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Select and explain the most important factors that lead up to Hitler's rise to power in 1933.
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Select and explain the most important factors that lead up to Hitler's rise to power in 1933
Hitler was perhaps the most important figure in modern history. He led the Axis armies in Europe, he killed millions of Jews, homosexuals, gypsies, and other minority groups that he felt should be exterminated. Although he was a dictator of Germany he was voted into power in 1933. It is incredible to think today that a man of such obvious evil should be voted into power. In 1928 the Nazi party only had 12 seats in the Reichstag; in 1932 the Nazi party had 230 seats. This is a huge increase over less than 10 years it shows that vast outside factors must have affected Germany to change so many votes. Several factors here vital to and lead up to the rise to power of Hitler.
After the WWI the treaty of Versailles was signed. This was a peace treaty of a kind but it is more punishment to Germany for losing war; much land on its west to France and Belgium and lost land on the West to Poland and Lithuania, t also lost its colonies in Africa to France
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