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The Rise of Hitler
This paper looks closely at Hitler's rise to power while commenting on the weak enforcement of the Treaty of Versailles.
# 25203 | 2,705 words | 6 sources | MLA | 2002 | US

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This paper takes a step by step approach to looking at the way in which Adolph Hitler rose to power in post-WWI Germany. The writer asserts that, even though one may not agree with his teachings, it is clear that Hitler was one of the most influential people in modern history.

Table of Contents:
The Treaty of Versailles
Young Hitler
Hitler?s Political Beginnings
Formation of the Nazi Party
The Beer Hall Putsch
The "Mein Kampf"
The Depression
Taking Control

From the Paper:

"In February of 1920, Hitler urged the Party to holds its first mass meeting. On the 24th, Hitler was thrilled when he entered the large meeting hall in Munich and saw two thousand people waiting. He proceeded to outline the Twenty Five Points of the German Workers' Party, which included; the union of all Germans in a greater German Reich, the rejection of the Treaty of Versailles, citizenship determined by race, a thorough reconstruction of the national education system, and a strong central government for the execution of effective legislation (Hanser 212-217)."

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