This was successful in many cases. After becoming chancellor, he made his next plan to to take complete control of Germany. (Hitler's Rise to Power). Do to Hitler's strategy to gain power, he was able to do so quickly. “Adolf Hitler was so forceful in his ideas and his opinions that it was rare that anyone dare to oppose or contradict him” (Lace 58).
During that time, the Germans looked up to Hitler as his promises and charisma transformed him f... ... middle of paper ... ...y seen in his renowned book, the Mein kampf. He explained his strategy as to how to come to power and had effectively done so. He had won the people through the promises he had made and the dedication he had showed to fulfilling it. He had a huge amount of help through his propaganda as seen in the Olympics of 1933. He had also to an extent maintained control within the country through his effective uses of storm troopers and his loyal supporters as his financial aid.
So he wanted to connect all Germans with each other so they can live happier and a better life. By him wanting to do all of this he was very determined to do what he wanted to do at all costs. “Better yet, the United states had agreed to pump millions of dollars into the German economy to get it back on track.” Hitler one of the greatest leaders in the world was powerful and organized because of the things he had done as a leader. Hitler fed on the grievances of the German people following their disastrous defeat in World War I. Much of their territory was taken from them and they were required to pay huge sums to their victorious enemies.
The German people were very accustomed to success, and when Germany was defeated in World War One, they were shocked and angry. The Weimar Constitution was drawn up to help Germany bounce back. This constitution was genuinely democratic but had some weaknesses. A president ruled with a chancellor and proportional representation in the Reichstag. Proportional representation made the Republic weak in that parties were very uncooperative.
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.
“Adolf Hitler considered himself singled out by fate to lead Germany to greatness.”(Lace 52). He believed strongly in his judgement and his ability to lead. His early life impacted the person we study today. Hitler was able to rise to power due to the citizens of Germany that were on his side and the strategy he had for gaining power. Hitler's early life also had a major impacts on his rise to power.
The strongest leaders that have risen to power have been characterized by their ability to influence people, like Julius Caesar, Adolf Hitler, Cecil Rhodes, and Ernest Oppenheimer, who were very powerful. The reason they were so powerful is because they took advantage of this ability. Adolf Hitler was a strong and influential dictator during World War II who was also victorious in battle. “Victory gave Hitler an aura of triumph, which assured him the enthusiastic support of almost all of Germany’s military leaders” (“Adolf Hitler”). This gave him leverage during World War II.
He had a vision; he searched to complete and sell it to the people of Germany, and maintained characteristics of a true and definite leader. Unquestionably, Hitler transformed not only his nation into what he envisioned, but he also transformed other countries and the world of today. Because of Adolph Hitler, the United States rarely stands aside while people of another nation kill each other. The United States will react through military actions or use the United Nations to pressure countries with sanctions. Adolf Hitler led his country and defeated several countries along the way making a path for peace, bringing nations together, and creating change.
The fourth key member of Hitler’s inner circle is the German Architect Albert Speer. He was a brilliant Architect, the drawings of his buildings were what drew Hitler to recruiting Speer. Many architects dream of being able to build their own building and be able to look upon to with pride. Hitler was able to take it step further with Speer. Hitler gave him the opportunity to build complete cities.
Both Hitler and Mussolini were finally given the opportunity to form a government and carried out their election promises. Their ruling of power came about to be so similar because of their similar roads to power. Here we see some differences in the way Hitler and Mussolini actually came to power. Mussolini encountered many forms of resistance and had to co-exist with other competitors for power, such as the Italian monarchy and rivals even inside his own party. Hitler proved very strong right from the beginning and he brought his plans very nearly to completion, controlling the party and the country much more thoroughly than Mussolini could.