The Reasons Hitler was Made Chancellor of Germany In Germany in 1933, Hitler's Nazis party was growing extremely popular with the Germans. This posed a problem for the current government, The Weimar republic who were losing popularity. Hitler promised things that the German people needed: Hitler offered a strong leadership, like that of the Kaiser, older Germans who were alive during the reign of the Kaiser, warmed to this type of ruling. Hitler promised the cancellation of the treaty of Versailles, which was still a subject which angered many people; many still held the signing of the treaty against the Weimar. Hitler's use of the SA forced people into voting for him.
Lastly he hoped to expand east... ... middle of paper ... ...r of Great Britain. However, having the determination that Hitler did was not enough to defeat the Allied forces as the war went on. He went as far to believe that he had fought the wrong war, but why? His foreign policies were clear from the very beginning: destroy the Treaty of Versailles, unite all German-speaking nations, and racially cleanse the land he wanted to create for his new collection of German people. His statement must be made false due to the fact that even though he lost the war, Hitler had the footing and power to achieve most of his goals.
In 1889, Adolf Hitler was born in Braunau an Inn, Austria-Hungary to Klara and Alois Hitler. Hitler did extremely well in primary school; his grades were above average. Hitler's father wanted him to enter the civil service and thus sent him to Realschule, a secondary school that emphasized modern languages and technical subjects. Since Hitler wanted to be an artist, he purposely did poorly in Realschule. His father died in 1903 and the absence of a fatherly figure led to Hitler's dropping out of school entirely.
Also a interesting fact is that Hitler was coached in public speaking by Dietrich Eckart. While Hitler was in control of Germany, he affected the world, in many different ways, some evil, but also many good. This was because he was an okay leader. He helped to improve Germany’s economy and military. He also added a lot of territory to the borders of Germany, and the majority of the people under his rule came together in national unity believing in Hitler.
The Holocaust is most well-known for the organized and inhumane extermination of more than six million Jews. The death total of the Jews is this most staggering; however, other groups such as Gypsies, Poles, Russians, political groups, Jehovah’s witnesses, and homosexuals were targeted as well (Holocaust Encyclopedia: Introduction to the Holocaust). The initial idea of persecuting select groups of people began with Adolf Hitler’s rise to power in Germany. In January 1930, Hitler became the Chancellor of Germany after winning over its people with powerful and moving speeches. From this point forward, it was a goal for both Hitler and his Nazi Party to rid the world of deemed “inferior” groups of people (Holocaust Encyclopedia: Timeline of Events).
In 1919, Hitler attended his first meeting of the German Worker’s party as a spy for the German Army, but found that he was compelled by their ideas. Hitler discovered he agreed with Anton Drexler’s views on German nationalism and anti-Semitism. However, Hitler disagreed with how the party was organised which lead him to make a passionate speech. Hitler gained ... ... middle of paper ... ...port/hitler-becomes-chancellor/#.U2MghhBdWSo>. "Liberation of Nazi Camps."
“Above all I charge the leaders of the nation and those under them to scrupulous observance of the laws of race and to merciless opposition to the universal poisoner of all peoples, international Jewry.” On April 30, 1945, Hitler committed suicide before any Allied Power could touch him. In conclusion, Hitler completely turned Germany around. He was able to get them out of a great depression. He was a mastermind and was able to completely alter the way people thought about things. He ordered and organized the complete genocide of Jews, the Holocaust.
Resuming with the Holocaust, the Final Solution was a plan to free the German blood of people who Hitler thought were responsible for Germany's downfall. He called them the Undesirables. From there own he made his way up through the different ranks in the German government and soon became second in power. The way he planned out everything was absolutely amazing. Eventually he became second in power and started to make changes to some of the laws.
Adolf attended elementary school for four years and entered secondary school at the age of eleven. Adolf's dreams of becoming an artist did not match the government official job his father wanted him to have. These fights over what he wanted to be, lead Adolf to lose interest in getting good grades and dropped out at the age of sixteen.When his father died Adolf roamed the streets of Linz dreaming of his future as an artist. He attended a great deal of operas and loved the musical work by Robert Wagner. At 18, Hitler tried to enter the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna but was rejected twice.
By 1933, due to several reasons, Hitler was able to make his party the largest in Germany and also very cleverly change the German constitution so that he could become dictator of Germany. Hitler was fiercely patriotic and believed the German race to be far superior to any others especially those to the East. Like many others, Hitler was outraged with the Treaty of Versailles which he felt was extremely unfair and unjust. He aimed to completely overturn the Treaty which would restore German pride and make Germany strong once again; it would also unite all German people together in the then split up country of Germany. As a fascist Hitler despised the communism of Russia in the East and furthermore intended to 'smash' it and take land to the East for 'lebensraum'(living space).