Hitler - Breakthrough Summary & Analysis

Ian Kershaw
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Breakthrough Summary and Analysis

In part one, Hitler realized that the time was perfect to demand some positions within the government and he did. The demands were met and those appointed to key positions began to move their departments toward Nazi Party ideas. Hitler saw the tide turning in favor of the Nazi Party. In part two, the government faced increasing unrest fueled by questions of unemployment and employer unemployment contributions. Mistakes within the current government further hurt the situation. In part three, there were problems within the Nazi Party as well and some of these were made public. However, the problems blew over by the summer of 1930 with elections about to occur. In part four, the Nazi Party advanced within the government were made and in the course of one election, the membership became the second largest in terms of government control. In part...

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