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Click Here to Search COSHEs Database AgainHitler was arguably one of the most loved and hated men of his time He hypnotized a nation into supporting one the most controversial political regimes ever With his empty promises and lies upon lies he gained control of the German government in the early and mid 1930s Only to lead the people of Germany and the rest of the world into one of the darkest times the human race has ever known The way Hitler made his way to the top of the German government can best be summarized as pushy The story behind this amazing way in which an Austrian born failed painter made his way from the slums of Vienna to the top seat of the German government is anything but a matter of luck These articles from the New York Times on September 26 1930 and August 241932 illustrate the type of ruthless political behavior Hitler is best remembered by and for taking himself to the top with Both concentrate on the ways that Hitler came into power and have similar characteristics in the way they appear in the paper Both articles are based what Hitler would like to see happen in the future for himself and Germany The differences between the two articles are the amount of power Hitler had at his disposal to use as leverage in getting his way The two of these articles deal with the way in which Hitler came into power by promising and demanding the people of Germany to unite behind him On Thursday September 25 1930 Hitler was subpoenaed to testify in the trial of three Reichswer officers accused of treason in connection with Fascist plotting in the German army What was supposed to be testimony turned more into a political rally for Hitler In his testimony he explains what he would do with the Versailles Treaty and what he would do with those he called the
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