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Essay--nazi germany - The pre-World War II effects...

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The pre-World War II effects traumatized many different people . Germany was run by Paul von Hindenburg before 1933 . Hindenburg named Adolf Hitler chancellor of Germany in 1932 to quiet him down after Hindenburg won the 1932 election . The next year in 1933, Paul von Hindenburg passed away and Hitler “folded the powers of the Presidency into becoming the Führer” (Gilbert and Keegan) . Many Germans, mainly Jews, objected Adolf Hitler’s Nazi party leadership. Right away Hitler started to bring Nazism into Germany’s government . The first Nazi-like action was against the most defenseless group, the mentally disabled . Hitler ordered the mentally disabled to ‘hospitals’ where they were eventually killed . Hitler also wanted the world to accept Germany as a country in the ranks with Great Britain and France . Hitler and Germany hosted the 1936 in Munich where the world accepted Germany as a Nazi country . This hurt many of the German Jews who felt them being hated on more and more
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This note was uploaded on 11/17/2010 for the course ENL 003 taught by Professor Swinkin during the Fall '08 term at UC Davis.

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