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Adolf Hitler's Rise to Power

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Adolf Hitler's Rise to Power

Among the many dictatorships and tyrants of history, Adolf Hitler was one of the most feared and awed. His actions brought about the Second World War, the Holocaust and shaped Germany’s future. The ascent and journey of such a man to a position of power is a fascinating story. Read on to learn how Hitler became the Führer of Germany                                                                                                          
The Third Reich, the Nazi army, the Holocaust, all creations of one man... Adolf Hitler. Different stages of his life have been elucidated on to delve deeper into how and what created this dictator, from his childhood and education to his death in 1945. In this article, we look at Adolf Hitler's rise to power and the creation of a Nazi Germany.
 Young Hitler fought in the First World War for Germany, his patriotism and love for his country firmly cemented. The war taught Hitler tactics of violence and leadership skills. His wartime superiors noticed the amount of bravery and noble spirit in this young man. That very spirit that would make him stands out as a leader amongst his peers. 
 Germany lost the war. The aftermath was humiliating, the Treaty of Versailles and de-militarization of the German army along with sanctions, angered Hitler, who resented the loss of the nation's pride. The common German citizen himself was seething with resentment at the horrifying circumstances that Germany was presently in. Helplessness, anger at the insipid Weimar government and an overpowering urge to avenge the country, such dangerous thoughts existed in the minds of the German public. Such festering emotions were also perfect for Hitler to take advantage of. 
Hitler soon rose to a higher position as the seventh member of the German Worker's Party’s executive committee and became an important part of the party, which soon became the National Socialist German Workers Party (NSDAP). A red flag with the swastika...

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