The Rise of Totalitarianism in Europe: An Analysis Adolph Hitler was able to accomplish what he did through charisma and spellbinding political oratory, but totalitarianism arose in Germany because of a range of other factors as well, such as Nazi Party intimidation, propaganda, hate-mongering, and the masterful use of new techniques such as radio speeches and theatrical public rallies to inspire the German people to support Hitler. Through these tactics, the Nazis persuaded them that a great leader was needed to save Germany from her enemies, and convinced them that Adolph Hitler was that man. Colton et al (2002) explain that totalitarianism arose in Germany, Italy, and Russia because of a number of economic, social, psychological, and...The end:
.....icies, and the use of new techniques such as radio speeches and massive public rallies. Through these tactics, the Nazis persuaded the German people to believe that a great leader was needed to save Germany from her domestic and foreign enemies, and convinced them that Adolph Hitler was that leader. Similar propaganda, political repression, and cult of the leader tactics also aided the rise of totalitarianism in Russia and Italy. Sources Colton, Joel; Palmer, R.R.; and Kramer, Lloyd. (2002). A History of the Modern World. New York: Knopf. Jones, Bill Treharne. (1989). The Fatal Attraction of Hitler. New York: Arts and Entertainment Network. Turner, Henry. (1985). German Big Business and the Rise of Hitler. New York: Oxford University Press.