In this Dec. 5, 1931, file photo, Adolf Hitler is saluted as he leaves his party’s Munich headquarters. (AP Photo, File)
A snub appears to have led Adolf Hitler to the Nazi party. A historian is making the case that the most reviled dictator in history first tried to join the German Socialist party but was rejected, the Guardian reports.
If the German Socialists, another far right party, had taken him, Hitler may have settled for a more minor role in the party, which was larger than the Nazis, argues Thomas Weber.
Since Hitler hadn’t previously “shown any leadership qualities and had been happy to follow orders,” Weber says he may not have ever risen to prominence. “The Nazi party would have been absorbed by the German Socialist party and thus would have disappeared and history would have taken a different path,” Weber tells the Guardian.
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