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Adolf Hitler, the leader of the Nazi Party, was suave, charismatic and always impressive. Unfortunately, Hitler had a very memorable personality. Discuss.

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Adolf Hitler, the leader of the Nazi Party, was suave, charismatic and always impressive. Unfortunately, Hitler had a very memorable personality, and it has been stated that it was his personality that held the Nazi party together. Hitler was the party's main weapon. He was a passionate and emotive speaker who captured his audiences' attention with greater ease than any other figure in history. "He shone in print and positively dazzled on the lecture platform." The unsatisfactory results of World War One, Hitler's use of propaganda, Hitler's Youth Group, the organisation of the Nazi Party, and the Great Depression all aided the Nazi Party for it's rise and the popularity of Hitler. Although World War 1 was over, the events of 1918 came as a great shock to Germans. The war had been launched in a wave of patriotism, unity, and optimism in 1914. In the East, the war had gone particularly well for Germany, victory had seemed within her grasp. The defeat and armistice therefore left many Germans in a state of shock about the course of events. As a result, many believed and found comfort in various conspiracy theories that appeared. ...read more.

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Hitler was able to harness the energies of younger people, who would later continue to increase Nazi membership when they were able to become full members. This growing of membership helped the Nazi Party rise to power and increased the popularity of Hitler. After becoming dictator, Hitler turned his attention to the driving force that had propelled him into politics in the first place, his hatred of the Jews. It began with a simple boycott on April 1, 1933, and would end years later in the greatest tragedy in all of human history. It is evident that Hitler cleverly manipulated the people so that he was portrayed in the most positive light possible. The Germans were effectively brainwashed, and It is obvious that Hitler's strongest point was his propaganda which he managed marvellously from the beginning. Bibliography: Internet Sites: (Online). Avaliable Internet: http://www.123helpme.com/search.asp?text=Crisis (Assessed Friday, 16th May 2008). Explain the reasons for the popularity of Hitler and the rise of The Nazi Party Intro- Hitler and Nazi Party- Explain reasons for rise to power. * Hit, leader of NP was suave, charismatic+always impressive. * Hit unfortunately,had a very memorable personality- been stated that it was his personality that held N.P together. ...read more.

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The peasants, the Ns said, were of true German blood and their life was the true German life. P3 Hitler's youth group * 1927,- established the Hitler Youth Group to draw younger people to the NP. This gave them a youthful, energetic source of members,+younger people were keen to join. Hit was very intelligent in his plans to attract Germ youth+successfully sought to project the image of youth, dynamism, strength, power+ unity. Hit was able to harness the energies of younger people, who would later continue to increase Nazi membership when they were able to become full members. This growing of membership helped the Nazi Party rise to power and increased the popularity of Hit. Conclusion After becoming dictator, Hit turned attention to the driving force that had propelled him into politics in the first place, his hatred of the Jews. It began with a simple boycott on April 1, 1933,&would end years later in the greatest tragedy in all of human history. evident that Hitcleverly manipulated the ppl so that he was portrayed in the most positive light possible. The Germs were effectively brainwashed,- It is obvious that Hit's strongest point was his propa.which he managed marvellously from the beginning. Internet Sites: (Online). Avaliable Internet: http://www.123helpme.com/search.asp?text=Crisis (Assessed Friday, 16th May 2008). ...read more.

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