Political Ideology and Other Factors Leading to the Holocaust & Wwii

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Political Ideology and Other Factors
Leading to the Holocaust & WWII

Contents
Introduction……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….2
Political Ideology………………………………………………………………………..………………………………………3
Government
Economies
Fascism……………………………………………………………………………………………………….………………………5
Socially
Economical
Origin
Nazism……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..…………6
Economically
Socially
Foreign Influences and the Military
Time Line of Key Events Leading to the Holocaust……………………………………………….………………9
History of Adolph Hitler & Nazi Party Uprising……………………………………………………………………12
Hitler’s Upbringing World War I
Post World War I
Mein Kampf
Rebuilding
Politics
Heinrich Bruning
Hitler runs for office
New Chancellor in
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They officially became one in January of 1919 when the constitution was accepted. This created a semi-presidential system where the president and prime mister are both active in the day to day activities of the state and are elected. The Weimar Republic was a proportional representation that was designed to assign seats according to the percent of votes for that candidate and party.
The Weimar Republic was overturned in 1933 through a series of political movements created by the Nazi party and Adolph Hitler which put him in a position to be given Dictorial powers. Once this was done there may as well been no more Weimar Republic. The Nazi party that took over is most closely related to Fascism and its movements. This is a mix between, and believed to be better than many different concepts such as capitalism and communism. Fascism will be discussed further in depth later in the paper.
Economies
As stated before there are two significant parts to political ideology, the type of government and the type of economy. Examples of economies could include traditional, market, mixed, or planned economies. Within those broad ideas are the concepts of communism, capitalism, Socialism, lassie faire, etc. The post WWI Weimar Republic had many financial problems that didn’t help its popularity. They experienced high inflation and unemployment all while they

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