HitlerRise to Power
The early days…• Born April 20th, 1889, Austria• After Germany’s WWI defeat, he devoted his  life to restoring their milit...
Political Career• 1923- thrown into prison for trying to  overthrow Bavarian government• In prison, he wrote “Mein Kampf” ...
Mein KampfOutlined his plan for Germany1) Aryanswere the superior race destined to dominate   the inferior races like the ...
Rise to Power- Final Stages• After Great Depression, Germany was in a  poor state, and wanted solution to economic  proble...
Terms• NAZI- Germany’s National Socialist Party from  1920-1945• Anti-Semitism- dscrimination or hatred  towards people of...
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Hitler's Rise to Power

  1. 1. HitlerRise to Power
  2. 2. The early days…• Born April 20th, 1889, Austria• After Germany’s WWI defeat, he devoted his life to restoring their military glory
  3. 3. Political Career• 1923- thrown into prison for trying to overthrow Bavarian government• In prison, he wrote “Mein Kampf” (my struggle) which was a series of personal stories, threats vs. enemies, ideas for Germany• 1933- Became leader of National Socialist Party- Nazi’s
  4. 4. Mein KampfOutlined his plan for Germany1) Aryanswere the superior race destined to dominate the inferior races like the Jews2) key to domination was “lebensraum” (living space), so Germany must expand3) in order to achieve this, he promoted the“anschluss” which was the unification of Austria and Germany4) after the anschluss, Germany would conquer Poland, Czechoslovakia and Russia… and the rest of Europe
  5. 5. Rise to Power- Final Stages• After Great Depression, Germany was in a poor state, and wanted solution to economic problems• 1930- Nazis win 107 seats in the Reichstag• 1933- became Chancellor of Germany • End of Democratic Republic of Germany • Beginning of Nazi Reich • 1933 marked the beginning of Jewish persecution in Germany
  6. 6. Terms• NAZI- Germany’s National Socialist Party from 1920-1945• Anti-Semitism- dscrimination or hatred towards people of Jewish descent

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