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.
Before Hitler came to power, Germany was in bad shape and Hitler promised a better world and people believed him. Hitler gathered new members for his party who obeyed him totally until he controlled everybody all around him. The Creator of the wave was Ben Ross a young history high school teacher who was married to Christy Ross, the music teacher there at Gordon High School. He was very involved in what he did according to his wife “Not just involved but utterly absorbed,” she says (St... ... middle of paper ... ...Jewish people by the Nazi party. His call to glory was short lived as his military tact’s proved weak; like the downfall of Nepolean where Hitler found himself fighting a two front war.
THe Holocaust revolves around a single figure, Adolf Hitler. It began with Hitler trying to overthrow the German government because he was unhappy with it but ogt arrest. During his time in jail, he wrote a book where he explained his views on the world and what cause Germany's demise during World War II. He called his plan the Final Solution where he basically layed out what he felt was wrong and what needed to be done to bring back Germany to its former glory. His book recieved so much support that his five year term was barely completed.
The fire also allowed Hitler to pass the “Enabling act”, which basically meant that no one could oppose him and Germany had to do what he said without question. To aid this un-challenged state, Hitler killed a lot of members of the SA, who up until then had been a branch of the Nazi party. But they had socialist views, which were getting in the way of Hitler having ultimate power as a dictator. Finally President Hindenburg died and this allowed Hitler to seize total control of Germany. The Munich Putsch in 1923 was a failure for the Nazi party in the short term, but in the long run it helped Hitler to become dictator of Germany.
Hitler sought to right the wrongs of WW1 and bring glory back to the german people. He became a profound public speaker which helped him gain notoriety for his speeches against the treaty of versailles, rival politicians, marxists, jews, etc. He influenced the german people which caused them to all agree with him, making him very popular. Hitler came from the bottom, a poor failed artist, son of a civil servant, now at the top. His story may seem very inspiring to the common people, making him relatable.
The German population had fallen into his subducing will for power and superiority and followed in his footsteps to start hating the people that had brought them to the level they were at after the first World War. The undesirables life in Germany was horiable, and got worse everyday. The nig... ... middle of paper ... ...to prevent it from ever happening again. Because there is no doubt that there is someone as nuts as Hitler to try and kill a whole race. People should study the Holocaust as a whole to witness the distinguished disaster that was Earth at this point of time and make sure it will never happen to anyone ever again.
Germany had to give up the territory it had acquired in the war. This hit Germany hard because the country was losing the territories that offered some sort of economic help. The country lost any chance to repair the economy. Furthermore, the army had to be cut down to only 100,000 soldiers, and the army was not allowed tanks. The three main points to the treaty were: Germany “had to admit full responsibility for starting the war”(treaty), the country had to pay for the reparations, and the League of Nations was created.
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 than got out of jail to help express his ideas on help running Germany in their government and military strengths. Adolf was a great public speaker, so he gave many speaches about Germany rising up from defeat and being a leading country once again. Hitler was chancellor... ... middle of paper ... ...e you gray stripped outfits. Also when you first checked in you were no longer a person, you did not have a name. You were from then on out a number, and your number was tattooed on your wrist.
Hitler would use harsh punishment to those that challenged him for political power and those that were Jewish. In order to punish these people he decided to bring terror, violence, torture and execution (Life under Adolf Hitler – A Totalitarian Regime, 1999). Hitler had created concentration camps which were poor quality prisons and Hitler had placed groups inside the prison including the Jewish and Hitler decided to put the Jewish inside was because he had blamed them for the Treaty Of Versailles. When Hitler gained power in Germany, he strictly controlled businesses, only letting them run if they spoke well about or supported the Nazi Party. As Hitler was in power, he brought mass destruction to those that took away what Germany had away when the Treaty of Versailles was signed.