Weimar Germany and the Rise of the Nazis Weimar Germany and the Rise of the Nazis [Excerpted from East Germany: A Country Study, Stephen R. Burant, ed. (Washington, D. C.: Federal Research Division of the Library of Congress, 1987).] Germany and World War I Declaration of war by Germany resulted largely as the consequ
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The History Place - Rise of Hitler: Nazi Party is Formed Nazi Party is Formed Adolf Hitler never held a regular job and aside from his time in World War I, led a lazy lifestyle, from his brooding teenage days in Linz through years spent in idleness and poverty in Vienna. But after joining the German Workers Party in 1
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The National Socialist German Workers Party (, abbreviated NSDAP), commonly referred to in English as the Nazi Party (), was a political party in Germany active between and that practised Nazism . Its predecessor, the German Workers Party (Deutsche Arbeiterpartei DAP), existed from to The party emerged from the German
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Few would have thought that the Nazi Party, starting as a gang of unemployed soldiers in 1919, would become the legal government of Germany by 1933. In fourteen years, a once obscure corporal, Adolf Hitler , would become the Chancellor of Germany. World War I ended in 1918 with a grisly total of 37 million casualties,
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