The rise of Fascism in Germany

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Fascism in ever one of the three main countries, German, Spain, and Italy were slightly different in there own ways, but each Country ressembeld each other fairly similarly. The Major difference that sets Germany apart from Italy and Spain was Germanys much stronger sense of totalitarianism. Fascism took on the name of NAZI in Germany. The Nazi part was by far the most aggressive fascist movement of its time. Hitler, there leader, was also one of the most absolute fascist rulers, he had no competition. Compared to Mussolini's rule, Hitler was by far more powerful. The other countries Fascist leaders were voted and kept in through popularity. With Hitler, once he was in, he took complete control, you couldn't just vote Hitler out of office. The things he did with this power were bother horrible and helpful, but the problems he caused far outweighed the problems he solved.

Germany Suffered heavy losses through World War 1 and came back with nothing but the Treaty of Versailles and defeat.

The Treaty of Versailles was extremely harsh, basically it was made out as if Germany was the sole country responsible for the war. Due to this, Germany was left with many economic, political, and social problems from World War I and there was even more pain to come because of the harsh terms of Treaty of Versailles. The economy was plummeting, the Germany dollar soon became worthless and middle class was quickly becoming abolished. It wasn't till the extreme plunge in the economy 1929 did things start to heat up politically. This is were the Nazi party started to come into play. The Weimar Republic was unable to support Germany and deal with the depression. This lead to more and more attacks form the voters to elect either of the two totalitarian...