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why hitler 30 days - Rising to Please Germany's rise from...

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Rising to Please Germany’s rise from the ashes is held in association with Adolf Hitler’s rise to power in the nineteen-thirties . The unpredicted series of events that led to Hitler’s coronation have been studied and used in prevention of such global threats in today’s world . A culmination of the collapse of the Weimar Republic, the American economic crisis, and German political scandals made history as they preceded World War II . Hitler’s appeal to the German volk as a World War I veteran and a steadfast leader of the Nazi party, mustered an undying devotion by his patriotic followers . With the fall of Germany becoming a closing threat, an ambitious, fervent leader gave Germany hope for change . Hitler’s success can be attributed to the forethought of his predecessor Franz von Papen, and von Papen’s inner desire for Hitler’s ascension to Chancellery . The rise in popularity of the National Socialist Workers’ Party is ultimately linked with the fall of the Weimar Republic . The Weimar Republic was the German form of government that maintained power from 1919 to the 30 th of January 1933 1 . From the establishment of the Republic it was clear there were issues to be met internally in order for the post World War I form of government to work efficiently . The Republic experienced near dissolution in for three years following 1920, and the German public’s opinion and reliance upon the government began to sway 2 . Ten years later Germany’s economic woes had yet to settle and new issues confronted the struggling the Weimar 1 Class notes, History 105 – Why Hitler? 24 January 2008. 2 Class notes, 29 January 2008.
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Republic, this time forcing and end to the system of parliamentary government .
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