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Why was Hitler able to dominate Germany by 1934?

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10 � 06 � 02 Assignment N� 7 * Why was Hitler able to dominate Germany by 1934? Point to take into account: - What did the Nazi Party stand for in the 1920s. - Why did the Nazis had little success before 1930. - How did Hitler consolidate his power. - Influence of the world depression. I think that by 1934 Hitler was able to dominate Germany because of several reasons. ...read more.

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Hitler's personality has undoubtedly been one of the most important factors contributing to its success. He had great ability to influence a popular assembly not by his arguments, but by his manner. He agitated nationalist passions in his audiences. All these personal features helped Hitler to be voted by many Germans and to become Chancellor in 1933. The steghtening of the party also helped. By 1923 Hitler had become the leader of the Nazi party which had its own private army called the brownshirts and its own flag. ...read more.

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In 1932, the nazi party was the largest single party in the Reichstag so Hitler demanded that he should be made chancellor (Prime Minister). The president refused but his government was weak with the Nazis and communists in opposition, so in 1933 the president was forced to agree. In conclusion, the success of the Nazi party was due to 4 main reasons: the economic depression and the discontent with the government; careful organization and huge campaigning of the Nazi party; fear of communism; they took advantage of the resentment over the terms of the treaty of Versailles. ...read more.

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