Hitler had various levels of government in place to dictate what people under his rule did. He had men to control radio communications and newspapers (Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels), men to look after the Reich's finances (Minister of Economics, Walther Funk), and several men to look after the various branches of the military (Hermann Goering lead the Luftwaffe [airforce], Karl Donitz lead the Kriegsmarine [navy], and Wilhelm Kaltenbrunner looked after the OKW [oberkommando der wehrmacht, the armed forces]).
I guess my point is that not just one man maintained control of Germany during WW2. Hitler was intelligent enough to realize he couldn't do it all himself.
if im understanding your question right, then no. Adolf Hitler lead the Germans
He led the Germans.
What circumstances at this time would evevntually lead many Germans to support adolf Hitler?
Because Hitler believed Germans was a super-race and all other races were inferior to Germans.
the germans, they where lead by a dictator named hitler.
The Germans turned to the Nazis only because Hitler was a Nazi and Hitler was a good speaker and became furher
No, he only liked Germans.
a lot of Germans supported Hitler, about 3 million people supported Hitler
Because Hitler was the highest ranked solider at the time, so he was the owner of Fatherland (what Germans call Germany, I'm not German)
Only for Germans. Others found it in-humane. (You have to remember, Germans joined the Nazi "group" because they had common sense; and knew what was best for them). But yeah, only for Germany/Germans.
The Germans were just as afraid of Hitler as the Jews. ____ Many Germans saw nothing to object to. Hitler was popular, until the war turned against Germany.
The Germans flocked to Hitler because they were in an economic slowdown and desperatley needed jobs. Hitler promised jobs.
Hitler thought of Germans as the best race there was the best out there and he thought no one could stop them as he believed that they would one day rule. these are why Germans were classed by Hitler as "the Superior race"
Hitler didn't hate Germans.
Adolf Hitler killed no Germans, Jews, or anyone else. He had his ugly, twisted henchmen do it for him.
No. There were resistance movements.
Germans are included in the Aryan race.
The only relation is that Hitler was a believer in Social Darwinism which influenced his belief that Jews were an inferior race to Germans, who were the superior race.
The Treaty of Versailles was the final agreement reached at the end of World War I. Many of its conditions were considered unfair to the Germans, and so the Germans resented the Treaty. Hitler was able to feed off of this public resentment when he was gathering support.
they didn't Hitler took power.
As the Fuhrer.
yes most germans did my friend is german and her great grand father fought agenst hitler
The Italians and the Nazis had a Fascist government or dictatorship,the Italians are fascistthe Germans are another type of fascist only it is called nazism because they are rascistK.O. Jones