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  • Date Submitted: 06/03/2011 07:30 PM
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Adolf Hitler   is considered one of the most brutal dictators in history. After purging possible rivals for leadership, he turned Germany into a modern war machine. He and Benito Mussolini   became allies in 1936.
After his release from prison in December 1924, Hitler rebuilt the National Socialist German Workers' (Nazi) Party and waited for the opportunity to regain national influence. That opportunity came with the Great Depression of 1929. He promised the unemployed jobs and a return to national prosperity. The elections of 1933 brought him to power, and he quickly established himself as dictator.
At Nuremberg, Führer Adolf Hitler preached to the assembled German soldiers and Nazi party faithful that they were a superior race that deserved additional Lebensraum, or living space, and a higher standard of living, to be won by conquest. Hitler was an emotional speaker who had a mesmerizing effect on those who listened. By 1938 he had amassed the best-equipped, best-trained army in the world.
In 1938 British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, along with representatives from France and Italy, signed the Munich Pact with German leader Adolf Hitler. The pact acceded to Hitler’s demands for cession of the Sudetenland, a German-speaking region of Czechoslovakia, to Germany. Chamberlain announced afterwards that there would be “peace in our time,” but the agreement averted war only temporarily. For many Western nations the agreement became a symbol of appeasement.
To invade Britain, Hitler’s air force first had to wipe out the British Royal Air Force (RAF). He underestimated both the effectiveness of British radar and the quality of the Hurricane and Spitfire fighter planes. The Spitfire (seen here) could fly at high speeds, make tight turns, and climb rapidly, outmanoeuvring most German Luftwaffe fighters. This tactical oversight, coupled with the effectiveness of the air defence, resulted in a British victory in the Battle of Britain.

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