What were some problems jews faced when the nazis came to power?
The Jews faced persecution, as well as difficulty in leaving Germany when the Nazis came to power.
Germany had problems and the National Socialists promised to fix these. Once in power Hitler took Germany to a place that the German people had not foreseen in advance. Also you should not that Hitler was NOT voted into power by the German people in an open election. Hitler came to power by being appointed as chancellor by President Paul Von Hindenburg.
Hitler never made a secret of his sentiments towards the Jews and had told every one what he thought before he attained power. It must however be kept in mind that he did not gain power as a result of popular approval but as a result of political intrigue. ___ However: * In the general election in November 1932 (the last free elections before the Nazis came to power) the Nazis won 34% of the…
In Germany the position was that the authorities were tolerant. Homosexual acts were illegal, but the law was not enforced and there was a committee looking (slowly) into the case for legalizing homosexual acts between consenting consenting adults. Then the Nazis came to power and drastically increased the penalties. I don't know about the position in Austria.
Hitler first came in power by convincing words and speeches. He earned lots of people who agreed with him about the suffer in Germany. He told them how it was Jews, homosexuals, and gypsies that were to blame and the people listened. The Germans who agreed with him joined him in the Nazis party and as the number grew, the power increased. That's how the whole power started forming.
if you come to the power is correct Isn't it a matter of tense? The king came to power twenty years ago, his son will come to power when the old king dies. Examples: If you come to power, will you solve all of our problems? If you came to power in 1990, why does Wikipedia say someone else was king in 1990?
After ww1 Hitler created the national socialist party, in which became the Nazis. The Nazis propaganda convinced people that unemployment would plummit if he came to power. When he did come to power, it did, he created jobs building up his forces, which was against the Versailles treaty. Once he claimed power, and all positions e.g. judges, police were replaced with Nazis, he introduced anti Jewish and anti semetic laws, and once his hunger for…
The Great Inflation of the early 1920s ended in 1923, nearly ten years before the Nazis came to power. (In the early 1930s the problem was falling prices, not inflation). Obviously, I'm aware that there is a widespread misconception that just before the Nazis came to power, Germans were carry money around in suitcases, etc - but this is inaccurate. However, the 1920s inflation had further undermined confidence in the new republic and made some…
First of all, before Hitler came to power, the German people were faced with two evils, the Communists and the Nazi's. Many of the leaders of the Communist party were Jews and the German people were afraid of what might happen should they come to power. Secondly, Hitler hated the Jews. He blamed them for his families problems when he was growing up, therefore, he was determined to destroy them.
The Nazis came to power in 1933, and that year a small number of Jews, whom the Nazis particularly disliked were killed, usually in concentration camps. The first larger-scale killing began with the Kristallnacht - Night of the Broken Glass in 1938. However, the systematic, 'routine' extermination of the Jews started in 1941.