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In 1933, when the German government started to feel that Germany was beginning to establish itself again; the Wall Street crash took place

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Introduction

In 1933, when the German government started to feel that Germany was beginning to establish itself again; the Wall Street crash took place. This caused all the loans of cash from America being stopped, resulting in Germany's economic improvement coming to an end. Due to the "Treaty of Versailles", Germany was still previously in debt to France and Belgium. However, now Germany was in an even greater state of arrears, as it also owed money to America. Germany's economic industry struggled to cope under the new economic pressures and many were forced into liquidation. This resulted in a lot of Germans becoming unemployed, a lack of faith in investment opportunities and a devaluing of the German currency. ...read more.

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"Hitler achieved power by democratic means" Do you agree? Throughout my assignment I will explore ideas on whether or not Hitler achieved power by democratic means. I will also identify and define my opinion whether Hitler even used some means of democracy, and what means he used to take control over Germany before he availed himself to the Reichstag. The state of Germany after the war was very bad, mainly because of the "Treaty of Versailles, this humiliated the Germans a lot as they had been betrayed by the civilian government. They were also in a state of depression so at this time the German people wanted a new leader to take them out of this humiliation At first, Hitler tried to use guns and force, the non democratic way to take control over Germany along with the S.A. ...read more.

Conclusion

Von Kahr was defenseless and couldn't refuse Hitler's proposal. However, the government was capable of controlling the armed forces and got arrested soon after. He received quite a long sentence, of which he only did nine months. While Hitler was in jail he wrote a book called "Mein Kampf" (My struggle), this book mainly outlined Hitler's beliefs, while he was in jail. Hitler also thought of legitimate ways for the Nazi's to take control as trying to take control by force had him incarcerated. The failure of the Munich Putsch taught Hitler a lesson making him more emerged, focused and more determined to succeed. Hitler now realized that this form of approach would not be widely supported. Therefore in prison he began to develope ...read more.

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