By 1934, Hitler considered the National Socialist revolution in Germany to be complete. Yet, although powerful in his own right, Hitler could not have executed such a successful ascent in Germany political life alone. Thus, was Hitler's successful rise and Nazi Germany's infamous future built on the consent or coercion of its citizens?
Nazis needed the consent of their citizens in order to implement their vision for German society.
The rule of the Nazis would not have been possible without the consent of its citizens
Instances of consent are deeply ingrained within the structure of Nazi German society, so much so that without it, the infrastructure of this community would crumble.