The Demands of the Nazi Party
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This chapter explores a Hamburg school teacher Luise Solmitz describes the atmosphere at a Nazi party rally, attended by Adolf Hitler, in 1932. The Fhrer is coming! A ripple went through the crowds. Around the speakers platform one could see hands raised in the Hitler salute. A speaker opened the meeting, abused the system, nobody listened to him. There stood Hitler in a simple black coat and looked over the crowd, waiting a forest of swastika pennants were raised, the jubilation of this moment was given vent in a roaring salute. Main theme: Out of parties shall grow a nation, the German nation Thirteen years ago Hitler was a simple unknown soldier. Otherwise he made no personal attacks, nor any promises, vague or definite. Hitler was the undisputed leader of the Nazi Party and enjoyed total power over the decision making within the Nazi Party.