When Hitler assumed control of the Nazi party, he immediately:Announced the new name of the party: National Socialist German Workers’ Party, before called German Workers Party.Proclaimed a 25-point program in February 24th, 1920, to approximately 2000 people in the Munich Festival of the Hofbräuhaus. This program was the political foundation of the party, it listed and stated its demands and legal precepts, such as the expansion of German territory (with Austria), abrogation of the Treaty of Versailles, conditions to be a citizen (The person had to be "member of the race", and no Jew could be one), conditions to live in Germany (Only citizens were able to), land reform, death to all criminals, education to teach "the German Way", encouragement of gymnastics and swimming, formation of a national army and duty of the state towards the people and vice-versa, etc.
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he campaigned to elect more nazis to import political possision
began enforcing his personal nationalistic and racist views.
Began enforcing his personal nationalistic and racist views.
a. he immediately began enforcing his personal nationalistic and racist views.
"a. he immediately began enforcing his personal nationalistic and racist views. "
National Socialism, commonly shortened to Nazism, is the ideology of the regime that ruled Germany from 1934 to 1945 with the coming to power of Adolf Hitler's National German Socialist Workers Party (NSDAP). Hitler instituted a dictatorship, the self-proclaimed Third Reich. The Reich joined Austria from the Anschluss, as well as the Sudetenland as well as Memel and Danzig. During the Second World War, the Nazis occupied land in France, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, the Netherlands, Denmark and Norway. The Germany of this period is known as Nazi Germany.
Nazism is a form of fascism that demonstrated an ideological rejection by liberal democracy and the parliamentary system. He also incorporated a fervent anti-Semitism, scientific racism and eugenics in his creed. His extreme nationalism came from Pangermanism and the Völkisch movement prominent in German nationalism of the time, and was strongly influenced by the anti-Communist Freikorps paramilitary groups that emerged after the defeat of Germany in the First World War, from which emerged "the cult to violence "that was" at the heart of the movement. "
On this date in 1921, Adolf Hitler turns to be the chief of the Nazi Party and known as National Socialist German Workers. Under the leadership of Hitler, the Nazi Party turned into a campaign and commanded Germany as a tyrannical state from 1933 to 1945.
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Hitler’s initial years did not appear to prognosticate his emergence as an authoritative leader. He belongs to a very miserable family and even not able to afford his studies from the university. During World War I, he enlisted a Bavarian army of the German soldiers and was acknowledged as a courageous warrior. However, his administrations assumed he lacked administration potential and never graduated him beyond corporal.
Disappointed by Germany’s downfall in the war, which transmitted the nation economically pessimistic and politically unbalanced; Hitler joined a fledgling institution described as the German Workers’ Party in 1919.
This party was anti-Marxist and objected to the popular post-war administration of the Weimar Republic and harsh terms of Treaty of Versailles, promoting extremist patriotism and Pan-German-ism as well as antagonistic anti-Semitism. Hitler's "rise" can be estimated to have completed in March 1933, following the Reichstag approved the Enabling Act of 1933 during that period.
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he began enforcing his personal nationalistic and racist views