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    right wing, centre politics, or the left wing. “The German Workers' Party , the forerunner of the Nazi Party, espoused a right-wing ideology, like many similar groups of demobilized soldiers”(https://fcit.usf.edu/holocaust/timeline/nazirise.htm). The German Workers party was the start to the Nazi party and Hitler joined it in 1919. He joined it because they believed in a lot of things that Hitler believed in. He later rose to leadership of the party by giving “emotional and captivating speeches”(https://fcit

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    of Nazi Party (1919 - 1933) Early January of 1919, the German Workers' Party (Deutsche Arbeiterpartei) DAP was formed by Anton Drexler, Gottfried Feder, Dietrich Eckart and Karl Harrer. On the 28th of June 1919, the Treaty of Versailles was signed. The Treaty of Versailles was one of the peace treaties at the end of World War I. It ended the war between Germany and the Allies. The following September, Adolf Hitler, who had been sent by the German Army to spy on the German Workers' Party (Deutsche

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    Establishing how the National Socialist German Workers’ Party (Nazi) rose to power and maintained its grip in Germany, an examination of the aftermath of World War I (WWI) and the impact of the worldwide stock market crash is very crucial. When WWI ended and the Treaty of Versailles was made, it essentially blamed the war on Germany and required that the country pay war reparations it could not afford, causing the German citizens to become greatly embittered and fearful about the future due to many

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    It all started when the rise of the Nazi Party came. It was under the leadership of Adolf Hitler, and founded in 1919, and the group was known fully as the National Socialist German Workers Party, or Nazi Party for short. As time move on, it went on to be much more than a meeting, but into a mass movement. The movement itself was Anti-Semitism. It dealt with much turmoil with the Treaty of Versailles, which had helped put an end to the first World War. Once Hitler was given power over Germany, he

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    At the beginning of World War II, the Nazi party was fighting to dominate Europe; however, five years later they were fighting to even exist. In 1918, the German economy was in crisis after World War I. The German Workers Party was founded in 1919 as they promoted German pride, anti-semitism and dissatisfaction towards the treaty of Versailles. The German Workers Party soon evolved into the National Socialist German Workers’ Party, or the Nazi Party, and in 1921 Adolf Hitler became it's leader

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    under Hitler or Der Fuhrer, German society changed drastically. The country changed, for both better and for worse, economically, socially, and politically under the tryinal reign of Adolf Hitler. Officially, the rise of Hitler can be said to have started upon his joining of the German Workers Party in the year 1919. Consecutively, the party put Hitler in charge of its propaganda in 1920, and a year later, in 1921, Hitler forcefully made himself leader of the party, the first step in his mission

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    frustrated by Germany’s defeat in the World War, so he joined the political organization called the German Workers’ party in 1919. The organization had been created earlier that year by a small group of men including Karl Harrer and Anton Drexler. This party promoted anti-Semitism, German nationalism, and felt the Treaty of Versailles, which was the peace settlement that ended the war, was unjust to the Germans because it burdened them with reparations they could never pay. Hitler soon emerged as a powerful

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    trade unionists,abd striking workers were denouned and subversives.           After 1921, it experienced a rapid growth of membership and became politically influential throughout the nation. One estimate of its membership, made in 1924, when the Klan was at the peak of its strength, was as high as 3 million. In that year a resolution denouncing the klan, introduced at the national convention of the Democratic party, precipitated a bitter contraversy

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    How Is Hitler Successful

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    more about newly formed “some German Workers' Party.” (Hitler 5) DAP – German Workers' Party was founded in 1919 by a mechanic Anton Drexler and journalist Karl Harrer. When Hitler joined it there were a few dozen members. The basic tenets of their propaganda were nationalistic slogans: the Germans are a great race designed to control the world; Jews and Communists threaten its purity, so it is necessary to free the workers from Marxism. Apart from these claims the party had no clear program, so no

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    Profile of Adolf Hitler (1889 -1945) Family Background Adolf Hitler was born on April 20th 1889 in Braunau-am-Inn, Austria. The town is near to the Austro-German border, and his father, Alois, worked as a customs officer on the border crossing. His mother, Klara, had previously given birth to two other children by Alois, (Gustav and Ida) but they both died in their infancy. Adolf attended school from the age of six and the family lived in various villages around

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