A question people often ask me is “Why did so many Germans believe Hitler and the NSDAP?”
Hitler did not keep his hate for Jews and other groups e deemed unworthy a secret. In fact he wrote about it in Mein Kampf and other political publications.So why did so many Germans endorse him and his policies?
That question is actually not so hard to answer.
There were a few factors and it also came down to timing.One of the reasons te Nazis cited for the woes of the German people was the treaty of Versailles. Te treart had caused undue hardships for Germany after WWI,but by 1924 the allied had realized that. The hyper inflation in Germany causing simple daily things like bread and milk to cost millions of reich marks, had not gone unnoticed.
The Dawes Plan (as proposed by the Dawes Committee, chaired by Charles G. Dawes) was…
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