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What impact did Hitler have on the economy of Germany?


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2011-09-13 12:45:28
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Hitler by 1936 made the depression a bad memory in Germany revitalizing the economy while Roosevelt's new deal had Americans still standing in soup kitchen lines


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America's economy was in terrible shape, but Germany's, Italy's, and Japan's economy where in great shape, Germany had the best at the time. Adolf Hitler made the Economy in Germany prosperous.

That he would help the economy get better

Germany has the best economy in Europe. Has the most outcome and budget cutbacks. Germany is the best because Hitler could control the economy and kill Jews with his brain.

Compared to today, no. The economy collapsed becaus of the global economy crises and Germany had to carry the damages of WW1.

Germany was very strong under Hitler. People had jobs and the economy was good. The only problem was that Hitler kept invading other countries. Hitler hindered Germany because he tried to invade too many countries. He tried to go to war with most of the world.

Hitler promised work and said he would fix all of their problems and raise Germany back to it's former glory. The people believed he would do this and as he fixed the social econimic problems, the people loved him and trusted him. Hitler also helped the German economy by reopening the war industry. He hurt Germany by outlawing political dissent.

The economy was failing, and Hitler gave them someone to blame it on...the Jews. Hitler was also very influential and persuasive. The economy was failing, and Hitler gave them someone to blame it on...the Jews. Hitler was also very influential and persuasive.

It was to bring up germany from the awful crisis and the economy downfall.

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Because of the Treaty of Versailles. This treaty really punished Germany and Germany was in such a hard condition that they were desperate to do anything to get out of the desperate economy that they lived in. When Hitler came and said that he had a plan, everyone started listening to him and started doing what he said to do because he really did help Germany get out of their desperate economy and their economy started to do better. Then Hitler started the Nazi army and nobody did anything about it...

Hitler did not attack Germany. He was the leader of Germany.

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No, he was not. Germany was in an economical crisis right after World War I. When Hitler rose to power, most people were already very anti-Semitic(Against Jews). So when Hitler treated Jews as they were treated, it was already the way of life for the people in Germany. Hitler did promise the Germans that they would be taken out of their economy crisis. Germans at the time did not care anything else but to get back into a good economy. -Hitler was not hated by MOST Germans.

Hitler was actually from Austria, and much of the Austrian population was desperate for strong leadership. People thought they could trust Hitler to bolster their economy, as he had done with Germany.

Hitler never invaded Germany.

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