Nazi popularity

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  • They came to be seen as the only credible right-wing alternative to the left-wing parties.
  • Their belief in the supremacy of the German race appealed to nationalists.
  • The paramilitary groups reminded people of the comradeship they shared as soldiers.
  • Hitler was charismatic and he won people over by strength of personality.
  • Hitler's hatred of Jews struck a chord with many people - they were a convenient. scapegoat, to be blamed for all Germany's problems.
  • Throughout the 1920's good organisation, effective propaganda and rallies spread the popularity of the party all over Germany.
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