To what extent was Hitler's appointment as Chancellor in 1933 the result of the failure of parliamentary democracy in Germany?

Before World War II, Germany was a nation with a history of paying little interest inÊdemocracy. By the time Hitler took over as Chancellor, the people were without jobs, without food, afraid, and desperate for relief. The economic impact of the Great Depression plus the indecisive and self-serving nature of its elected officials has brought Germany to a complete standstill. In a way, Hitler did bring Germany back up to it's former glory but with all intent and purpose of grooming it into his dream of a New World with it on top and the rest of the world under his feet.