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The Rise of Hitler

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This essay discusses Hitlers rise to power up until WW2, includes info on the effects of WW1, the problems of the Weimar government, Hitler joining the Nazi party, the Beer Hall Putsch, Mein Kampf, Propaganda, Hitler as a public figure and the Hitler youth. There is some unfinished notes and paragraphs that need filling out

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Adolf Hitler Politics Germany Adolf Hitler's rise to power Beer Hall Putsch Mein Kampf Triumph of the Will Führer Hitler Youth Night of the Long Knives German Workers' Party Weimar Republic Hitler Joins
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Adolf Hitler Politics Germany Adolf Hitler's rise to power Beer Hall Putsch Mein Kampf Triumph of the Will Führer Hitler Youth Night of the Long Knives German Workers' Party Weimar Republic Hitler Joins
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The Effects of World War One On the 11 th of November in 1918, World War One finally stopped, Germany was defeated and left in a terrible state. A majority of the German population was facing starvation, as farmers had been drafted into the war and importing food was made impossible due to the British navy blockading German ports. Around three quarters of a million Germans died from hunger and subsequent disease. The German government was also very weak and unstable after Germany was made into a complete dictatorship by the Kaiser. Citizens of Germany, angry at their beloved nation losing the war, were even furtherly aggravated with the Treaty of Versaille, which was signed on the 28th of June in 1919. The treaty not only made Germany pay £6600 million in reparations, greatly decreased their army’s size and occupied ...
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