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Hitler's rise to power was based upon long term factors - resentment in the German people, the weakness of the Weimar system -
which he exploited through propaganda,
the terror of his stormtroopers, and the
brilliance of his speeches.
During the 'roaring twenties' Germans
ignored this vicious little man with his
programme of hatred. But when the Great
Depression ruined their lives, they voted for
him in increasing numbers. Needing
support, and thinking he could control Hitler,
President Hindenburg made the mistake in
January 1933 of giving Hitler the post of
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