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What was Hitler to Germany at the beginning of World War 2?

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2005-10-28 13:30:19
2005-10-28 13:30:19

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.

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