The strength and mass growth of the Nazis helped Hitler. He was able to create his own army of SA, using violence and force to gain him support. I think that it was inevitable that Hitler was going to come to power because, having such a democratic system after Germany being ruled by the Kaiser was always going to be difficult, but the fact that from the first week of the Weimar reigning Germany, things started to go wrong almost emphasises that it was not going to last. Even events outside of anyone's control were in Hitler's favour. Hitler didn't rush into anything he was quite then when he saw his chance he took it.
Macbeth murdered king Duncan to rise to power in a unnatural way while Hitler was legally elected to power by the german people because his plan of seeking to right the wrongs of WW1 and bringing glory back to the german people was very popular. Hitler and Macbeth were both overly ambitious for power which led them down bloody paths to their eventual downfalls. Although Macbeth and Hitler are similar in their quest for power and glory, Macbeth is heavily influenced to gain power while Hitler acted on his own. Macbeth and Hitler are similar in the way they are viewed by the common people. In the beginning of Macbeth, Macbeth can be seen as a leader.
He knew how to appeal to people's basic instincts and made use of their fears and insecurities, making manipulation one of Hitler's greatest assets. Since he was able to get his audience so passionate and zealous over his goals, they would follow him regard... ... middle of paper ... ...t of good for Germany. Under his rule, he provided employment and stabilized the economy, which helped Germany pull out of an economic depression that was plaguing the rest of the world. However, I understand majority of people in this planet would say that Hitler was a horrible human being. Many people do not want to recognize that he was a great leader because he committed some horrible things and might disagree about him being a great leader because he led Germany to another loss, but this was inevitable because one man and one country cannot stand against the world and hope to win.
One leader, whose success is controversial, is Adolph Hitler. Hitler’s success can be seen as his own through to his charismatic qualities, military tactics and the holocaust. All three of these topics were original to him and made him a notorious leader and gained him success. Hitler’s success can also be due to the horrible conditions in Germany at the time of his rise to power. The failure of the economy, extreme nationalism and the fragile government of Germany in the 1920’s and 30’s could also be seen as the reason for Hitler’s success(Wepman 98).
The power that he held was total, but he made no permanent contributions to the human race. He has left an evil mark on mankind. Hitler is known and will continue to be known for the evil crimes that he committed against mankind, and against the world. Now, fifty years later, Germany has emerged as an economic giant without the needs for grand military. Other nations will not forgive Hitler, but they will forgive the people.
It was the single most important factor of Hitler's coming to power, however it wasn't the only factor. Hitler had remarkable speaking abilities, which helped him woo the public. His use of force with the SA and the inability of the Left wing political groups to combine, also contributed in his rise. Hitler also used the weakness of the constitution the signing of the Versailles treaty to bring down the Weimar Republic. With all these advantages on his side, and with the depression hitting Germany hard in 1929, it was just a matter of time before Hitler would "claim his throne".
Instead, it placed a “war guilt” blame on Germany, which prevented a long-lasting peace and enraged the German people. "No postwar German government believed it could accept such a burden on future generations and survive …" (Paxton 153) Germany was forced to pay heavy reparations and encounter hyper-inflation. Adolf Hitler attempted a coup d’état against the republic, to establish a Putsch similar to Mussolini's. ("Beer Hall Putsch (Munich Putsch). ")Although he failed, Hitler was then recognised as a national hero, whom gained public support from Germany.
“Struggle is the father of all things. It is not by the principles of humanity that man lives or is able to preserve himself above the animal world, but solely by means of the most brutal struggle. If you do not fight, life will never be won.” (Hitler) For most of the world, Adolf Hitler's name is synonymous with thoughts of hatred, criminality, and pure evil. Although he is responsible for the greatest genocide known to humanity, Hitler is now known to be one of the most influential World leaders we’ve ever known. Although Adolf Hitler and I share similar aspects pertaining to our black-and-white thinking, views on eugenics, and our leadership abilities, there are considerable differences in our moral values and how our goals are approached.
Adolf Hitler- the name of whom once trembled the minds of people and made one to remember one of the most inhumanely cruelty and crimes that the Nazis had ever committed in history of the world. The scar of horrible acts from Hitler and Germany forever remained on those who experienced the haunting war. The entire world was astonished to see what Germany was capable of doing under Hitler’s command. The Aryan, Lebensraum, a-thousand-year Reich were ideas that drove Hitler into the vicious leader of Germany. Many did not fully grasp the success of Hitler’s achievements in World War I despite many difficulties Germany had to face after World War I.