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How did the Great Depression contribute to the rise of Adolf Hitler and/or Benito Mussolini?
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[Student’s Name] [Instructor’s Name] [Course name and code] 24 May 2011. How did the Great Depression contribute to the rise of Adolf Hitler? Adolf Hitler was a man of multiple talents. He had the power of speech, and organization. These qualities made him a brilliant politician.
One of the most important reasons that brought the Nazis to power in Germany was the peace settlement of the Treaty of Versailles. Germans were made to sign it after the termination of the First World War as they had no other option to go with. The German public saw the Treaty as a sign of defeat and insult for Germany, and its terms were totally unacceptable to them. The Treaty compelled the Germans to make up for the losses of the victims as a punishment. The Germans were required to treat their neighbors nicely, get their military handicapped and shut down their industries (Lewis). Consequentially, the rising tension made the then existing government extremely unpopular among the public and the public generally wanted to get rid of it. The government was being heavily criticized for having signed the disgusting Treaty. The immense anger that cultivated inside the people of Germany because of the First World War followed by the Treaty of Versailles made the circumstances very favorable for Adolf Hitler and the public found his expansionism and brutality very appealing. They finally resolved to support Hitler because he had promised to them that he would abolish the Treaty of Versailles. ...
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