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A look at democracy the nazi As Hitler and the Nazis power rose in Germany during the 1920s 30s and 40s after World War I we begin to see how this happened and compare it to the concepts of Democracy which we live by today We can explore how Democracy had failed in Nazi Germany and relate it to the events which surround our world even until this very dayAfter World War I in 1918 Germany was a nation with political and social problems German politicians had signed a document on November 11 1918 which made Germany a republic a form of Democracy This upset many of the communists and socialists and in January 1919 many were rounded up and murdered in Berlin and Munich by German soldiers With Germanys new government it allowed the Generals to maintain rank and privilege in return for the governments support of the young Republic and opposition toward Marxism On June 28 1919 the Treaty of Versailles was signed This meant that Germany was forced to take the blame for causing the war and had to pay for all the war damages as well as give up some land to France and Poland and was also forbidden to have any submarines or military aircraft This upset many Germans who felt humiliated in front of the whole world for their defeat One soldier Adolf Hitler spoke out against Germanys new government and the treaty He gained much support by expressing his views of a rebirth in Germany by bringing back a strong nationalist government and blaming the Jews for their problems Hitler once described a speech he had given in his earlier years at the University of Munich One day I asked for the floor One of the participants felt obliged to break a lance for the Jews and began to defend them in lengthy arguments This aroused me to an answer The overwhelming majority of the students
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