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What factors LED to the rise of the Nazi party?




This question is part of Advanced World War II Quiz
Asked by Drakhl, Last updated: Jun 30, 2020

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M. Gomez

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Answered Oct 03, 2019

Many factors led to the rise of the Nazi party. A major factor that led to the rise to power was the catastrophic state of the economy. At the time that Germany was recovering from the World War, it was hit realty by the Great Depression. The Great Depression caused economic and political UNREST IN Germany and other nations. Inflation rate escalated, business fell and the rate of unemployment was on the high side.

The Nazi party rose to power in 1993 and took over power in every aspect of the society in Germany and other countries which they occupied. The Nazi party was defeated by the end of the Second World War in 1945. The Nazis ruled Germany for a period of 12 years. Hope you find this information helpful.

 

Christian

Christian

Answered Jan 22, 2018

Before The Great Depression, popularity for right wing and left wing parties went down. When the G.D. struck, extremeist politicians like Hitler only seemed to offer solutions, which gave rise to the Nazi Party.

 

John Adney

John Adney

Answered Jun 21, 2017

[ncreasig inflation and joblrss. Also the indignation for the treaty signed at the end of World War I

 

John Smith

John Smith

Answered Jun 11, 2017

The Germans and English had a good relationship; Hitler described them as our English cousins.
 

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