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Hitler’s Rise to Power

Question 1: The economic depression of 1929 played an important part in Hitler’s rise to power. This is because the industrial boom in the US led to a number of businesses over-manufactorng their goods. The goods then weren’t sold and the businesses went bankrupt. Gradually the US went bankrupt then the whole world. The US […]

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How does source I prove that Goering was telling the truth in source H?

Source H is Goering’s account of a conversation with Hitler regarding Kristallnacht. In this account Goering claims that Goebbels planned Kristallnacht, continuing he implies that Hitler was against Kristallnacht. Goering claims that he himself disapproved of the event due to materialistic reasons saying “it is not acceptable that he upset my difficult economic tasks” this […]

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Hitler Sources Question

From ‘Source A’ you can learn that Hitler expected either resistance or the need to intimidate the crowd as he and his men were armed. One can see that the events did not ‘kick off until 8.30, as this is the time Hitler’s men enter the room. Also you can observe that Hitler had planned […]

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Explore the presentation of the Nazi Party in feature films

In between the period of 1933 and 1945,the Nazi party became one of Germany’s most famous regimes. It caused the Second World War to break out and therefore had spread its name throughout most of the world. The leader of this party was Adolf Hitler. Along with the other Nazi members, he portrayed his callous […]

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Factors of the rise of Hitler

The treaty of Versailles, 22 June 1919.This only dealt with Germany. The peace treaty imposed upon Germany at Versailles by the victorious allies was an impossible burden for a country already crippled by the human and material cost of the war. The prospect for a success was weak. The allies maintained their naval blockade while […]

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History Hitler

After WW1 Germany was in great turmoil this is where Hitler began his struggle to gain power in Germany. So may argue that Hitler was a planning man some argue that he was purely an opportunist but no one could of imagined nor planned for all the things that he had to go through to […]

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The Methods and Circumstances of Hitlers Rise to Power

After Germany’s defeat in the First World War. Germany were forced to sign a treaty called the Treaty of Versailles that limited Germany’s power extensively. The treaty stated penalties such as the loss of German soil, a great minimization of Germany’s army and navy and of course Germany was forced to pay for the reparations […]

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Paths of Budda and Gandhi

Siddhartha Gautama was a devoted spiritual teacher and is considered as the founder of the Buddhism faith. Within the Buddhist faith, Siddhartha Gautama is the Supreme “Buddha” meaning “awakened one” or “the enlightened one” and is often considered within the religion of Hinduism as a deity. Historians are not sure of the exact years of […]

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