In what ways did the Nazi state seek to establish total control over its people? can I write the following answer for the above question: Nazism became popular in Germany by 1930 on account of various reasons. The most apparent being the Great Depression. The Weimar Republic did little to remedy the countrys economic downfall, and Hitler was presented as a saviour to the humiliated German people living in economic and political crises. Nazi propaganda stirred hopes in times when banks were shut down, unemployment reigned and destitution was a common sight. At such a time, Hitler promised jobs, restoration of national dignity and a better future. Consequently, by 1932, the Nazi Party became the largest party with 37% votes in the Reichstag. Please answer fast....



Yes, you can answer this question this way, but you can also add some more points to it such as what he did for the welfare of the people of Germany.
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