Explain how Hitler and the Nazis were able to achieve control over Germany through a combination of popular appeal and force.
In the first half of the 20th century one man, Adolf Hitler, gained total control of Germany. To get this power he, and his party the Nazis, used a combination of popular appeal and force.
In 1919 WWI drew to a close when Germany, the loser of the war, signed the 'Treaty of Versailles'. It
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