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Bring fact-checked results to the top of your browser search. Conditions were ripe for the development of such a party. Resentment at the loss of the war and the severity of the peace terms added to the economic woes and brought widespread discontent. Many of these joined the Nazi Party. Conditions were favourable for the growth of the small party, and Hitler was sufficiently astute to take full advantage of them.
When he joined the party, he found it ineffective, committed to a program of nationalist and socialist ideas but uncertain of its aims and divided in its leadership. He accepted its program but regarded it as a means to an end.
His propaganda Preconditions for the rise of an his personal ambition caused friction with the other leaders of the party. Hitler countered their attempts to curb him by threatening resignation, and because the future of the party depended on his power to organize publicity and to acquire funds, his opponents relented.
In July he became their leader with almost unlimited powers. From the first he set out to create a mass movement, whose mystique and power would be sufficient to bind its members in loyalty to him. The climax of this rapid growth of the Nazi Party in Bavaria came in an attempt to seize power in the Munich Beer Hall Putsch of Novemberwhen Hitler and General Erich Ludendorff tried to take advantage of the prevailing confusion and opposition to the Weimar Republic to force the leaders of the Bavarian government and the local army commander to proclaim a national revolution.
In the melee that resulted, the police and the army fired at the advancing marchers, killing a few of them.
Hitler was injured, and four policemen were killed. Placed on trial for treasonhe characteristically took advantage of the immense publicity afforded to him. He also drew a vital lesson from the Putsch—that the movement must achieve power by legal means.
He was sentenced to prison for five years but served only nine months, and those in relative comfort at Landsberg castle. Hitler used the time to dictate the first volume of Mein Kampfhis political autobiography as well as a compendium of his multitudinous ideas.
Moreover, he believed that the state existed to serve the Volk—a mission that to him the Weimar German Republic betrayed. All morality and truth were judged by this criterion: Parliamentary democratic government stood doubly condemned.
It assumed the equality of individuals that for Hitler did not exist and supposed that what was in the interests of the Volk could be decided by parliamentary procedures.
It was the rival Weltanschauung, Marxism which for him embraced social democracy as well as communismwith its insistence on internationalism and economic conflict.
Beyond Marxism he believed the greatest enemy of all to be the Jewwho was for Hitler the incarnation of evil.
Its final objective must be the removal of the Jews altogether. After his release, Hitler faced difficulties that had not existed before The republic seemed to have become more respectable. Hitler was forbidden to make speeches, first in Bavariathen in many other German states these prohibitions remained in force until — Nevertheless, the party grew slowly in numbers, and in Hitler successfully established his position within it against Gregor Strasserwhose followers were primarily in northern Germany.
The advent of the Depression inhowever, led to a new period of political instability. The alliance also enabled him to seek support from many of the magnates of business and industry who controlled political funds and were anxious to use them to establish a strong right-wing, antisocialist government.
The subsidies Hitler received from the industrialists placed his party on a secure financial footing and enabled him to make effective his emotional appeal to the lower middle class and the unemployed, based on the proclamation of his faith that Germany would awaken from its sufferings to reassert its natural greatness.
But his most important achievement was the establishment of a truly national party with its voters and followers drawn from different classes and religious groupsunique in Germany at the time. Unremitting propagandaset against the failure of the government to improve conditions during the Depression, produced a steadily mounting electoral strength for the Nazis.
The party became the second largest in the country, rising from 2. In Hitler opposed Hindenburg in the presidential election, capturing The fear of communism and the rejection of the Social Democrats bound them together.
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Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. In political philosophy, the right of revolution (or right of rebellion) is the right or duty of the people of a nation to overthrow a government that acts against their common interests and/or threatens the safety of the people without cause.
Preconditions to the Beginning of the Tribulation Period. The Book of Daniel lays the framework for the study of the tribulation period and Daniel alone gives the two critical preconditions for the beginning of the period: 1) the existence of Israel as a national entity; and 2) the re-emergence of a future form of the Roman Empire under the leadership of a small group of ten.
I. Necessary preconditions for the rise of empires: · State-level government-Chandra Gupta unified India politically, which was a rare feat-Governors had a free hand in organizing areas outside of the center of the empire- governor title passed father to son.
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