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Antwan Green
Alexander Eaton
History 102
July 17, 2010
Adolph Hitler Rise to Power
Despite the fact that Nazi Germany was surrounded on all sides by enemies, Germany was still one of the most powerful nations in the world.   The reason why Germany was so powerful was because of the policies of Adolph Hitler. The changes he brought about were political, economic, and militaristic. Even though the fact that Hitler is one of the most despised leaders ever, he still made Germany one of the most powerful nations in the world.
Hitler’s politics was one of the key factors in establishing Germany’s power. National Socialism had some key ideological elements of fascism. A man named Benito Mussolini, the ruler of Italy, was the one who established fascism.   Fascism is a radical nationalist movement that believes in a strong central government. During the 1933- 1945, the era of National Socialism occur. Germany’s change from a liberal constitutional democracy to a functioning parliamentary system involved much unrest (Germany). “Majority of the women in Germany has always been considered victims of the National Socialism in the 1970s” (Godl 2010). Research has shown that a large number of women were attracted by the political program of the National Socialist system during the 1970s. “Even as recently as a few years ago, the very idea that women collaborated in, or even bore criminal guilt for, National Socialism was virtually a taboo”(Godl 2010). Taboo is particularly strong in Germany. The social life during the National Socialism had different levels to it. The concentration camps were one of them. “This camp represents an unprecedentedly extreme case of a relationship of subordination” (Suderland).   The totalitarian nature of the Nazi party was one of its main principals. The Nazi party also used a great deal of propaganda.   Propaganda is what allowed the rise to power of the Nazi ideals. Propaganda is a form of communication they use in Germany during the Nation...

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