Adolf hitler (1889–1945) was the dictatorial leader of the national socialist german workers party, or nazi party, commanding german forces throughout world war ii a fanatic nationalist, miltarist, racist, and anti-semite, hitler became chancellor of germany in 1933 and quickly transformed. Hitler promised to overturn the treaty of versailles but also to stop reparations and bring pride back to the german people, specifically the middle and lower classes. Remember, hitler and the nazi party started with promises of health care, environmentalism/green issues, promise of creating jobs and protecting the country from threats like the communists and jews.
Germans elect nazis in his speeches, hitler offered the germans what they needed most, encouragement he gave them heaps of vague promises while avoiding the details he used simple catchphrases, repeated over and over thus increasing the appeal of hitler to an ever more miserable people. Beyond the fundamental promise of revoking the treaty of versailles, between the great depression's arrival in 1929 and his rise to the chancellery in 1933, hitler made many promises to the german people and particular interest groups within the populace. So how did it happen, and could it happen again alex gendler and anthony hazard dive into the history and circumstances that allowed hitler to become führer of germany lesson by alex gendler.
Hitler promised to restore germany to the power of what it once was before world war one so people elected him to power germany had to give up land and was banned from having armed forces, after. Because hitler's program of social reform was a crucially important - indeed, essential -- part of his life work, a realization of this fact might induce people to view hitler with new eyes not surprisingly, therefore, all this is passed over in silence. The munich agreement, known in czechoslovakia as the munich diktat (czech: mnichovský diktát slovak: mníchovský diktát) or munich betrayal (czech: mnichovská zrada slovak: mníchovská zrada), was an agreement permitting nazi germany's annexation of the sudetenland, a region of western czechoslovakia inhabited by 800,000 people. Hitler united everyone and appealed to all groups in society eg:- helping farmers by putting higher prices on their produce, promised unemployed workers with jobs, etc really, people were tired of the poor quality of life and hitler had promised people with exactly what they wanted to hear. The rise to power of adolf hitler was not just some fluke of history, as many would have you believe hitler promised germany that if he was elected he would get rid of unemployment completely the people who voted for the nazis were not just the unemployed as soon as hitler told the german people that the communists had started the.
His political platform promised that germany would once again return to power both economically and physically but first, the jews must be eliminated the question that typically arises is why did hitler hate jews and did he invent the hatred of the jewish people. At that time, hitler used the appeal of bringing back germany into a super power like it used to be as an appeal for younger generation he also convince the young people that sacrificing their life for the nation's goal is a highest honor that men could obtain in their lifetime. Hitler promised to get rid of the treaty of versailles by taking back land and re-arming hitler’s propaganda made people believe that the weimar politicians had stabbed germany in the back in 1918.
Hitler didn't need to promise much since his policies spoke for themselves hitler was a massive anti-communist with his rhetoric backed up by the actions of his paramilitary group, the sa, who clashed with the communist red fighting league on the streets in the early 1930’s. For those with ears to hear hitler promised the extermination of the jewish people in a speech to the reichstag in 1939 if the international jewish financiers in and outside europe should succeed in plunging the nations once more into a world war, then the result will not be the bolshevizing of the earth, and thus the victory of jewry, but the annihilation of the jewish race in europe. Background: the volkswagen was a centerpiece of nazism’s claims to benefit ordinary germans hitler proposed to build a cheap car that almost anyone could afford he gave it the name “kdf wagen,” which we know as the volkswagen.
Hitler did well in the first round, forcing a run-off the nazi hope was to win a majority in the second round this pamphlet was released within a week or two of that election, and aims to present hitler as the only person able to save germany, a capable politician who has been slandered by a fightened opposition facts and lies about. Best answer: hitler promised to unite all german speaking people he took czechoslovakia, austria, and poland all had plenty of german speakers the axis were germany, italy and japan the allies were united kingdom, france, and eventually the united states and soviet union. He promised the italians that he will recreate the glories of the roman empire benito mussolini was a socialist at first due to being influenced by his family but switched to being a fascist when he was kicked out of the socialist group he was kicked out of the group because the group believed that italy should stay out of ww1 however he believed that italy should join the war (which italy.