Jan 30, 2008 ... There were still many Germans who were skeptical of Hitler when he became chancellor in 1933. ... The referendum that followed on 19 August 1934, to legitimize the power-political ... "Why does the Führer put up with that?
Mar 30, 2005 ... Hitler, says Goetz Aly, was a "feel good dictator," a leader who not only […] ... a nagging question: Why did average Germans so heartily support the Nazis ... his 12 years in power did Hitler raise taxes for working class people.
Germany was in a terrible state. The huge burden of reparations from World War One had damaged the economy, and it had gone into hyperinflation, wiping out ...
Were the people of Germany seduced by Hitler's incredible charisma and hypnotized ... The Bourgeois and the elite did not want a revolution like that of Russia. ... The Czar further used the protocol to support his anti-Semitic policies in Russia.
Mar 18, 2016 ... The second puzzle, which bothered me for a long time, about the genocide that Adolf Hitler and his henchmen perpetrated on millions, is why ...
If Hitler was a villain, why did Germans support the Nazis and Third Reich? He was a dictator but he was the kind that made people of Germany important and ...
Mar 1, 2007 ... How could ordinary German citizens support people who were so ... Why did some Germans support the Hitler regime while others opposed it?
The government of Adolf Hitler was popular with most Germans. ... Efforts to " coordinate" religious life also followed the Nazi rise to power. ... chief justice of the People's Court in Berlin, presided over the trial of those implicated in the plot.
Dec 1, 2016 ... Hundreds of thousands of Germans were killed fighting for the Nazi ... Sir Ian Kershaw explains why so many were willing to follow Hitler to the end .... Around 250,000 people are thought to have died on such 'death marches'.