Hitler's rise to power

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GCSE History Mind Map on Hitler's rise to power, created by ellie_ellie on 03/26/2014.

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Hitler's rise to power
1 LIMP PAPER
1.1 L

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  • Long term bitterness
1.1.1 Versailles

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  • Germans still bitter about T.O.V
1.2 I

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  • Ineffective constitution
1.2.1 Article 48

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  • Emergency decree when the president can rule without the Reichstag
1.2.2 Proportional Representation

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  • Lots of different parties at once
1.3 M

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  • Money
1.3.1 Wealthy businessmen

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  • Gave money for propaganda
1.4 P

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  • Propaganda
1.4.1 'Last Hope'
1.5 P

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  • Programme
1.5.1 Promised something to all
1.6 A

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  • Attacks on other parties
1.6.1 Attacked Jews
1.6.2 Corrupt courts

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  • If stormtroopers murdered someone they would not get put in prison
  • Created fear so no opposition really
1.7 P

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  • Personal Qualities
1.7.1 Fantastic speaker
1.7.2 Very driven

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  • Thought God has sent him to be leader of Germany
1.8 E

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  • Economic Depression
1.8.1 Wall St Crash
1.8.1.1 Increased Hitlers popularity because people = poor
1.9 R

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  • Recruited by Hindenburg
1.9.1 Hindenburg and von Papen

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  • Thought they could control Hitler
1.9.2 Had no choice, Hitler most popular part in Reichstag
2 'Fuhrer Principle'
2.1 Basically dictatorship
3 Munich Putsch
3.1 Failure at start
3.1.1 Hitlers speeches got him publicity
3.1.2 Prison sentence = v short

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  • Sentenced to 5 years and only served 9 months
3.1.3 Mein Kampf

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  • Became Nazi Bible
3.1.4 Wasn't allowed to speak publicly until 1927
3.2 Hitler, General Ludendorff and 3,000 Nazis stormed in to a beer hall in Munich
3.2.1 Took Kahr (Leader of Bavaria) into custody
3.2.1.1 Kahr was let go and informed the police
3.2.1.1.1 Police met Nazis and gunfight started. Hitler arrested 2 days later.