However, it wasn’t long before he turned his reign into a dictatorship.
After a failed coup to take over the Weimer government, Hitler decided to instead reach the top through legitimate means and was ultimately successful.
Hitler believed in a rightful expansion of the homeland of the Germanic people, and ruled Nazi Germany through a lens of anti-semitic hatred.
Hitler ignored the Treaty of Versailles and greatly expanded the number of German troops.
One of Hitler's diplomatic strategies was to make ostensibly unreasonable demands and then threaten war if these demands were not met.
When concessions were made, he accepted them and continued to make new demands.France, Italy, and Britain tried to convince Hitler to not deploy his military by signing the Munich Agreement with Nazi Germany.Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, of Britain, famously tried to avoid another world war with his policies of appeasement that involved negotiating with HItler over the right to land in Czechoslovakia. It does not help that, at the time, Hitler was not the only Fascist leader in Europe.Since France wanted revenge on Germany, the Treaty of Versailles was made in favor of Georges Clemenceau and was not based on Woodrow's 14-point plan which was deemed to bring peace to the region of Europe.The treaty of Versailles called for Germany to give back the French territories that they had claimed during the Franco-Prussian War.Ticket office number 3 is open: 26.08-29.08: 10.00-17.00 30.08-31.08: 12.00-16.00 1.09: 10.00-20.30 2.09: 10.00-16.00 3.09: 10.00-20.30 4.09: 10.00-16.00 5.09 – 7.09: 10.00-20.30 Handicapped people who use wheelchairs and their guardians can purchase tickets after registration at [email protected] number of seats is limited.1.09.2014 Russia – Canada (1.00 PM) Mexico – Bulgaria (4.30 PM) China – Egypt ( 8.15 PM) 3.09.2014 Bulgaria – Canada (1.00 PM) Mexico – China (4.30 PM) Egypt – Russia (8.15 PM) 5.09.2014 China – Bulgaria (1.00 PM) Canada – Egypt (4.30 PM) Russia – Mexico (8.15 PM) 6.09.2014 Bulgaria – Egypt (1.00 PM) Mexico – Canada (4.30 PM) China – Russia (8.15 PM) 7.09.2014 Egypt – Mexico (1.00 PM) Canada – China (4.30 PM) Russia – Bulgaria (8.15 PM) Entering the arena with food is prohibited.Germany was also asked to pay an astronomically large sum of money.Some experts, including John Maynard Keynes warned that they thought the Treaty of Versailles to be too harsh.Prices for the tickets for the Morning Session range from 20zl to 60zl, for the Afternoon Session range from 30 zl to 90zl.Tournament pass for all 15 games in ERGO ARENA costs 500zl.