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Reasons for Hitler's Rise to Power

Summary: Critically examines the reasons for Hitler's rise to power. Explores how he World Economic Crisis, inherited weakness of the Weimar Republic, Hitler's personality, use of propaganda, radicalization of politics and opportunism intrigue are collectively accountable for Hitler's rise to power.
Very few historians can refute the argument that there were many reasons for Hitler's rise to power. They mostly agree that the World Economic Crisis, inherited weakness of the Weimar Republic, Hitler's personality, use of propaganda, radicalization of politics and opportunism intrigue are collectively accountable for Hitler's rise to power. However, most of them are divided when it comes to evaluating the relative importance of each of the reasons. Some historians place particular emphasis on certain factors that others may trivialize, and vice versa. The essay will therefore focus on the historians' debate on the main reasons for Hitler's rise to power.

The Weimar Republic was a period marked by instability and ultimately doomed by its inherited weaknesses. Harold James is a strong advocate of this, arguing that the long-term structural and hereditary weaknesses undermined the Weimar Republic. He believes that the terms of...

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