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Adolf hitler (leadership)

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  3. 3.  April 20, 1889 Hitler was born in Braunau, Austria May 1913 leaves Vienna and moves to Germany October 13, 1918 temporary blindness caused by gas attack. While at the hospital recuperating his eyes, he heard the news about the end of the First World War. February 25, 1932 granted German citizenship January 30, 1933 became Chancellor of Germany August 2, 1934 became the supreme leader of Germany by assuming both the powers of President and Chancellor November 8, 1939 assassination attempt against him at the Bürgerbräu Keller in Munich 5 April 30, 1945 committed suicide in the Berlin bunker
  4. 4. Adolf Hitler is one of the most infamous characters inworld history, known for his leadership in the Nazi Partyand his role as chancellor of Germany in the early 1930s.As a leader, Hitler maintained legitimate power, howeverhe could achieve itAdolf Hitler was a strong leader of the German Third Reichby his extreme influence over the people of Germany.Hitler loved the German race, people, and culture.He was willing and did fight for his beliefs.Hitler had a vision, a dream of the perfect world, nirvanaevenIATUL June 04 6
  5. 5. The German population viewed Adolph Hitler as a strongleader, and someone who could lead their nation back topower and wealth. He may have been bad for humanity,but the German people viewed him as a hero. It has beendebated over many years whether or not Adolf Hitler wasa good leader for his country.Although his intentions were corrupt, Adolf Hitlerproved himself to be a clever leader a great leader becausehe kept all of his promises and even today most leadersfail to do as they say. He brought Germany back out ofThe Depression, and he certainly made Germany theworlds strongest country, during the beginning andmiddle of World War Two. 7
  6. 6. Adolf Hitler, regardless of his wrong doings and theobvious evil that he empowered, was one of thegreat leaders of our time and changed the way thatour society looked at war. The fact that Hitler camefrom a front-line soldier with no real future in aleadership role to the chancellor of Germany and thecommander of a great army shows his great will andability to meet his goals and to manipulate people toachieve a vision. 8
  7. 7. Overall, Hitlers situational analysis andleadership style based on the analysis and thesituations that he created for himself make Hitlera great leader and a great man in the respect thathe turned nothing into something huge. It isunfortunate that he used his abilities for evilrather than good, but his accomplishments as aleader must be regarded as great. This style ofleadership would not be likely to succeed in agrowing, innovative corporation today, but in thesetting that Germany and Adolf Hitler foundthemselves in during the 1930s, the style proved tobe very successful when referring to the definition 9of leadership that we have been concerned withthis term.
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