12 History-How Hitler became chancellor

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12 History-How Hitler became chancellor
1 Mistakes of Bruning 1930-32
1.1 Rose taxes
1.2 Reduced salaries
1.3 Got rid of schemes to help the unemployed
2 Loss of faith in democracy
2.1 Bruning was weak
2.2 Germans were fed up of weak leaders
3 Promised things...
3.1 "ORDER FROM CHAOS"
3.2 "WORK AND BREAD"
3.3 "RIGHT THE WRONGS OF THE TREATY OF VERSAILLES"
3.4 People trusted him
3.5 "MAKE GERMANY GREAT AGAIN"
4 Big business support
4.1 Businesses lost everything in the economic depression
5 Propaganda work of Josef Goebbels
5.1 He spread the Nazi messages and helped bring in supporters
6 Good public speaker
6.1 "ein volk, ein reich, ein Fuher"
6.2 Drew people in
7 Role of SA
7.1 Intimidation and creating an atmosphere of chaos
7.1.1 Blaming it on the communists
7.2 Breaking up political meetings
7.2.1 Members beaten up
7.2.1.1 Fires created
8 Economic issues
8.1 Effect of depression and wall street crash
8.1.1 World trade sank
8.1.2 America began to demand payments of loans
8.1.3 Unemployment in 1932 was at 6 million
8.1.4 Businessmen and unemployed favoured extremist parties
9 ELECTIONS
9.1 Bruning- March 1930-May 1932
9.2 May 1932- von Papen elected.
9.2.1 Lacked support so called the July 1932 election
9.2.1.1 Nazi's won 230 seats (largest single party but not more than half)
9.2.1.1.1 Papen called an election in Nov 1932
9.2.1.1.1.1 Nazi's won 196 seats- lost some but were still the largest single party
9.2.1.1.1.1.1 Papen resigned. von Schliecher took over.
9.2.1.1.1.1.1.1 He was too weak to make a coalition government.
9.2.1.1.1.1.1.1.1 Hindenburg was forced to hand power to Hitler in Jan 1933.
9.2.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1 He tried to restrict Hitler's powers by appointing von Papen as vice-chancellor

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