In early 1930s, Europe’s most powerful country, Germany, was facing a crisis. It had lost the Great War and in the ensuing recession, most blue-collar workers had lost their jobs. When a charismatic populist leader, Adolf Hitler, voiced their anger, they rallied behind him and with their solid support, he was elected as chancellor of Germany. Hitler’s rallying slogan was: “Deutschland Uber Alles,” or “Germany Above All." He blamed the Jews and foreigners for Germany’s problems and he
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