The German people and lost all hope in the Weimar republic, and started looking for a radical change, brought forth party radical parties...the communists and the nazis. As a result of 1929, Hitler became remarkably popular. He made promises to the military and to industrialists saying that he would return Germany back to greatness once again. Hitler exploited the trust of the German public to its fullest during these times of hardship so he could gain the support he needed to gain full control of the German state. The weakness of the Constitution of the Weimar Republic significantly helped Hitler establish and develop the Nazi party.
Hitler’s rise to power came from many different causes however, his reign as chancellor did not come immediately there were many long-term causes that played a key role within Hitler’s rise to power. Another key factor that played a role in Hitlers rise to power was after World War one as the treaty of Versailles took away Germanys colonies and forced them to pay 33billion dollars, to Britain and France. This debt in return completely bankrupted Germany and economically enslaved the people of Germany. Unemployment and inflation at the time was out of control. Ther German currency lost so much value that people were struggling to buy a simple loaf of bread.
The stock market crash and depression in the United States had spread world wide, and Germany felt a large portion of the blow. The debts from World War I had begun the economic crisis, but the depression only added to the problem. At that point in time, Germany was plagued with high inflation, and the value of the German mar was on the decline. Bread lines formed because of the food shortage leaving many people to go hungry. This economic state is one of the driving forces behind the successful takeover of the German state by the Nazi party.
Seen as one of the harshest times, the Economic Depression did not only affect Germany. The Wall Street Crash had an enormous effect on many countries all over the world. As mistaken by economists and leaders, the “mild bump” increased to an overgrowing problem, which ended with disaster. As the value of money decreased, many governments decided to print more money. Germany’s economy was very susceptible since it was built up on the American loans.
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 main problems with the German system were that no one party had absolute control.
We can all agree that Hitler’s master plan was corrupt. And that it is to the world’s benefit that Hitler was not able to accomplish his master plan. But we must also notice that Hitler is a man who had a great amount of power, and came as close as anyone to dominating the world. Although his beliefs and actions are defiantly corrupt, Hitler’s effect on the world is enormous. Hitler fought for the German culture that he loved, and influenced the Germans into fighting with him.
Germany's economy after World War I had been based on outside advances, particularly credits from the United States, and on world exchange, which was likewise focused around an arrangement of advances. Hence when the misery hit, the German economy fallen. By 1932, 6 million Germans were unemployed. The German individuals and lost all trust in the Weimar republic, and began searching for a radical change, delivered gathering radical parties...the communists and the nazis. As an aftereffect of 1929, Hitler got to be exceptionally mainstream.
The Rise of the Nazi Party Hitler’s rise to power was the result of many factors, but Hitler’s ability to take advantage of Germany’s poor leadership and economical and political conditions was the most significant factor. His ability to manipulate the media and the German public whilst taking advantage of Germany’s poor leadership resulted in both the collapse of the Weimar Republic and the rise of Hitler and the nazi party. During the early 1920s, Germany was struggling with economic instability and political uncertainty. Germany, after being defeated in the Great War, was forced to sign the unforgiving treaty of Versailles, which the Weimar Republic was held responsible for. This brought forward feelings of fear, anger and insecurity towards the Weimar Republic.
The second factor was Hitler’s ability to use the circumstances of the day to his advantage, one of which was the German depression that began in 1929. Even with Hitler’s ability to win the masses over could not have been achieved without the many external factors, like the ever worsening crisis that the government was experiencing. Hitler’s public appeal became his greatest factor in his rise to power and as such more and more people were swayed by his ideology. Finally, Hitler’s own opposition helped him, insomuch that his political rivals could neither overcome nor counter Hitler’s popularity. Hitler had to overcome many roadblocks on his way to power, one of which was internal strife within the Nazi party.
Hitler The year was 1929, the Great Depression had hit hard all over the world. People were losing their jobs, and their way of life was changing drastically right before their eyes; the people needed money fast. They needed to rebuild their lives and get back on their feet again, economically, politically, and socially. They needed a way out of this slump fast, and Hitler was there for the rescue. In 1933, Germany was facing a high unemployment level, leaving people to fend for themselves on the streets, Hitler took advantage of the peoples low moral and made them big promises of the dawn of a new era for Germany.