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Germany. Hitler’s desire to unite all people of German race, create a sense of national community, emphasize the superiority of the Germans and demand a strong German state can all be tracked back to the excessive German nationalism that emerged after World
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Secondary 3 Elective History Unit 1 Rise of Authoritarian Regimes (Germany) Reasons for the Rise of HitlerSecondary 3 Elective History Unit 1 Rise of Authoritarian Regimes (Germany) Reasons for the Rise of Hitler
The Constitution and the System of Proportional Representation caused short-lived coalition governments to govern the country and created instability
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To what extent did the Nazi Party rely on force to stay in power?To what extent did the Nazi Party rely on force to stay in power?
The following points will be discussed in this essay; how he established a one party state, more open force in 1934, control of the German people and also the force used against the Jews and other minorities
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Braunau, Austria in 1889. He was the fourth child in his family. His father was a minor customs official for the government, which required the family to move to a number of small towns in Austria. His mother always indulged Hitler as a
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Blitzkrieg2, kept his enemies on the run. Adolf Hitler had very strong political and military strategies; however, his ego led to the mismanagement of military resources and eventually the downfall of Germany and the Nazi party during the waning days of World
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Some Germans believed the new Government had betrayed Germany by signing the armistice
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Persuasion is: a means of persuading someone to do or believe something; an argument or inducement PropagandaPersuasion is: a means of persuading someone to do or believe something; an argument or inducement Propaganda
Propaganda is: information, especially of a biased or misleading nature, used to promote or publicize a particular political cause or point of view
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All the following were present from the 1920s: Long‐term bitternessAll the following were present from the 1920s: Long‐term bitterness
The story of why Hitler came to power is about the reasons why the German people lost their senses and allowed a vicious madman to come to power. What could have brought this about?
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World War II study Guide Explain how the Treaty of Versailles led to World War IIWorld War II study Guide Explain how the Treaty of Versailles led to World War II
It punished Germany too harshly and led to economic depression. It explains why the German people were desperate to follow a strong leader like Hitler
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