Adolf Hitler As A Charismatic Leader

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Dictator Adolf Hitler is one of the most powerful charismatic leaders of all time, however his actions and deeds were not morally right, but his leadership skills were matched only by few in the world. Dictator Adolf Hitler was chancellor of Germany from 1933 to 1945, and also served as a dictator from 1934 to 1945. He rose up to power in Germany as a leader of the National Socialist German Workers Party, also known as the Nazi Party. Hitler served in world war one earning himself some bravery badges a long with it. He then became embittered over the downfall of the war effort, making a reinforcement over his passionate patriotism on Germany. After, Hitler looked over the German workers party as an Intelligence officer. Making an effort with …show more content…
The people of Germany were starving and unemployment was growing. "The people were really hungry, it was very, very hard. In that context, Hitler with his statements seemed to be the bringer of salvation”. Says Jutta Ruediger, who at the time was beginning to support the Nazis (Viewpoint: His dark charisma). Adolf Hitler was beginning to blossom as a very charismatic leader. He was a very visionary figure at the time for Germany, bringing on plans to that were allowing growth to the economic and military. Hitler also had other visions, such as making Germany the supremacy of the world and make the extinction of Judaism. All though the majority of commonplace were not in these groups, as long they took upon the world of Nazism they felt rather free from persecution. While his vision were clear and compelling to countless German citizens, it was far from acceptable to the rest of the …show more content…
After World war one was when Hitler was beginning to turn head into his favor. When he gave speeches at the Munich beer halls people were beginning to see his weaknesses were taken as strengths. Hitler’s speeches were mostly hatred, but it caught the attention of thousands of Germans who felt disgraced from the loss of the first war. Though Hitler could not debate and small talk, countless people looked upon it as a strength of character or of someone great. In the article “Viewpoint: His Dark charisma” Emil Klein, who heard Hitler speak in the 1920s “The man gave off such charisma that people that were convinced in whatever he said”. Hitler established a foundation with his audience, making a connection that was the foundation of his future triumph that many called charisma. Another piece of Adolf Hitler’s charismatic characteristic was that he really inspired trust among the people of Germany. In the economic calamity millions of German people were decisive to turn to and unfamiliar leader because of the connections that Hitler portrayed to with their fears and hopes. Some give evidence that he was more sociable in his final days as a dictator. Erna Flegal played as a main roll during Hitler’s reign. As being the Führer’s nurse she has seen firsthand of his social side. She described that one day that Hitler arrived at the building that Erna Flegal was,

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