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Question: Rise Of Hitler Hitler was a very good public speaker, which inspire many supporters. We wrote the party first political statement, the twenty-five points programs, some of the points were doing away with Versailles Treaty, expanding Germany to include more land and people, setting up a powerful central government and taking Germans' citizenship away from the Jews. All of the above, were enough to achieve people supports for him especially the businessman as they were worried that they will end up like the upper class in Russia. Weimar Republic was a democratic government, so people were so used to a strong government but not a democratic one. Many people blamed the Weimar Republic for signing the armistice to end World War I, so Weimar Republic was associated with failure right from the start. When they accepted the Versailles treaty, the public opinion became very low. ...read more.


Germany's economic was bad, so Germany printed lots of money to solve the problem of shortage of key goods, including food. Prices went up, and it reached a point of hyperinflation, and the middle class was the worst affected, by the loss of savings in their banks, and as a result, Weimar Republic lost lots supports from the middle class. Though, Gustav Stressmann was appointed to be the chancellor in 1923, but he became a foreign minister in 1924. He negotiated the Dawes Plan, which reduce reparations and arranged for loans from the USA. And as for the Young plan which further reduce the reparation a lot more and spread the payments out over a period of 59 years and he achieved good relationship with many Western powers, but he died shortly after in 1929. ...read more.


When Hindenberg died, Hitler took over and became a dictator. He took control of the workforce and trade union banned, setting up 3 other organisations (e.g.: Beauty of Labour which monitored working conditions and National Labour Service) Under him, inflation slowed down, unemployment rate went down too. Books and media and newspapers were tightly controlled with racially pure state and enemies were crushed using violence. Students were taught with Nazis ideas but not to think for themselves. Students attended different organisations at different age. Basically, guys were taught about military training, while girls were taught to prepare motherhood. We can see that Hitler was a dictator during his ruling and his rise in Germany caused many impacts to the economic problems as wages rose and inflation went down. As being a dictator, he death camps and industry of deaths which used to kill the unfortunate Jews. ...read more.

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