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The people liked him because he made them feel proud of their country again (nationalism). He brain washed his people to think that the Jews were the reason they lost World War I. The people believed that he would restore Germany and create jobs (there was very high unemployment at the time, and people just wanted a leader to lead them out of the crisis). If you lived there at the time, you probably would have liked him too, as he was an excellent orator, and promised to restore Germany and dispel the confusion.

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