By Arizona Calliope
There are many factors that contribute to Hitler’s rise to power from his personality to the Wall Street Crash. They are all important factors that helped him win the elections and become Chancellor in January 1933. The point of this essay is to describe how Hitler’s personality, the Wall Street Crash, the Political Crisis, the Nazi’s being Anti-Communist, the promise to reverse the Treaty of Versailles, the promise to tackle unemployment, women being attracted to the Nazi party and the Anti-Jewish campaign all contributed to Hitler’s rise to power. Personally I think that the most important factor is the Wall Street Crash because Germany was then forced to vote for the Nazi’s because they had nothing better to hope for.
An important factor of Hitler becoming Chancellor in January 1933 was his personality, Adolf Hitler was a genius; it took overwhelming intelligence to come from such a poor background to the Chancellor of Germany, but he managed it suggesting that he was a stubborn man and doesn’t stop until he gets what he wants. Hitler was a very popular man, which helped him make the public like him. In doing this he was able to make them listen to what he had to say, he was a very powerful speaker and the speeches he wrote were very inspiring which filled the listeners with aspiration. His personality links to every one of the point I am going to make in this essay because if he didn’t put his twist on things he would never have done them, he turned the Depression into a beam of hope for Germany. This factor defiantly helped Hitler in his rise to power because his personality is who he is, his stubbornness and arrogance defiantly helped him become one of the most listened to men in Germany.
Another important factor of Hitler becoming Chancellor in January 1933 was The Wall Street Crash, this caused a