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The Nazi Party was one of a number of right-wing extremist political groups that emerged in Germany following World War I. Beginning with the onset of the Great Depression it rose rapidly from obscurity to political prominence, becoming the largest party in the German parliament in 1932.
The Nazi Party’s meteoric rise to power began in 1930, when it attained 107 seats in Germany’s parliament, the Reichstag. In July 1932, the Nazi Party became the largest political party in the Reichstag with 230 representatives
In the final years of the Weimar Republic (1930 to 1933), the government ruled by emergency decree because it could not attain a parliamentary majority. Political and economic instability, coupled with voter dissatisfaction with the status quo, benefitted the Nazi Party.
As a result of the Nazis’ mass support, German president Paul von Hindenburg appointed Hitler chancellor on January 30, 1933. His appointment paved the way to the Nazi dictatorship after Hindenburg’s death in August 1934.
In the 1920s, Germany faced social and economic problems. The Weimar Government was unpopular and faced opposition from both left and right. The Nazis were able to gain wide support and rise to power.
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Adolf Hitler was disillusioned and bitter after World War One. He felt the war had ended too soon and the Weimar Republic had sold Germany out by agreeing to the Treaty of Versailles.
In 1919 he joined a small political party in Munich, known as the German Workers' Party. Before long he was its leader.
He changed the party name to the National Socialist German Workers' Party (NSDAP). This became known as the Nazi party.
The Nazi party’s policies were deliberately vague so they might appeal to as many people as possible. People of both right and moderate-left wing politics joined because they agreed with at least one of their policies:
an aim to abolish the "unfair punishment" of the Treaty of Versailles was popular with many Germans
promises of better pensions and increased employment appealed to the common man and many traditional socialists
opposition to communism led many landowners and businessmen to support the Nazis – they were seen as the only credible right-wing alternative to the left-wing parties.
belief in the supremacy of the German race appealed to nationalists.
paramilitary groups reminded people of the comradeship they shared as soldiers during World War One
the promise to re-militarise Germany would bring in huge industrial contracts – bringing support from many industrialists
Hitler's hatred of Jews struck a chord with many people - they were a convenient scapegoat for all Germany's problems
Use of propaganda
Propaganda poster aimed at women saying “German women, think of your children – Vote Hitler”Propaganda poster “German women, think of your children – Vote Hitler”
Propaganda is information spread to promote a political cause and to persuade people of a certain point of view.
Information about what the Nazis believed in and who they blamed for Germany’s dire situation was effectively spread by the Party’s propaganda machine. Hitler put Josef Goebbels in charge of Nazi propaganda.
Methods of campaigning that the Nazis used in the 1920s included
newspapers (eg 'Der Sturmer')
The Nazis used simple slogans to introduce their ideas and to make them appeal to the ordinary people of Germany.
At the same time Goebbels prevented those who opposed Nazi policies from expressing their views. This helped ensure only Nazi messages got across to the public.
The Nazi Party was extremely organised. This meant they were able to convey policies to a wide range of people, while appearing to be competent and able to run the country:
The Nazis were present in many German cities and towns with many local offices
Nazi party members worked efficiently to spread policies through propaganda
the SA appeared to be a strong organisation which could protect Germany from its enemies – internal as well as external.
When social unrest increased, after benefits were cut in 1930, Hitler used fear of Communism to get support from indutrialists. Alfred Hugenberg, an industrialist who owned a chain of newspapers ,and Fritz Thyssen, a steel manufacturer, along with other industrialists formed the Harzburg Front.
The Harzburg Front helped finance the Nazi election campaigns in 1932-1933. This ensured the Communists were defeated.
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Nazism became popular in Germany by 1930 due to a lot of reasons:
The most apparent being the Great Depression. The Weimar Republic did little to remedy the country's economic downfall, and Hitler was presented as a saviour to the humiliated German people living in economic and political crises.
The powerful speeches of Hitler in which he sought to build a great nation, undo the injustice of the Versailles Treaty, restore the dignity of German people and provide employment for all stirred hopes in people.
Nazi propaganda was unique. Red banners with the Swastika, Nazi salute and the rounds of applause attracted the people making Nazism very popular.
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Nazism became popular for the following reasons (i) After defeat in the First World War, Germany was forced to sign the harsh and humiliating Treaty of Versailles, in which it was made to accept the guilt for the war. The Germans felt disgraced and humiliated. Consequently, they were made to believe, by Hitler's oratory, that he would restore Germany to its former glory. (ii) Political parties like the Communists, Socialists, Democrats, etc were not united. There were conflicts between them and the government became weak. The Nazi Party took advantage of the situation and captured power. (iii) Democracy in Germany was relatively new and it was not strong. It did not appeal to the Germans. They wanted a party and a system that would re-establish the glory and prestige of Germany. So, they were attracted to the Nazi Party. (iv) Hitler was a great orator and with his speeches he was able to sway the masses and win their confidence, He was able to convince them that he would undo the injustice done and bring back the glory and dignity of the German people. He promised employment for those looking for work. He won over the youth by promising them a secure future. (v) He got the support of the Army, the industrialists and the landlords because he opposed communism and socialism, which these people also opposed. Thus, Hitler and the Nazi Party were able to win the support of all sections of Germans and so become
Maxim become popular in Germany in 1930 due to the following reasons :-On 3 March 1933, the famous enabling act was passed. This act established dictatorship in Germany. It gave Hitler all powers to side line parliament and rule by decree.Hitler want only nazis so he killed 6 million Jews, 20000 Gypsies, 1 million Polish Civilians. According to Naz ideology there was no equality between people, but only a racial hierarchy. In this view bond, blue-eyed, Nordic German Aryans were at the top, while Jews were located at the lowest rung. He had rule over the higher-lowerand primary-secondry schools, at home, press and radio.
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In Germany various people were hit hard by the economic crisis and the large scale unemployment.
Political instability and frequent changes in the government also made the peole to lose trust in the weimar Republic.
Hitler device a new system of politics and organised massive rally to bring unity among the people of Germany.
The Germans had suffered national humiliation after signing the treaty of Versailles whose terms and conditions were very harsh.
Hitler was a very good orator and his speeches made a deep impact on the people due to which nazizm became popular in the 1930.