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Reasons the nazis gained power   hitler
Reasons the nazis gained power   hitler
Reasons the nazis gained power   hitler
Reasons the nazis gained power   hitler
Reasons the nazis gained power   hitler
Reasons the nazis gained power   hitler
Reasons the nazis gained power   hitler
Reasons the nazis gained power   hitler
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  • 1. German Workers’ Party The German Workers’ Party was an obscure political group that the German Army asked Intelligence Officer Hitler to investigate. Instead he ended up joining the party and leading it.
  • 2. Hitler’s speeches One of the main reasons that Hitler took control of the party was his public speaking; he was very passionate and attracted strong support. This was true throughout his time as Nazi and German leader.
  • 3. Hitler’s ideas Hitler’s ideas – as described in Mein Kampf - agreed with what many Germans believed. He wanted a strong, united Germany, to end the Treaty of Versailles and was also very anti-Semitic.
  • 4. Hitler’s organisation Hitler also showed himself to be an excellent organiser, capable of getting work completed. The Nazi Party reorganisation was either led by him, or the people he recruited.
  • 5. Arguments for influence Hitler was the heart of the Nazi Party – without him the party would never have succeeded. Even if he did not fully control all events, only he was skilful enough to exploit them.
  • 6. Arguments against influence Many of the reasons for Hitler’s success and support were outwith his control. The Treaty of Versailles was hated across Germany, not just by the Nazis. And economic problems came from elsewhere.

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