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== == Because he made promises that they found believable and he appealed to their sense of national identity and he followed thru with his promises to create more jobs and bring the German economy back from virtual bankruptcy. He restored their faith in their country and produced many amazing projects that showed the German people that they could be proud again, proud of them selves and their country. National pride and identity were restored by Hitler and his economic programs. Germans stopped feeling that they had no future, and saw that the National Socialist government had rejuvenated the country, as they had promised to do. He created a sense of "belonging to the society" and the average German was happy to support him.

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