What Are The Factors That Contribute To Hitler's Rise To Power

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One man’s rise to power lead to the mass murdering of six million Jews and the destruction of the Germany economy. Several major factors contributed to Hitler’s rise to power including the outcome of World War 1 its reparations, the weakness of the Weimar Republic and the crash of the American Stock market all contributing to Germany’s shambolic state of affairs. Hitler’s efficient organization of the Nazi Party was advantageous in its appeal to a hurting nation. Rudolf Hess Deputy Fuhrer said “Hitler is Germany and Germany is Hitler”, perhaps implying that the two are inextricably linked.
Interestingly Adolf Hitler was not born in Germany but Braunau, Austria in 1889. Hitler was the son of Alois Hitler and Klara Hitler. Alois worked as a shoe maker and wanted Adolf Hitler to follow in his footsteps but Hitler wanted to be
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In 1933 the next elections are held and the Nazis secured a majority of seats in Reichstag by declaring the communist’s party illegal due to their plots.
Hitler immediately made the Reichstag pass an enabling law which gave him enormous powers. The enabling law had been one of the flaws of the Weimar Republic. It gave the President powers to cancel out any other laws especially during an emergency. Using this Hitler made a start to becoming a dictator. He this power to destroy the trade unions and made all other political parties illegal.
The Nazis used their excellent propaganda skills to persuade the German people to agree with the views that the Nazi Party had. Joseph Goebbels was appointed minister of propaganda and he targeted specific groups of society and he was very successful in this. The Nazis got their funding from rich communist fearing business men in Germany. This Money allowed them to produce propaganda, control the media and run

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