Adolf Hitler Essay | Hitler's Tyranny

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Hitler's Tyranny

Summary: This Essay is about Adolf Hitler and World War II.
Hitler's Tyranny

Post World War I Germany was in political chaos. Threatened by hyperinflation, the Germans were burdened by reparation payments to the victors. Fearing a communist take over, Hitler offered "scapegoats and solutions" (Rosenbaum 141). To the economically depressed he promised to despoil the Jewish financiers, who he blamed for Germany's defeat in World War I. To the working German he promised security. He quickly gained the financial support of bankers and industrialists with his anti-communism and promises to control trade unionism. "Hitler's insight into mass psychology was keen.  He was a master of intrigue and maneuver." (Rosenbaum 154)  Hitler acquired German citizenship through the state of Brunswick. He then ran in the presidential elections of 1932, but lost to a popular war hero by the name of Paul von Hindenburg.  He strengthened his position by falsely promising to support Chancellor Franz von Papen ("Hitler's Rise to...

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