rise and effects ot nazism

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August 22, 2012

 

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Hitler later accepted the invitation and joined the party in September 1919,[2][3] and he became propaganda boss. The party was renamed the National Socialist German Workers' Party on April 1, 1920, against Hitler's choice of Social Revolutionary Party.[4][5] Hitler became the party leader on July 29, 1921...
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As Nazism became dominant in Germany, especially after 1933, it was defined in practice as whatever was decreed by the Nazi Party and in particular by the Fuhrer, Adolf Hitler. In 1934, after the Night of the Long Knives, Nazism split into two factions, the first was the nationalist-oriented faction led by Hitler which initiated and succeeded in violently purging the party of the socialist-oriented faction led by Gregor Strasser, his brother Otto and SA chief Ernst Rohm, which later became known as Strasserism...
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