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The Great Depression

Summary: Describes how the Great Depression was important to the rise of the Nazi Party.
The Great Depression was important to the rise of the Nazi Party but there were other important factors that resulted to the rise, such as the weakness of the Weimar Republic and the increase in support for the Nazi Party.

The Great Depression of 1929 sent America into an economy depression. The world was affected, in particular Germany because of the scale of its loan from America. Many American bankers and businessmen began to demand their money back from German businesses. The result was economic collapse in Germany as businesses went bankrupt and unemployment soared. Germany still had to pay reparations to the Allies. The German people experienced unemployment and poverty again and hence were dissatisfied with the way the Weimar government handled the situation and therefore looked towards alternative parties who could represent their views and look after their needs. One such party was the Nazi party...

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