So with power in mind, Germany followed Hitler’s lead, which led to the annihilation and almost extinction of the Jews in Europe. We have all heard the horror stories of the concentration camps, and the events that were a part of World War Two. It is sad to say, but only a man who had great intelligence and leadership qualities could lead such a battle. No man before Hitler reigned in so much power, and no man after him has even come close. Although his actions were not justified, Hitler became the most dominant man in the world.
However, I understand majority of people in this planet would say that Hitler was a horrible human being, but many do not want to recognize that he was a great leader and many people might disagree about him being a great leader because he led Germany to another loss, but this was inevitable because one man cannot stand against the world and hope to win. Nevertheless, Hitler exemplified qualities like having a vision, being eloquent, charismatic, tyrannical, and strong willed necessary for a strong leader. Hitler was one of the greatest leaders of all time and should be a guide for future leaders wanting to better the world.
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.
Jakub Pekarik History Mr. Darling 13 May 2014 Hitler’s way to power There are many things that can be said about Adolf Hitler. He might be the most hated person in the entire modern history but what he achieved is undoubtedly incredible. Even though it was on bad purpose the way he reached his goal was very complicated and followed with a lot of struggle and everyone would probably agree that he wasn’t an ordinary person. This Nazi German leader had a really interesting life and many influences in his life that affected his hatridge toward jews.
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.
The Weimar Republic eventual demise was a product of circumstance, the Republic was not doomed to failure based on it won merits. It was inside forces like the Nazis as well as other coalitions who worked to destroy it from the interior. Hitler was appointed chancellor by men who underestimated his abilities. Hitler a master manipulator used circumstance and planning to his advantage, and took virtually absolute power over Germany. Hitler was by no means a mythical character, he was just in the right place at the right time, and he was smart enough to recognize that.
The suffering that many Germans had to go through because of the Treaty of Versailles was tragic and unforgiveable by many. This caused a leader to be born in such troubling times, some of the reasons that this leader was needed included the results of World War 1, the sense of hope and belief that everything will be okay, and a man that could lead the people thought the troubling time; a man who would give the people a chance to trust their government. World War II, the most violent and inhumane war of human history; yet, it was also one of the most preventable. Over 60 million lives were lost globally due to the war whether it was civilians or military personnel. Historians have argued the several causes of World War II for decades and there was not only one factor that contributed to the war.
Hitler’s influence on the world, although not a good one, is unquestionable. Many leaders have had inspirations of ruling the world, but few of those leaders have had the strength or power to even attempt world domination. Hitler was one of those few, whose ability to convince people into believing him and leading a country was unbelievable. Hitler rose to the occasion when Germany was in desperate need of a leader who would do anything to improve the country’s power status. Have all heard the horror stories of the concentration camps, and the events that were a part of World War II, its sad to say, but only a man who had great intelligence and leadership qualities could lead such a battle.
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".
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.