How Did Hitler Rise To Power

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During the 20th century, the Germans faced an appalling economic depression and during that time, the people lost trust in their government, and taking advantage of this opportunity, Hitler rose to power. Germany became secluded, and to the German people, Hitler was their ultimate savior. In a matter of years, Hitler rapidly rose to power and boosted the economy. Hitler and his Nazi party rise to power was one of chance and circumstance. His alternative views struck chord with the people; he was able to channel Germany’s disgust for the Weimar Republic, Treaty of Versailles and minority groups into support for his National socialist Party. Along with the rest of Germany, Adolf Hitler was depressed after World War I due to the forfeiture and the conditions of the…show more content…
His main task involved finding out who were Marxists, and on September 12, 1919, he investigated them at a hall in Munich, Sterneckerbrau, where a meeting took place. During the meeting, he gave a passionate speech that mesmerized his audience, and as a result, he was asked to join the German Worker's Party, to which he accepted. Abandoning his undercover spy mission, he became enthusiastic about the group and came to be highly immersed with their activities. In addition, he placed ads for rallies and public meetings in anti-Semitic newspapers. Soon enough, the German Worker's Party was changed to National Socialist German Worker's Party (NAZI). For the party's platform, Hitler created the twenty-five points that concerned nullifying the Treaty of Versailles, revoking civil rights for Jews, confiscating war profits, and seizing land by decision of state. The party also gave him an opening of populating himself and some of his talents were exposed. He discovered himself as an excellent public speaker who managed to persuade the Germany people of the oppression they were going through because of the
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