The Rise Of Fascism In Germany

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Fascism in ever one of the three main countries, German, Spain, and Italy were slightly different in there own ways, but each Country ressembeld each other fairly similarly. The Major difference that sets Germany apart from Italy and Spain was Germanys much stronger sense of totalitarianism. Fascism took on the name of NAZI in Germany. The Nazi part was by far the most aggressive fascist movement of its time. Hitler, there leader, was also one of the most absolute fascist rulers, he had no competition. Compared to Mussolini's rule, Hitler was by far more powerful. The other countries Fascist leaders were voted and kept in through popularity. With Hitler, once he was in, he took complete ...view middle of the document...

The party he ended up joining was the National Socialist Party. The National Socialist Party was a 25 member party, were only 6 of them were active in activities and discussions. Soon after joining, Hitler became leader and quickly broadened the party by attending the first mass meeting of the German Workers' Party. Soon after the meeting, the Party name was changed to The National Socialist German Workers' Party. As the party grew, they found that violence was quite a useful tool in politics, so they formed the Storm Troopers to protect there meetings, disrupt other socialists, communist meetings, and persecute Jews. Shortly after in 1921, Hitler was voted "unlimited chairman" and the party emblem was formed, the black swastika.The party continued to grow, as the to The National Socialist German Workers' Party newspaper "Volkischer Beobachter" was published, more members continued to join. Within the next 3 years, the National Socialist German Workers' Party grew until around 1923 were the party made an aggressive attack against the government, known as the beer hall putsch. Approximately 600 Storm Troopers along with the Hitler and General Erich Ludendorff stormed a beer hall with government officials and held them hostage. There attempt fail and Hitler was arrested and sentenced 5 years in jail along with the National Socialist German Workers' Party being outlawed.After serving a less then a year, Hitler was let free. By the time I was let out, the political party he had started was all but gone. He quickly set back to his goal and slowly rebuilt the party with the support of a few wealthy men. In 1926 he declared himself the party leader and reorganized the Storm Troops under his control. Soon after, another major depression occurred in 1929. Employment drastically decreased, foreign trade came to a halt, and industry slowed down greatly. This is were the Nazi party began to thrive and gain its primary members and supporters. Sine the Nazi party offered jobs, food, and relief, thousands of broke business owners, discharged civil servants, failing farmers, and unemployed workers joined the Nazi part in search of relief of the current economy.The mass increase of...

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