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    Paul Von Hindenburg was a renowned military and political leader for Germany; he is most notable for being a distinguished Field Marshal for the Imperial German Army during WWI, and being the second president of the Weimar republic. His military hero status was essential for his ability to garner support from the German public. His monarchistic views were highly influential in shaping the government while he was reigning as president, and as a result of his seat of presidency, he was a major determining

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    Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Johann Wolfgang von Goethe was born in 1749 on August 28 in Frankfurt, Germany, and died in 1832 on March 22 in Weimar, Germany. Goethe was 82 at his time of death and he lived in Modern Times. Goethe was a German poet, writer, scientist, theatre manager, critic, and an amateur artist. He is considered the greatest German literary figure of modern times. Goethe was born in a large house in Frankfurt, Germany. As Goethe was growing up he was home schooled. His father

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    Have you ever wondered how Hitler became insane? What his thoughts and past were? The life stealing criminal Hitler has committed some of the worst crimes in History. With the crimes Hitler committed, it is hard to understand his motivation. Hitler’s past life has a lot to do with the crimes he committed. Hitler’s childhood wasn’t very stable. Throughout his life he moved around with his family a lot making it hard for him to settle in. Overall Hitler was a pretty smart and clever kid, he got good

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    personal instrument of terror on a continental scale as well as a gigantic military force. Now, in the summer of 1934, there was only one man who stood between Adolf Hitler and absolute power in Germany. And that man, 87-year-old President Paul von Hindenburg, lay dying at his country estate. For several weeks, everyone awaited the Old Gentleman's demise with a nagging sense of uncertainty over what it might mean for Germany's future. Hitler, however, knew exactly what it would mean.

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    majority needed). At this time, there was little stability in the German government, and seeking a solution to this instability, President Paul von Hindenburg appointed Hitler chancellor on January 30, 1933. As Hitler would not settle for the vice-chancellery, Hindenburg's current chancellor Franz Von Papen agreed to be demoted to that position. He and Von Papen thought that they could control Hitler and therefore also the increasingly menacing threat ... ... middle of paper ... ...re Decree

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    Adolf Hitler, said to be one of the most evil political leaders who ever lived, killed a total of six million people just because they were Jewish. Also he killed millions more just because they were not German even though Hitler was one of the most evil political leaders who ever lived; he was also one of the most impressive leaders who have ever lived. Hitler was one of the most powerful leaders in the world, because he changed Germany in ways others couldn’t and still can’t do till this day. Also

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    Hitler

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    When Adolf Hitler walked into the presidential office of Paul von Hindenburg to become chancellor, the old gentleman was so annoyed he would hardly look at him. He had been kept waiting while Hitler and conservative leader Alfred Hugenberg argued over Hitler's demand for new elections. It was the final argument in what had been a huge tangled web of political infighting and backstabbing that finally resulted in Adolf Hitler becoming Chancellor of Germany. Germany was a nation that in its history

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    The Brave Life of Adolf Hitler

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    He wept for his country when they were defeated in World War I, and ever since then, he has been determined to restore his country to its rightful honor, great military, and outstanding economic power. This man’s name, is Adolf Hitler. He never let people get in his way when he was trying to achieve his goals for Germany. He also always went farther than his natural goals, gaining himself more and more respect from the people. Adolf Hitler deserves an honorary knight award, for he is brave, well

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    Adolf Hitler has made one of the biggest impacts on the world since WWII. His harsh, cruel killings and discriminatory hate for civilians has plagued him as a ruthless, evil dictator. But he was an aspiring artist, a son who didn’t get along with his father, and had a mother dying of breast cancer from a young age. Hitler has gone down in history as an infamous, brutal dictator, responsible for thousands of deaths and suffering. Adolf’s past is vastly different from his future, in which he had transformed

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    Post World War I Germany

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    pride after the War, the country was plagued by hyperinflation and unemployment. The people of the nation were beginning to lose faith not only in their government, but also in democracy itself. Relevant History Prior to World War I Under Otto von Bismarck’s leadership, Prussia underwent three wars that led to the formation of Germany in its modern form: the Schleswig-Holstein War (1864), the Austro-Prussian War (1866), and the Franco-Prussian War (1870-1871). The Schleswig-Holstein War was

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