Germany, Hitlers rise to power and the Nazis

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1 Nazis
1.1 The Munich Putsch
1.1.1 Hyperinflation and occupation of the Ruhr angered the Nazis Hitler and 600 stormtroopers attacked a public meeting i the Burgerbrau in an attempt to gain power. He forced Kahr, leader of the Bavarian government, to join him. After, police surrounded them and after a short battle, Hitler lost.
1.1.2 Consequences Hitler was found guilty of treason and sentenced to 5 years imprisonment but he only served 5 months of it Nazi party was banned, but gained huge publicity for them and Hitler himself
1.2 Mein Kampf and imprisonment
1.2.1 Hitlers book he wrote in prison, 'My Struggle' It outlines his political views and ideas
1.2.2 Hitler realised that in order to gain power and end democracy for his Nazi rule, he must do it democratically by winning elections
2 Germany
2.1 The people of germany hated the treaty of versailles
2.1.1 £6600 million reperations
2.1.2 Army restrictions
2.1.3 Territories taken away Sudetenland, Polish corridor
2.1.4 440 terms
2.2 The Weimar government was set up in 1919, it was a democracy.
2.2.1 Proportional representation
2.2.2 No party gained a majority Weak, unstable coalition governments 9 elections in 14 years
2.2.3 Mass inflation
2.3 The state of Germany
2.3.1 Economy During 1924-29, the German economy began to recover under the Chancellow The Wall Street Crash of 1929 Unemployment rates grew from 1.8M in 1928 to 6M in 1932 Taxes were raised, doll payment was cut by 60%, poverty and homelessness increased. The desperate people turned to more extreme political parties. Nazi and Communist support rose sharply
2.3.2 The Depression Bruning, the chancellor, tried to increase government revenue and reduce government costs Income tax raised, taxes on certain essential goods raised, civil servants' wages were cut by 23%, dole payments cut by 60% These harsh 'remedies' only worsened the crisis. More businesses went bust as did a major German bank

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