A Fooled Nation: The Role Of German Morale In Hitler's Rise To Power

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American History

 

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Elizabeth P

 

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February 14, 2016

 

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University

 

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How did Hitler come to power? The people of Germany were weakened in the aftermath of World War I and therefore were willing to listen to his ideas. Those ideas have lived on, unfortunately. Many around the world still find inspiration in his words. Also have lived on, the memories. Time has not dimmed these terms: storm troops, gas chambers, death camps, and holocaust...
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Also have lived on, the memories. Time has not dimmed these terms: storm troops, gas chambers, death camps, and holocaust. A new generation asks, why? On the morning of September 15 1930, early editions of newspapers across Germany brought the first reports that Adolf Hitler's National Socialist German Workers Party (NSDAP) had scored a stunning electoral triumph...
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