This could take up a book. I think that you might need to go back to your initial task description or your instructor and make sure that there are not points that have to be included in an essay of this magnitude. There is so much that can be included that it is important to make sure you incorporate these items. If this is done, I would say that there should be some mention as to how Hitler was able to gain power in terms of being able to rally public support around demonizing specific individuals. Hitler was horrifically effective in utilizing the politics of blame, and this should be noted. At the same time, I would make mention of the weakened nature of the Weimar Government as well as the public apathy that seemed to surround Germany of the 1930s, which gave Hitler the path he needed to ascend into power. Finally, I would say that being able to discuss the various ways in which Hitler was able to consolidate power and continue his ascendancy, even after gaining power, would be something that could be quite relevant. Remember that the primary issue surrounding Hitler, with history as a guide, is to examine how he was able to do what he did and where the lessons are for us in understanding how to avoid these traps again. In this light, these particular topics are relevant to these aims.