Germany and its support for Hitler

Essay by KeirJunior High, 9th grade March 2006

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Adolf Hitler is the most unforgettable character in the history of Germany. He made World War 2 happen and he was one of the most popular dictators. He really loved his country, but he hated the Jews very much. He thought that Jews made his country, broke down and they took everything from the Germans. So, when Germany had big problems, the government was weak and so many inflations went on. Hitler began his rise by joining the German Workers Party in 1919; his skills as a speaker transformed him as a lead speaker in the Nazi Party. The name, Nazi Party came from the National Sozialismus ("National Socialism"). In this party, he gave some promises to all the people in Germany.

Hitler saw his chance, every time he spoke all people began to hear. He told them all the dreams he had for Germany, rebuilding the army and preparing to fight communism.

Hitler promised most groups in Germany what they wanted, but he promised them most about the job they will get. He promised farmers to get higher prices for their products by making up for all their losses during the depression. Because in that situation, Germany really had no idea to solve their depression problems, so the government did not think about all their people suffering out there. Hitler also promised unemployed workers to get jobs building public works such as roads and stadiums. Unemployed workers needed work to buy things, because out there in Germany, all things were expensive, they had to work for the sake of their family and themselves. In addition, Hitler promised to the middle class to restore the profits of small businesses and the value of savings and to end the Communist threat. To all Germans he promised to restore German honors by...