How did Hitler beat unemployment in Germany once he came into power?

How did he ensure that his people got jobs?

Asked By: subpopkid - 1/23/2009
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There are several reasons why there was an upswing in Germany's economy from 1933 on. Before you praise the little corporal, like the others who never lived in a totalitarian state do, remember from 1933 on the National Socialists began to drive the Jewish business owners out of business (and the country), as well... More
Answered By: J. S. - 1/23/2009
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he was a fascist leader he basicly controlled everything plus there was a war going on so there a LOT of job opportunity
Answered By: blacklightning517 - 1/23/2009
He stopped paying war reparations and started building the Autobahn with shovels an people. Young adults had to do a service year, work with families with a lot of children, factories, farms, lots of farms. Remember, everything was pretty much hands on labor, created health insurance (yeah... More
Answered By: Secular Humanist hat Farbe - 1/23/2009
Hitler's economic policies beat unemployment and preserved Germany from the Great Depression that was ravaging the US and most of the rest of Europe. This was long before the war started. Hitler was a brilliant economic innovator who detested the thought of basing a German recovery on loans from Jewish banks. Instead... More
Answered By: Dump the liberals into Jupiter - 1/23/2009
In fact, Hitler was very ignorant of economics; and what he acheived is highly over-regarded. Unemployment in the first three years of his term went down, due to massive spending projects and allowing some inflation, but only from 34% to 14%. In addition, about 1/2 of German wages were below the poverty line, and... More
Answered By: Naz F - 1/23/2009
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