Adolph Hitler rode the wave of a psychic epidemic in Nazi Germany. Germans had been punished severely after World War I by the Treaty of Versailles, and Hitler made “The Dictate of Versailles” is battle cry. He soon had Germans of all walks of life cheering him on, and encouraging further bombast.
Americans, Britons, and Frenchmen were largely unaware of the power gangs of thugs were gaining in Germany. Hitler’s paramilitary Storm Troopers, the S.A., who were originally a private force to protect Nazi Party meetings, soon enough became a threat to Hitler himself, so he had many of their leaders murdered in 1934. Once he had control of the country, Hitler used violence to silence dissent.
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by Skip Conover