Hitler threw the country into producing weapons, which gained him the approval and loyalty of three main factions: the military, the industrialists, and the common people who were relieved from mass unemployment.
Germany did not lose World War I in a decisive military defeat.
They saw the writing on the wall and opted for an armistice – which became the Treaty of Versailles. The French and British, who had done a great deal of the fighting and bleeding, felt that Germany got off too easily.
Hitler’s twisted promises offered Germans a solution to their despair.
Although the 1932 elections made the Nazi party the largest in Germany, no single party actually won a majority and none could form a government.
The book outlined his fanatical hatred for the Jews.
It was a runaway best-seller in Germany, and made Hitler a millionaire.One of the stipulations was that Germany had to pay billion in war reparations.This was a fraction of the actual damage, which totaled more than 0 billion.And he achieved all this completely legally through the system.Hitler immediately set out to do as promised: He got Germany back on its feet economically, and got the nations of the world to absolve all debt from World War I.On the other hand, Germany felt unjustly penalized.