Hitlers Rise To Power Patrick hagans

Hitler came to the position of chanceoller 15 years after ww1. He belived that the loss was caused by the ´ enemys within Germany. he missed alot of fighting during ww1 due to two injuries one from mustard gas wich blinded him temporarolly and the other in a bullet hitting him in the leg. Hitler felt that the treaty of verisais (atreaty that gave the germans complete blame and pay for the war) was embarrasing to the germans.hitler was a big fan of the propaganda that blamed forigners for the loss in ww1.

Before his unpresidented rise he worked as an informant for the goverment. while on a mission hitler discovered the german workers party and became the 7th member.soon after becoming a member he took controll of the small party and began his political carrer. In 1920 hitler decided to change the name of the german workers party to the national socialist workers party or nazi for short.

hitler decided to adopt the shwastica as the nazi flag in 1920. Hitler and the nazi party were often overlooked in the roaring twenties.the old german goverment attempted to overthrow the new one in the early 1920 but hitler managed to slip away. Hitler tried but failed to overthrow the goverment with the nazi party in 1923. Hitler was given a 5 year sentence but only served about nine months. While in prison hitler wrote his book Mein Kampf (my struggle).Since most of the judgesloved hitler he was put in one of the finest ''cells'' wich was more of a hotel room.During this time the nazi party came to the brink of collapse.

Hitler was a man who put fear in anyone who opposed him. Hitler also wasput higher in politics when ''someone'' burned down the reichstag building.in 1930 hitler and the nazi party won twenty four precent of seats in th reichstag. Then thirty three precent in 1931 along with 231 seats. Then the party lost two million voters in 1932. With his many victorys in politics hitler was offered to be vice chanceoller but denied it wanting to become chanceoller. Hitler won this all by appealing to the middle and lower class as many higher classes disliked him.But enough wealthy buisness men liked him to keep them going. hitler made his propaganda to blame the jews for everything. the failiure of the reichstag put the nazis in a place to take the goverment over.Hitler used ww1 as a disgrace and promised to repeal the treaty of verisais.Hitler promised evreybody everything wich made everyone support him.

Hitler made it seem like he was the ''last hope'' for germany'' when the depression hit.Outside the political world hitler had very few friends.The speeches hitler gave were popular due to the fire in his voice.He was also able to put fear into his opponents.He belived the aryans were the most pure race.The nazis were popular because of hitler.He was so popular infact that the goverment could not say no to him anymore.Hitler also fought communism vigurously.As hitler was rising he put in many polocies on jews and disabled people.

Hitler started wanting to become chanceoller after narrowly losing to Hindenburg in the 1932 election. He began pestering Hindenburg to let him become Chanceoller. Hindenburg rejected this as he was worried Hitler would overthrow the goverment.

After awhile Hindenburg started to get worried as more and more people wanted hitler as chanceoller. Then on january 30 1933 Hitler was appointed chanceoller and started attempting to overthrow the goverment wich he successfully did in 1934.

After he came to Chanceoller and took total control he made his title Fuher. Hitler decided to break the treaty of Verisais preparing his army and putting troops in the Reighnlands (the border between germany and france). Then on September,1,1939 Hitler invaded France

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