Hitler’s Rise to Power, 1918–1933Viewing GuideDirections: As you view the film Hitler’s Rise to Power, 1918–1933, record notes that help you answer the questions on this handout. Watch for moments where choices made by people other than Hitler contributed to Hitler’s and the Nazi Party’s eventual rise to power. Put a star by these notes.1.How did German soldiers who returned from World War I affect the way German politicswas conducted?After its leader fled to the Netherland once he surrendered the german people become a democratic republic2.How did the National Socialist German Workers’ Party (the Nazi Party) explain Germany’sloss in World War I to the public? Who did the party blame for the loss?they said that the nation had been cut out and the people at home gave up. They blamed the jews as a scapegoat 3.While in prison for his failed attempt at staging a coup in Munich, Hitler wrote Mein Kampf (My Struggle), a book in which he shares his idea for how to take control of a people. What is his main idea?