A Bankrupt Germany Didn't Create the Nazis | Between 2 Wars | 1928 Part 1 of 1

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When the world goes into economic overdrive in the second half of the 1920s, contrary to popular belief Germany rises with the tide – it is the Goldener Zwanziger, the Golden Twenties. Join us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/TimeGhostHistory Like TimeGhost on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TimeGhost-1667151356690693/ Hosted by: Indy Neidell Written by Francis van Berkel and Spartacus Olsson Directed…


This, of course, raises the obvious question: If a bankrupt Germany didn’t create the Nazis, what did?


I have seen it suggested that many young/middle-aged German men were, at the very least, very interested in the nationalistic aspect of the Nazis (if not all the racial stuff that went along with it) because they viewed their service during the Great War as the most meaningful part of their lives up to that point. Speculation only of course, and certainly only some of them might have felt this way.