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.
Hitler's use of the SA forced people into voting for him. Hitler knew he could not keep these promises, but he made the People of Germany believe him, he was able to touch people's emotions, his rally's created excitement and positivness in the German people. Hitler was their last chance to help restore Germany to her to respectability and powerfulness. Hindenburg seeing Hitler's popularity grow, had to think of something to protect the Weimar but at the same time keep control of Hitler. There are many reasons for Hitler being made Chancellor.
In just a few short years,... ... middle of paper ... ...ason Hitler rose up and became one of the most charasmatic and respected leader at the time, this was due to many different factors which each played a key role in his rise to power. From the great depression in 1929 to the date of becoming Chancellor in 1933, Hitler managed to seize power by decieving the population and making them believe that he was the solution. From the long term causes to the immédiate causes Hitler managed to build himself up to become one of the most powerfully people in Germany. Works Cited http://history1900s.about.com/od/1930s/a/Hitler-Appointed-Chancellor.htm http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20090401130204AAIvopG http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/history/mwh/germany/hitlerpowerrev2.shtml http://www.johndclare.net/Weimar7.htm http://edlose.edublogs.org/2013/04/28/hitlers-rise-to-power-long-short-term-causes/
Adolf Hitler’s rise to power can be largely attributed to his ability to make use of events that happened in Weimar Germany, however much of his success came from careful, precise planning. Life after World War One was difficult for all Germans; the country was in political chaos with other factors leading to the relatively easy rise to power of Hitler. During the Stresemann years Germany started to rebuild itself leading which required Hitler to very carefully plan the ways in which he conducted himself, his party and the information that he released to the public. When Germany plunged into the depression it created another opportune moment for Hitler to strike but he did so through the use of carefully manipulated propaganda which had to be distributed in a way that would lead the German people in the way the Nazis wanted. It is impossible to argue against the opportunism that Hitler utilized to make his final ascension to power.
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.
The series of catastrophic events that took place in Germany from 1918 onward helped pave the way for Hitler's rise to power. Through propaganda, Hitler used the turmoil's of the German people to expand his power. More than anything it was economics driving the population into the hands of a man who seemed like Germany's last resort. On June 28, 1919, the Treaty of Versailles was signed. Under the terms of the treaty, Germany was forced to accept responsibility for causing the war and had to pay immense war reparations for all the damage that had been done.
The failure of the economy, extreme nationalism and the fragile government of Germany in the 1920’s and 30’s could also be seen as the reason for Hitler’s success(Wepman 98). The end of W.W.I left Germany in economic debt, suffering to survive. The Treaty of Versailles blamed Germany for the war and required them to pay for all the reparations. With many unemployed and homeless, the country was in economic ruins(Heck 120). To try and end their suffering, the German government printed more money, which in turn caused inflation and more problems.
The German Community during the Hitler Reign In the time leading up to and during Hitler’s reign in Germany, German citizens felt the impacts of the political as well as the economic situation of the country. These conditions in Germany led to the building of the Nazi party and to the Holocaust. The new government headed by Adolf Hitler changed the life of all Germans whether they joined the Nazi party themselves or opposed the ideas of Hitler or aided Jews to fight the persecution they suffered under this government. In 1929, Germany was in a very poor state economically. The stock market crash and depression in the United States had spread world wide, and Germany felt a large portion of the blow.
Importance of Actions and Skills of Hitler and the Nazi Movement to Winning Support In 1932 the Nazis became the most popular German party ever with 37 per cent of the vote. It can be argued that this happened thanks to the context that the Party was surrounded by, therefore the world economic depression and the failings of the Weimar government. However, in many ways, the Nazi's contributed to their own success determining a change in the voting behaviour. After 1929, the Great Depression acted as a catalyst, igniting the German people's anger towards the Weimar Republic and causing a rise in membership and support for Hitler's party. Some historians believe that Hitler could never have come to power had not the Weimar Republic been subjected to the unprecedented strain of a world economic crisis.
His nationalistic and passionate speaking skills gained him the respect of many Germans in very bad times. As Hitler rose to power the future destruction of Germany began. The Treaty of Versailles played a significant role in the country of Germany after World War I. The Big Three constructed the treaty with all of their own ideas and they came up with a deal that took Germany out of the national picture until World War II. The treaty effected Germany economically, militarily, socially, and politically.