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After the stunning success of the 1930 election, thousands of new members poured into the Nazi party. Now, in the spring of 1932, with six million unemployed, chaos in Berlin, starvation and ruin

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Did the German people benefit from the nazi rule? After the stunning success of the 1930 election, thousands of new members poured into the Nazi party. Now, in the spring of 1932, with six million unemployed, chaos in Berlin, starvation and ruin, the threat of a very uncertain future, Hitler seemed to be the answer. They turned to him by the millions. In the presidential elections held on march 13, 1932, Hitler got over eleven million votes (11,339,446) or thirty percent of the total. Hindenburg got 18,651,497 votes or forty nine percent. Hindenburg failed to get the absolute majority he needed, making a run-off election necessary. ...read more.

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There was a lot of people that benefited from the Nazi rule, groups such as minority group failed to benefit from the rule. Hitler butchered, murdered and tortured Jews, Muslims and anyone that wasn't German. Hitler put the fear of God into minority groups. Hitler made great friendship and support with people such as businessmen. He done something which they loved, he got rid of trade unions. This meant that the working men of Germany had no say in what happened at the world of work. In doing this he also created many enemies, none big enough to speak out against him, Hitler took away any human rights that any man, women or child had. ...read more.

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He got rid of anyone and anything that was Anti-German. Hitler was a terrorist and a paramilitary, he tortured, murdered and brutalised the people of Germany. In has been written in history that Hitler was the most evil man ever to walk the planet. A lot of people in Germany were afraid of Hitler because of his power, he was like God, he said if you lived, he said if you died. That was the reality and the power which Hitler had. In my opinion, Hitler destroyed Germany one hundred times over and will always be remembered as a terrorist. I would say that more people did not benefit from the rule than those who did benefit. By Robert Bates ?? ?? ?? ?? ...read more.

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