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Social Conditions between 1928-1933 that Enabled Hitler to Come to Power

Summary: Social and historical factors came into play that created a climate for the German dictatorship of Adolf Hitler. Germany had been devasted by World War I and the Treaty of Versailles and Germans were hungry for some type of new leadership.
Up to 1928 there had been uncertainty in Germany, with the Wall Street crash of 1929 this uncertainty became reality as the Weimar Republic fell and Hitler took power. The crushing blows of the Treaty of Versailles to Germany's economy and its public pride led to the mood of the German people becoming depressed. They were penniless, so they looked left and right for an answer to their problems. With the rise of communism and right wing socialism, democracy was steadily losing power. With the continual use of article 48(presidents ability to overrule the Reichstag), the limited personality of leaders, the awkward policies and loss of democratic ideals, the Weimar republic was week. With the ideas of Nazi propaganda and Nazi political methods, people specifically looked at Nazism as a way out of their situation.

In 1923 a group of young, so called, Nazis were ambitiously planning to take over Berlin...

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