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How did Hitler become leader?
Adolf Hitler became Leader of Germany because he was very strong and had many plans for the future. Also the propaganda helped because they used radio's,adverts etc. to tell the public what they wanted to hear so that they would go along with it.
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After World War I, Germany was humiliated and put under harsh restrictions by the Treaty of Versailles (which was written by the then victorious Allied Powers). Germany's mili…tary was limited to a certain size, while the German economy collapsed. The value of the German currency, the mark, was so inflated, that in 1923, a pound of bread cost 3 billion marks. Hitler, a charismatic and passionate speaker, was able to stir the German people's hopes up. He promised that under his leadership, Germany would escape its post-World War I humiliation, and return to becoming a military and economic powerhouse.
30 January 1933: Hitler became Chancellor of Germany.23 March 1933: Enabling Act passed, giving him very wide-ranging powers.12 August 1934: Hitler proclaimed himself Führer …(Leader). He became chancellor (the prime minister / leader) of Germany in 1933. He then became the Dictator (took control over the whole government) in 1934.
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).
Hitler was appointed Chancellor on January 30, 1933. He then quickly became the only leader in Germany. When President Paul von Hindenburg died on August 2, 1934, Hitler decid…ed that no one would become president anymore. He thus became the only leader, cumulating the functions of president and chancellor. He was "der Führer" (the Leader) and every one had to obey him. 30 January 1933: Hitler became Chancellor of Germany.23 March 1933: Enabling Act passed, giving him wide-ranging, dictatorial powers.May 1933: All political parties apart from the NSDAP (Nazis) were banned.12 August 1934: Hitler proclaimed himself Führer (Leader).
Yes, he was a ruthless leader- much like Stalin of the Soviet Union who may have been responsible for upwards of 40 million deaths of the Soviet Union's rural poor. Hitler did… not only target Jews, but also murdered Gypsies, the physically and mentally disabled, homosexuals, and anyone he and/or his party considered "undesireables" and those he felt could not contribute to the State. Aside from his well documented violence toward the above groups, Hitler was seen as a great leader and hero of the German people of that time. Hitler had tried to instill pride and cooperation in the German people following Germany's defeat from WWI. Many Germans felt that since this defeat, they were treated badly by the US, France, England, and others and Hitler wanted to regain Germany's military power. Hitler was also a conservationist and set many laws to protect German endangered species, particularily bats. This is not to underrate Hitler's violence towards ethnic, religious, or disabled persons, but history dictates that there have been many leaders and others who have committed the same if not worse attrocities such as Joseph Stalin, Pol Pot, Hernan Cortez, Christopher Columbus, etc. The methods may have been different, but the result was at least the same if not far worse- millions of men, women, and children starved, tortured, enslaved, and murdered. Observation Yes, Hitler was the Leader (Fuehrer). More than that, he is widely seen as the archetypal moustachioed dictator - the leading 20th century icon of evil . In other words, he has a rather specific status that other 20th century dictatorship do not have. It's very easy to talk about Hitler's 'achievements' in the 1930s, but he chose to throw them away again by invading every neighbouring country except Switzerland. What more, he did immense damage to Germany's reputation. Joncey Observation In my opinion, Hitler was an amazing leader. He did what the leader of a country is supposed to do. He united his country and built it up after it faced one of the biggest disgraces in the history of civilized man. Everyone blamed Germany for WWI only because they supported Austria so powerfully. Germany was not to blame but they still got shafted though the Treaty of Versailles. Germany was most literally a dump until Hitler came along and turned the country from hell on earth to a world power capable of rivaling all of Europe and then some. His methods may have been heartless and ruthless but they were effective none the less. Who care about morality when your own country's best interest is at heart. The end justifies the means no? True, he thought he was "divine" at some point and got full of himself and thus caused the downfall of his reign, but he had a good run. Because of Hitler, Germany is currently one of the worlds greatest powers again. He stimulated the country to become what it is. What more could a leader have done for his country?
Hitler became leader of the Nazi Party in 1921. He was appointed chancellor in 1933.
He joined the Nazi partyin 1919 and then when the Party win more seats in Parliament he eliminated all opposition and took control of Germany.
Hitler was just a screwed up man. He had to blame someone for the downfall of Europe, so he channeled all of the people's anger to the Jews. There are many reasons to his upri…se, but this is the primary one.
Answer Hitler appointed Admiral Karl Doenitz as his successor. Doenitz permitted Germany to surrender one week after Hitler's death. After tha…t the German government was dissolved and the occupying powers ruled Germany directly. Michael Montagne
Hitler was influential because he used nationalism as a tool for igniting the interests of people to follow in his cause. like Napoleon he was power driven. influentiality has… to do with the behaviours of people one can manipulate either by sanction or charisma and Hitler was a man skilled with the sword as well as words. he was influential because he had a big vision and people need big visions to be motivated so he motivated people.
Answer Hitler was cruel, especialy to jews, which he put in death camps. Answer According to Ian Kershaw's biography Hitler was a lazy leader with a disorga…nized lifestyle. As a result his servile underlings often tried to guess what he wanted and what would please him. With large numbers of people hovering around him all trying to gain favour, and their underlings in turn brown-nosing like crazy, fanaticism became standard in Nazi Germany. Answer There is a great movie, it is German, the Englsih title is "Downfall." You should watch it.
Hitler was the greatest orator of the nazi party. Hitler knew that the growth in the party was mainly due to his skills as an orator and in the autumn of 1921 he challenged An…ton Drexler for the leadership of the party. After brief resistance Drexler accepted the inevitable, and Hitler became the new leader of the Nazi Party.
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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Very much so. In the beginning Germany was unstoppable but then things went bad for them but still the was a time before illness that he was a decisive leader.