Hitler's Psychopathic Dictator

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The best way I can honestly describe Hitler is Psychopathic Dictator, he’s best known for his fascist nazi government, causing the world's largest genocide, the hostile takeover of 75% of europe by 1942 and the racial policies he created in order to create german as the perfect society. But what made this aspiring artists become one of history’s most dangerous men. While most of the world understands what his crimes were many are unaware of his rise to power, and how a democratic government became a dictatorship responsible for the deaths of seven million Jews. Many people from scholars to politicians began to question how a european government becomes a dictatorship in less than a decade. In order to understand Hitler’s influence on history…show more content…
During this time he adopted many of the anti-Semitic, nationalist and anti-Marxist views that were projected by the party’s founder Anton Drexler. In September 1919, Hitler joined the Nazi party in order to evict change within germany unfortunately no one was expecting what happened next. He soon gained fame for his charismatic speeches the topics varied from Treaty of Versailles, Political Rivals, Marxists and especially Jews. On November 8, 1923, Hitler and the nazi party staged a coup against the prime minister Gustav Kahr.At the coup, Hitler declared that “the revolution had begun and…show more content…
After the failed coup known as the "Beer Hall Putsch", Hitler was arrested and convicted for high treason. He was sentenced to serve nine months in prison. During Hitler’s nine months in prison he created his political manifesto that was called Mein Kampf ("My Struggle").The book laid out Hitler's plans for transforming German society into one based on race. While often illogical and full of grammatical errors, Mein Kampf was seen provocative and intelligent, making it appealing to the Germans who felt displaced at the end of World War I. With millions unemployed, the Great Depression in Germany provided a political strength for Hitler as germans were unhappy with the parliamentary system and were more open towards extremist views. President Hindenburg appointed Hitler as germany’s chancellor. Hitler used his position as chancellor to form a de facto legal dictatorship. After the Reichstag Fire, a decree was made saying in a time of crisis it would suspend the basic rights and allowed detention without trial. After he achieved full control over the legislative and executive branches of german government, Hitler and his political allies began to suppress their political opposition. On July 14, 1933, Hitler's Nazi Party was declared the only

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