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Reasons for the increasing support given to NSDAP by the German people in the period 1923 - 1936.
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Reasons for the increasing support given to NSDAP by the German people in the period 1923 - 1936. The NSDAP Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei, who were in the early 1920s, "a small and not particularly distinctive element in the multifarious and fragmented German volkisch movement" had become by 1936 the ruling organisation of German society. There were many factors influencing the German mass support to swing towards the party during 1923-36. In the face of economic turmoil, the overbearing influence of foreign countries on their Fatherland and the inability of presiding governments in dealing with crisis, the German people lived...
capitalise on the economic turmoil and national outrage to gain support before and during their accession to power. Once in control of Germany the most vital factor, which contributed to the continuation of support was propaganda; the ability to deceive the public that all was well in the Third Reich. Comparatively Hitler's foreign and domestic policy successes were of minor importance. As a final evaluation it can be said that when normal people are subjected to extreme conditions they usually start searching for extreme solutions and the increasing support experienced by the Nazi party was a consequence of desperation.
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