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Hitler's Rise to Power

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Transcript of Hitler's Rise to Power

Background
Early Years
Vienna (1908-1913)
Charged for treason

Trial made Hitler famous from mass coverage

Made his ideas known

Sentenced to five years of prison

Only served about 9 months
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Reforms Nazi Party and declares himself leader

Becomes a political party

Gains power through majority vote

Nazi Party votes:
-1924 = 3% vote
-1932 = 33% vote

Appointed chancellor of Germany in 1933

Takes control of Germany
Hitler's Rise to Power
How did Hitler gain the trust of the German citizens?
Hitler's Painting
Born on April 20, 1889

Had few contact with Jews

Wanted to become an artist


Rejected from the Academy of Arts

Was influenced by two political movements

The German racist nationalism

Karl Lueger's antisemitism
Military Service
Moved to Munich to avoid arrest

Joined the army during WW1

Was a regimental runner

Became depressed when war ended

Employed as educator and confidential informant
German Worker's Party
Was sent to visit this party in 1919

Joined the party

Became party's propaganda officer

Changed its name to National Socialist German Worker's Party or Nazi for short

Adopted the swastika as party's symbol
The Beer Hall Putsch
November 9, 1923

2000 Nazis

Attempted to control state government in Munich

Overthrow German federal government in Berlin

Goal was to establish a new government

The Putsch failed

Hitler was imprisoned
Jail and Trial
Mein Kampf
Wrote while in jail

Book is about Hitler's political and racial ideas

Serves as his blueprint for Germany

Also a warning to the world

Sold about 10 million overall

Made Hitler rich
Reestablished Nazi Party
Conclusion
Powerful speaker

Used his popularity to gain power

Modern propaganda tactics

Promised people what they wanted to hear
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How is this important to the Holocaust?

Why is this topic important for us to know about today?
By: Ejiro Uwhuba
Uasi Mataele
Venh Vong

Putsch- A violent attempt to overthrow a government.
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