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Adolf Hitler was the leader of what country?
Germans felt anger over the the Versailles Treaty and Hitler gave them a strong sense of nationalism. He promised jobs and food, which appealed to many because Germany was goi…ng through an economic depression as where many countries in Europe during the 1930's. Antisemitism was also present in Germany which Hitler used to his advantage to make non Jewish German citizens blame the Jews for the problems of Germany. After the Nazi Party won the election, Hitler was chosen to be the Chancellor and then with the Enabling Act, he had all the power (legislative and executive).
The German army under command of Hitler invaded many countries. In no particular order, they include: Poland Denmark Norway France The Netherlands Belgium Egy…pt Libya Greece Yugoslavia USSR (including Russia, Ukraine and Crimea)
Adolf Hitler was born in Braunau, Austria.
Italy and Japan.
Directly conquered: Poland, Denmark, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, France, Norway, Yugoslavia, Greece, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Byelorussia, Ukraine, Crimea (if you… count portions of the Soviet Union as the separate states that Germany treated them as). Allied to Germany but under her control were, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria. Also you must count Austria, and Czechoslovakia.
At the time of his peak, Adolf Hitler would have been seen as a representative of Germany(though he was Austrian by birth).
He used Politics, Propaganda and Terror
Answer Initially just Europe and Russia. He planned to stop for a while, build his base then take over the world.
Although Adolf Hitler is not known for doing the greatest things he was still a very good leader for what he accomplished. I'm not saying killing all those Jews was a good thi…ng, but that he had the power and knowledge to do that
He was a dictator and he rules by force.
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Adolf Hitler was a bad leader because he was power crazy and wanted to wipe out an entire race of people because of conspiracy theories about them.
Hitler rose to power by political means and machinations, and when he had consolidated his influence enough, he used force to mount the remaining steps to absolute control of …Germany.
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Yes, he was an effective leader. He was charismatic and this allowed him to do things that many leaders would not have been able to. This does not, however, mean he was a …good leader or person.
Hitler wanted Germany to rule the world, although considering his age and state of health when he began WW2 it is unlikely he expected to see this in his lifetime. Also co…nsider that his plans for Germany were intended to last 1000 years.
First point- Hitler was not universally loved before he became dictator in 1933-34. In the elections in 1932, the Nazi Party only won 32% of the vote. In the elections of …March 1933, Hitler was able to abuse an emergency to arrest political opponents and intimidate voters into voting for the Nazis- and they still only got about 44% of the vote. Those who supported him saw him as a strong leader who would reverse the much-hated Versailles Treaty that blamed World War I on Germany and severely punished them for it. He promised to end the government gridlock which had crippled the German government in the 1920s, and to reverse the effects of the Great Depression. He was a talented demagogue who assigned Germany's problems to socialists, communists, and Jews. Once in power, he formed alliances with other right-wing parties, and passed a law called the Enabling Act, which gave all government power to himself. With that power in hand, he was able to abolish all other political parties, and reformed the entire government to fit his ideology. A massive propaganda apparatus was put in place to ensure the loyalty of the people, and an equally massive secret police force to eliminate people who refused to be loyal.