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Born in Austria in 1889, Adolph Hitler lived an unremarkable life for years. He viewed himself as a fantastic artist but failed the examinations to get into art school. In 1913, he left Austria and enlisted at a Bavarian regiment to fight on the Western Front. After the war, he finished up in low-level political intelligence work for the army (Boyes and Lebor, 2001). How did a person with such a poor background turned into a world figure? Adolph Hitler became a political force due to his ability to capture opportunities and make wise connections. Hitler was one of the most gifted speakers of the 20th century. He can captivate audiences or turn them in a frenzy. He became the leader of the National Socialist German Workers' Party, better known as the Nazi Party. He led it through disaster in 1923 into a national political breakthrough in 1930, and finally towards the very top of Germany in 1933 (Carr 1979). Still, in 1929, Hitler was little known beyond Bavaria. He seemed to be doomed to spend the remainder of his career there on the fringes of political life. Most in Germany, especially the middle course, feared the Nazi Party was out to destroy capitalism. Their approaches were decidedly anti-capitalist in an effort to win on the working force. Not only did they fail to acquire the functioning, but also they alienated potential middle-class voters. They felt that their jobs were being jeopardized by socialism and the Weimar Republic. The Nazi Party saw this and began to campaign to them. Hitler weeded out the socialist leaders at the celebration in an attempt to eliminate the socialist part of this National Socialist Party. In addition, he abandoned his urban policy in favour of reaching out into rural areas. Finally his opportunity arose to show to these people that there wa...