• Join over 1.2 million students every month
  • Accelerate your learning by 29%
  • Unlimited access from just £6.99 per month

Rise and Rule of Hitler

Extracts from this document...

Introduction

Rise and Rule of Hitler Bierhalle Putsch: Even though the Putsch was a failure and Hitler was arrested, the resulting trial was a success for Hitler. Not only did he get only have to serve a few months in a low security prison, but Hitlers ideals were broadcast to millions. The trial was seen by the whole of Germany and hitler used it to his advantage. During his short term in prison, while writing his book "mein Kampf" Hitler rethought the parties strategy and decided that if the Nazi party was going to achieve power through election, rather than overthrowing the government. ...read more.

Middle

This is in fact what happened in 1929. The events of 1929 were key to the rise of the Nazi party. The two main events were the death of Gustav Stressemann and the wall street crash. The wall street crash put Germany into economic depression. All the funding from the USA was withdrawn. Hitler used this to advantage, prosmising solutions to Germany's problems. These extreme policies which included blaming the Jewish germans for all of Germany's did not work before 1929 in the golden area. Germany was once again flourishing and most Germans had no reason to join parties which such extreme policies. ...read more.

Conclusion

"Within two months we will have pushed Hitler so far in the corner that he'll squeak," Papen boasted In the end he had no choice but to give the position to Hitler, incorrectly thinking he would be able to control him very easily, and on the 30th January Adolf Hitler became chancellor of Germany. However, even in this position of power, Hitler didn't have abosolute power. To achieve this, two months later in March 1933, Hitler passed the enabling act, giving him dictatorial powers, able to pass laws without consulting the Reichstag. After this law was past, Hitler quickly put Nazi officials in all high ranking government positions and made a law against the formation of new parties. This made Germany and single party state in which Hitler had absolute power. ...read more.

The above preview is unformatted text

This student written piece of work is one of many that can be found in our International Baccalaureate History section.

Found what you're looking for?

  • Start learning 29% faster today
  • 150,000+ documents available
  • Just £6.99 a month

Not the one? Search for your essay title...
  • Join over 1.2 million students every month
  • Accelerate your learning by 29%
  • Unlimited access from just £6.99 per month

See related essaysSee related essays

Related International Baccalaureate History essays

  1. The rise of Hitler and the Nazi party

    According to Kershaw it was then that he stopped being a small scale politician and became publicly known. Hitler served the minimum time in prison and wrote his book 'Mein Kamph', expressing his ideas on Germany's future. (This would represent a biblical script during Hitler's reign.)

  2. Compare and contrast Mussolini's and Hitler's rise to power

    to the more dynamic Fascist party. This support gave the fascist party respectability, and was clearly demonstrated during the Matteoti Crisis when the pope condemned the PPI for boycotting parliament in opposition to fascism. According to Kershaw, a March 1933 speech made by Hitler classing Christianity as the 'moral and

  1. Stalin's Rise to Power2

    Fascism, the Bolsheviks waged an internecine struggle that too resulted in a totalitarian dictatorship, only at the opposite end of the political spectrum under Stalin. Several historians emphasize "the heroic approach"19: Stalin's outwitting of his rivals with his shrewd political skills.

  2. Analyse the methods used and the conditions which helped in the rise of a ...

    who was capable of seeing this was Lenin, and he appointed this, and much more things in his testament. In this document Lenin talked critically about each strong leader on the party, whom he knew could be their successors. He said his biggest fear was that due to the different

  1. The rise of Hitler

    settlement, giving rise to the 'stab in the back theory' perpetrated by the conservative rightist parties. Due to these actions and reactions of the Weimar, it created in the German people, a sense of resentment towards the republic and the want for a single, strong dictator to lead Deutschland to victory instead of humiliating defeat.

  2. Impact of Castro's Rule

    In conjunction with all the options of divorce, marriage and contraception, Castro has built a 'no guilt' attitude among his people - who now do what they believe will benefit themselves. Undoubtedly, Castro's main focus was the rut in which Cuba was headed towards as an economy, and how he would direct the country away from this conclusion.

  1. Analyze the methods used and the circumstances which assisted in Hitlers rise to power

    Hitler knew that the Germans were extremely devastated and furious of what the Weimar had agreed to in the Treaty of Versailles terms and conditions. They were furious because, the Weimar republics were one reason to why the Germans were suffering every day.

  2. Which of indoctrination and repression proved most effective for consolidating Hitler's power (1933-1939)?

    The right played a big role into the legal access to power of Hitler. What the right (Hindenburg/Von Papen) wanted was to remove the Weimar republic, restore the monarchy and to build back Germany?s military force. The only way to accomplish this was to gain a majority at the Reichstag.

  • Over 160,000 pieces
    of student written work
  • Annotated by
    experienced teachers
  • Ideas and feedback to
    improve your own work