Hitler and his childhood friends would greet one another by saying “Heil” as well as si... ... middle of paper ... ...ence in their weak government, allowing the thoughts for a new leaders in Germany. Strategically Hitler and the Nazis capitalized on the situation by blaming the current ruling government for germany’s problems. Hitler and his Party began continuously winning elections. During the elections of July 1932, they were able to capture 33 percent of the votes in the Reichstag also know as the German parliament. By January 1933, hitler was appointed as the new German Chancellor.
According to Britannica Biographies, Franz von Papen worked in favor of the Nazi party even while he served as chancellor, “ In effort to appease the Nazis, who formed the second largest party in Parliament he lifted the ban on the Nazis’ paramilitary Sturmabteilung (SA) on June 15 and deposed the Social Democratic government of Prussia on July 20.” In this act he was strengthening the Nazi party and setting up Germany to be capable of being ruled by a Nazi government. Papen was involved with Hitler form 1932-1933, during this time, he worked in Hitler's cabinet as vice chancellor and strived to strengthen the Nazi Party. He then continued to support the Nazi party even after he resigned as vice chancellor and became ambassador to Austria. After becoming ambassador to Austria he helped organize the plan for its takeover. Even after learning of political killings of his close associates and other crimes committed by... ... middle of paper ...
In that time, Hitler wrote a book titled "Mein Kampf", whch translates to "My Struggle". In "Mein Kampf", he speaks of his ideas for Germany's future, which he titled the "Final Solution". After his release, Hitler joined the Nazi party, and a few years later, he controlled it. He slowly gained power in the German government, and in 1933, he was appointed chancellor of Germany. He eventually removed the position of president in Germany (after the previous president's death), which left Hitler as the sole leader of Germany.
When the Great Depression struck in 1929, promising a strong Germany, jobs, and national glory, he attracted millions of voters. Hitler came to absolute power in 1933. When was in power, he took thousands of anti-Nazis off to concentration camps, gave jobs to everyone who was a Nazi, and managed to make German people believe in him to take control over all Europe. He negated the concept of human equality and claimed racial superiority for the Germans. As the master or Aryan race, they were told, they had the right to dominate all nations they wanted.
In January of 1933, Adolf Hitler was sworn in as chancellor of Germany. At the time Hitler assumed power, the German government was suffering due to the Great Depression caused by World War 1. Hitler, a man who had spent the entirety of his political career denouncing and attempting to destroy the German Republic, was now the leader of said Republic. Hitler was widely supported by his Nazi party. Hitler was very vocal in letting his displeasures be known and his people believed his repeated promises to get rid of the Treaty of Versailles and enlarge the army.
The party was known as the Nazi Party. In 1923 the Nazi Party tried to take of the Weimar Republic's government under Hitlers control. Because of that, he was imprisoned for 9 months. After ten years in 1933, Hitler was elected into the German government. With the amount of power Hitler had, he felt he could do what he wanted and he killed and put many of his enemies in jail.
“His prison stay was more like a house arrest and became a media event that, incredibly, earned him the sympathy of the masses” (Wein). While Hitler was in prison he wrote his book called Mein Kampf. In his book he wrote about things that he believed and his great plans for Germany. Some of which were: his plan to conquer much of Europe, territories lost in World War I would be recovered, along with Austria and parts of Czechoslovakia, basically wherever Germans lived would be added to the nation of Germany. The growing German nation would seize Lebensraum , a living space, from Poland, the Soviet Union, and other countries to the east.
These new voters heard the claims of the extremist parties who claimed they could solve all Germanys problems. The nazis blamed the Weimar republic, the treaty of Versailles, the Marxist's and the jews and promised to get rid of "the enemy within". As a result of 1929, Hitler became remarkably popular. He made promises to the military and to industrialists saying that he would return Germany
His words gave people in Germany hope. The way he smoke mesmerized so many. Hitler rose to power in the DAP with his tremendous propaganda skills as well. In 1920, Adolf became the chief of propaganda in the party. After gaining power slowly in the party he proposed a name change for the party on February 1920, thus the swastika was born and the party will forever be known as the NSDAP or the Nazi Party.
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.