The main contributing reason for Adolf Hitler's rise to power in Germany was due to the Treaty of Versailles, which saw Germany face territorial losses, reparations for the damage caused by WW1, and the blame for starting WW1. However, there were many other contributing factors which aided Hitler's rise to power, such as his exceptional personality, the Great Depression, the weakness of the Weimar Government, and the use of efficient and special tactics by the Nazi Party.
The defeat of the Germany in WW1 left many Germans bitterly angry and shattered by the Treaty of Versailles, which was drawn up by leaders of Allied parties. The Treaty of Versailles saw Germans hard hit, as Germany faced territorial losses more than 13% of Germany was taken by Allied countries, and its most productive industrial land, the Rhineland, was taken over my the Allies. The Treaty of Versailles also saw the removal of the Kaiser, and the creation of a "democratic" nation. It also saw Germany forced to pay reparations for the damage caused by the war; yet the peace term most resented by Germans alike, was the fact that the Germany was solely to blame for causing the war. The German public was acrimoniously angry by the "peace terms" stated in the Treaty of Versailles, and was looking for someone to blame. The Nazi Party, led by Hitler gave Germans someone to blame the new Weimar government. Through his powerful speeches, Hitler reminded the German people of the November Criminals the Weimar Government for signing the Treaty of Versailles, and agreeing to the November 11th Armistice. Adolf Hitler said what the people wanted to hear, that he wanted to tear up the Versailles treaty and get Germany back to the way it was before the war.
Hitler and his private army, the Sturmabteilung, attempted to overthrow the government in Munich, Bavaria. The movement, called "The Putsch" was