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Adolf Hitler's Rise to Power

The journey that Adolf took to seize power over Germany a lot of Europe
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David Brugh

on 16 October 2012

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Transcript of Adolf Hitler's Rise to Power

Adolf Hitler's Rise to Power Hitler was born at 6:30 pm
on April 20, 1889 in Austria,
Germany Hitler's new hatred for Jews became a major
part in the organization's political plan.Hitler
built it up and turned it into an actual political
party. Newspapers soon advertised their meetings. On October 16, 1919, Hitler delivered a speech
that captured his audience. Soon mass meetings
attracted hundreds of people eager to hear the
young leader. On February 24, 1920, Hitler presented his
25 point party program. One of the main
points was to target the jews, others;
abrogation of the Versallies Treaty, confiscating
war profits, revoking civil rights for Jews, and
expelling Jewish immigrants after the war. Hitler also promoted the popular welfare, the right of self determination for all germans and equal rights for the state. The NAZI party started gaining thousands of members, most victims of hyper inflation and found comfort in blaming the Jews for their trouble. The price of an egg, for example, had jumped to 3 million times it original price in 10 years. Hitler was tried for treason, but conservative judges allowed him to use his trial for propaganda forum for his ideas. He was convicted and sentenced to serve 5 years imprisonment at Landsberg but only stayed 8 months. While in prison he wrote the first part of Mein Kampf, an autobiographical book that explained how he felt about Germany's future. Once out of prison Hitler decided to seize power in a different way. He quickly reestablished the NAZI party. He won the northern farmers and white collars votes in small towns which produced an electoral victory in 1930. IN 1932 Hitler ran for president and only got 30% of the vote forcing Paul von Hindenburg into a runoff election. In July 1932 the NAZI's vote declined and their movement weakened. After losing presidential election to Hindenburg, Hitler decided to join a coalition government as chancellor in January 1933 Upon Hindenburg's death in August 1934, Hitler was named dictator. By claiming credit for the improving economy, Hitler consolidated his power of
dictatorship. In 1937 Hitler called together all of his military aides and discussed the outline for his plans of the progressing war in Europe. Anyone who did not agree was ordered to leave. www2.dsu.nodak.edu/users/dmeier/Holocaust/hitler.html.David Meier.Dickens State University.Sptember 19, 2012<http://www2.dsu.nodak.edu> By Victor Zimbardi The DAP was renamed the NAtionalsoZIalistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei or National Socialist German Workers' Party. NAZI for short Austria, Germany After recovering injuries from World
War 1, Hitler was recruited by the
Press and Propaganda Department of
Group Four. Hitler's job was to keep tabs
on the Germans Workers' Party. He saw this
as a way to seize power. When he entered,
the department was disorganized and had few
members. Adolf Hitler circa 1909 Hitler nearly died several times
while fighting in the trenches. On the ninth of November, 1923 Hitler led 2,000
Brown Shirts in an attempt to take over the Bavarian
Government and get rid of the Jews and Communists.
However the police easily controlled the revolt. cited work
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