Hitler first gained meaningful office in 1933 as the chancellor in a coalition government after he lost an election for the presidency to Hindenburg, a popular World War I veteran. In 1934, Hindenburg died and Hitler was the concensus successor. From that point on, he consolidated his power to the point where Germany ceased to be democratic at all and became a dictatorship. So to answer your question, Hitler was officially titled the Fuhrer, which in effect means he was the dictator.
Hitler invaded austria and Czechoslovakia before the onset of the 2nd world war. Because of this Britain said that if Germany invaded Poland then they would declare war on them. At the beginning of September in 1939, Germany invaded Poland and then the second world war started as Britain declared war.
The end of WW1 effected the beginning of WW2 is because Germany had to pay reparations (paying for the war) Germany was not happy with the treaty of Versailles either Germany, Austria-Hungary, turkey all lost land Germany had to downsize their military to only 100,000 men and as soon as Adolf Hitler was becoming a popular influence on the German people, Hitler had started to rage on about what the allies had done to tear Germany apart, Blaming Germany for the beginning of ww1 Hitler had became chancellor and then fuhrer Hitler had wanted more living space (expand the country) and then Hitler had stopped paying the reparations that he owes and started focusing on the military and building it up to invade Poland and sudenland and thusw beginning WW2 i think thts about it
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