Adolf Hitler and Nazi Rise to Power

Adolf Hitler’s rise to power in Nazi Germany was way beyond extraordinary. Till date people are astounded by the power of Hitler.  Before his comeback he initially failed in 1923, followed by a year in prison. His understanding and contorting the law Hitler achieved prime control over the politics and brought a new Germany judiciary. Germany was handicapped after the World War I. The Nazi platform was delivered to the common mass through Hitler’s powerful oration skills. Hitler’s oration emphasised on confidence, self-motivation and equality of the German nation and also the superiority of races followed by its preservation. A specific party called “brown shirts” was brought up to protect the Nazi party. In 1929, Hitler revamped his entire plans related to politics. He planned to convince the people belonging to the middle class and lower class people dwelling in the small nearby towns. This showed a positive response.  After this for three continuous years the Nazi party began to grow to power. Before the elections, Hitler nearly visited fifty cities in fifteen days to impress the people with his oration of the Nazi party. The oration was on various themes from social to his promise to rebuild Germany. Hitler’s notion was not to wait for the elections, but to do service before that. In the elections in 1932, Hitler’s Nazi team had a huge win with 230 seats, which was the largest party existing in Reichstag.  Hitler was next made the chancellor, for his efficient ruling. Hitler brought out rules, which made the people of Germany secure and their rights were protected. They established special courts, which followed no rules or ethics but had only one rule, the rule of the Fuhrer. Hence Hitler was in the favour of the people, and had become the supreme Law Lord. All the people made a pledge of loyalty to him, but not to the constitution or the legality. The main purpose of this law is to protect the state. He gave his utmost importance to his state than his people. But this notion did not change the favour of Hitler amongst the masses. After the death of the President, Hitler became the absolute dictator of Germany. Hitler was a perfect example of self-motivation, determination and hard work through which Nazi became the strongest power among all the other states.