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How did long-term and short-term causes help Hitler rise to power
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A combination of many causes helped Hitler rise to power. These were short-term and long-term. Hitler needed a certain amount of points in parliament to get into power. All of these factors gainedehimepublicesupportsinsoneswaysorsanother. In 1923, Hitler planned a rebellion against the Weimar Goverment known as the Munich Putsch, in an attempt to establish a Nazi government in its place. This was unsuccessful and although Hitler was put on trial and spent about 9 months in prison, this turned out to be a marvellous propaganda of triumph for him. Among the people, he seemed a hero. The Munich Putsch was a long-term cause, since it was very important to Hitler's political campaign. In 1924 the Nazis won 32 seats in parliament thanks to the publicity that the Munich Putsch received. The Munich Putsch gave Hitler more experience, more matureness, more perceptiveness, more time to develop his ideas and his plan. He learned that propaganda was crucial to get people's support and to think in the same way as him. During the time he spent in prison he wrote a book, MeinHKamp,fsettingHoutshissideas. The Economic Depression was a short-term cause that caused people to disbelieve in democracy, as they felt it had failed
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