    that Hitler was in charge of. Hitler wanted Germany to be more powerful in Europe. He became the leader of the Nazi party. The Nazis wanted to invade all of Europe and be under their rule. Hitler’s allies were Japan and Italy because they had signed a treaty in Germany in 1936. This paper will talk about Hitler’s rise to power and the Nazi party being an important thing to remember in history because it was not just one country, but it affected the whole world and led to World War II. Hitler did not

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    Hitlers Rise to Power

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    Zahra Lahgazi The Causes of Hitlers Rise to Power The 30th of January, 1933 marks the day in which Germany and to a greater extent the world was rocked forever. Why? Because the leader of the Nazis, a nationalist and socialist party was signed in as the chancellor of Germany. His name, Adolf Hitler, has grown to be recognised as one of the most hated in history to this day. How did this malicious man grasp the power of Germany? It turns out that some of the causes sprouted from some of the darkest

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    behind, such as Adolf Hitler. Hitler was a determined man with a history in war, the mind of a brilliant strategist, a clear vision of his goal, and a passion that drove him every step of the way. Adolf Hitler was born to Alois and Klara Hitler on April 20, 1889, in an Austrian border town. The family moved to Linz, the capital of Upper Austria, when young Adolf was around the age of nine. This was the home of Hitler through most of his adolescent and teenage years. Hitler aspired to be an artist

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    The Rise of Hitler During the 1920's and early 1930's Germany was trying to recover from World War. It had to pay reparations and try to rebuild the economy from bankruptcy. It was because of the weaknesses of the economy and the Weimar Government, together with the growing popularity of the Nazis that Hitler was able to become Chancellor. After the First World War, Germany was forced to establish a democratic government based on proportional representation. The

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    Hitler’s Rise to Power Despite Germany being in a difficult time and facing many struggles after World War One, Adolf Hitler would be the one who decided to take a stand and turn Germany’s current situation around. His vision when he started his triumph was that he would make a ‘pure’ form of Germany, which sounds off putting since it’s widely known what he did to make that pure Germany, but he actually improved Germany in many ways. He achieved this through becoming big in the Reichstag, gaining

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