Hitler - Emergence of the Leader Summary & Analysis

Ian Kershaw
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Emergence of the Leader Summary and Analysis

In part one, Alfred Rosenberg was left in charge of the party during Hitler's thirteen months in prison. Rosenberg is editor of the "Volkischer Beobachter." Rosenberg had expected that having Hitler's support would mean that people would follow him but quickly discovered this was not the case. In fact, the Nazi party was formally banned during this time. There were additional factions emerging and converging and Hitler, from his jail cell, refused to commit to any particular cause, possibly to better his chances of early release. In part two, that opportunity for early release came and Hitler's supporters came out on his behalf while opponents said he would certainly return to his previous paramilitary work upon release. The supporters won out and Hitler was released after serving a fraction of the total sentence.

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