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  1. Germans in Australia
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    Research question: 'What was the significance of unemployment in Hitler's ascension to power'? This project aims to convey the significance of unemployment in Hitler’s ascension to power. This will be conducted through analysis and discussion of the unemployment issue through a socio-political lens. This will be achieved through the analysis and discussion of the German public psyche. This aspect of the unemployment issue is essential for understanding Hitler’s ascension to power. This is because Germany was subject to great uncertainty and depression following the allied victory of the first World War. Therefore, this paper will argue that addressing the social anxieties and desperation of the German people, enabled Hitler’s ascension to power. First, historical context is required. This will be conveyed through the use of Sources 9 & 1. Source 9 suggests economic collapse was predicted for the following spring; trade sanctions meant domestic production was crumbling due to the required importation quotas. In addition, source 9 suggests unemployment levels were on the rise and widespread unemployment was an immediate certainty. Furthermore, source 1 reaffirms Germany’s economic fragility by unveiling the prevalence of social anxieties caused by hyperinflation. In addition to sources 9 & 1, sources 7 & 8 will also be used to provide historical context, social anxieties and desperation. However, these sources will focus on the resentment birthed out of the treaty of Versailles. This is important because the mass anti-European rhetoric that stemmed from the treaty of Versailles was perpetuated throughout Hitler’s campaign.Therefore, demonstrating the significance of public psyche in his ascension to power. Furthermore, the significance of public psyche in the unemployment issue is reaffirmed in sources 4, 5 &6. For example, source 5 conveys the extent of the unemployment issue over the course of a few months. This is useful because the volume of unemployed in a minimal time-frame emphasises the scale and severity of the unemployment issue. Which would self-evidently perpetuate the social anxieties and desperation in the German psyche. Furthermore, source 4 reaffirms the aforementioned claims. For example, the source suggests the sheer volume of unemployed during Hitler’s early campaign lead to widespread doubt concerning his fitness for leadership. Therefore, emphasising the significance of public psyche in the unemployment issue. Likewise, source 2 similarly reaffirms the foregoing claims. The graph depicts the rate of unemployed before Hitler’s ascension and the rates following his acquisition of power. The contrast between the 6 million unemployed in 1931 and the 1.5 million unemployed in 1934 clearly displays the significance of unemployment in Hitler’s ascension to power. Given unemployment rates reached 35% before Hitler's ascension, addressing public anxieties and providing a social 'safety net' (addressing unemployment) self-evidently reaffirms the foregoing claims. However, further reading is required to concisely answer the research question and provide greater context.

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