Effect of Hitler's regime in Germany (and the World?).

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Withdrawing from the fog of defeat, Germany was in despair, the people were disillusioned and the glory that once burnt brilliantly was stifled. Many governments came and went, not being able to grasp the problems inherent to German life, therefore not being able to eliminate the difficulties involved. What the people needed was a leader, a person who could spur them onto greatness. Such a person emerged in the time where Germany was in need, that person was Adolf Hitler.

The rut Germany had fallen in was extremely deep and complicated. Germany had been stumbling around in the dark for years after the Armistice was signed in November 1918. The Treaty of Versailles brought about problems such as Hyperinflation, which brought the people to their knees, in search of relief. The Weimar republic came into power during 1922-23, and solved minor problems concerning economy, freedom and also weathered a Bolshevik insurgence.

This small bout of relief was short lived, and the people were still left hopeless.

When all was seemed to be out of control, a messiah came. Someone who could relieve the strain of the depression the nation had slumped into. Adolf Hitler rose to power in the 1933, backing the Nazi party, claiming dictatorship of the ravaged country. He was zealous for glory, and was extremely passionate about what he wanted for his country. This charisma made him an extremely influential leader; he swayed the masses into embracing his ideologies and beliefs. So powerful he became, that he convinced the country they were the "chosen race", encouraging them to dispatch all those who opposed their quest for the ultimate prize of glory.

Since Hitler was such a charismatic orator, his public speaking skills were nothing short of remarkable. The quest for glory he and his Nazi Germany...