Where was Adolf Hitler from and when did he gain German citizenship?
What was Hitler's attitude to Germany's defeat in 1918?
Where did the NSDAP come from?
What were the 5 main things that Hitler did for the party in the early 1920s?
What happened to Hitler after the Munich Putsch?
What happened to the NSDAP while Hitler was in prison?
When was Hitler released from prison, and what did he do at the Bamberg Conference in 1926?
How did Hitler's attitude towards politics change after his release from prison? Where did this change stem from?
How did Hitler reorganise the NSDAP?
What were the 4 main ideologies of the Nazi Party?
Explain the Nazi ideology of ultra-nationalism
Explain the Nazi ideology of racism
Explain the Nazi ideology of authoritarianism
Explain the Nazi ideology of anti-capitalism
How well did the NSDAP do in votes up to 1928?
What major factor contributed to the Nazi electoral breakthrough in the later 1920s-early 1930s?
What happened in Germany after the Wall Street Crash?
Which areas were worst affected by the economic slump?
Who voted and who did not vote for the Nazi Party after 1929?
What was the electoral geography of the Nazi vote after 1929?
Why did some of the middle and upper classes vote Nazi in the early 1930s?
Why did some of the working classes vote Nazi in the early 1930s?
Give a summary of the yes and no voters of the Nazi party
What did the SPD and KPD offer, in comparison with other political parties, which led to their high success in elections?
Give some examples of Nazi promises
What did Thomas Childers described the Nazi Party as in 1983?
How did the Nazi Party organise itself in order to focus on different social groups?
Who was Josef Goebbels and what did he do?
Describe the Nazi electoral breakthrough statistics, 1928-1933
Why did Muller's Grand Coalition break down in 1930?
How did the extremist parties do after the breakdown of the Grand Coalition?
What is meant by 'presidential government' in early 1930s' Germany?
What did the President increasingly use to rule the country?
Who was part of Hindenburg's 'camarilla'?
Who was the Chancellor between March 1930 and May 1932?
How did the Reichstag become increasingly marginalised under Bruning?
During Bruning's Chancellorship, how were the Nazis doing in the Reichstag?
What was Bruning's thinking on the state of the economy?
How did Bruning seek to reduce the budget deficit?
Who received preferential treatment under Bruning?
Why was Bruning soon dismissed in May 1930?
What happened at the March 1932 Presidential election?
Why did Hindenburg's closest adviser, von Schleicher, attempt to 'woo' Hitler?
How did Schleicher attempt to 'woo' Hitler?
What was the result of the July 1932 elections for the Nazi Party?
Why did Hitler refuse to serve under von Papen?
What did Hitler do in response to Hindenburg's refusal to give him the Chancellorship?
How did Hitler's actions pan out in the November 1932 election?
What did von Papen try and persuade Hindenburg to do after the November election, and how did Schleicher respond?
When did Schleicher become Chancellor and what was his main problem?
What controversial move did Schleicher make towards the Nazi Party?
Who was involved in secret talks in January 1933? What did each of them want?
What agreement was reached in January 1933 after the secret talks?
How powerful was Hitler when he became Chancellor in January 1933?
What was Hitler's aim in the March 1933 election?
During the course of the 5-week election campaign, how many were killed due to the Nazi tactic of violence and intimidation?
What what Goering's police order on 17th February 1933?
What did Goering do on February 22nd, in regards to the SA and the police force?
What happened on February 27th?
How did Hitler respond to the Reichstag Fire?
What happened in the March 1933 election?
How was the election result more favourable to the Nazi Party than it may appear?
Was Hitler able to amend the 1919 Constitution after March 1933?
When was the Enabling Law passed and by how many votes?
What was the aim of the Enabling Law?
Why did the Centre Party decide to support the Enabling Law?
How did the Nazis take further steps to tighten their control in spring-summer of 1933?
How was violence and terror used to further tighten Nazi control of Germany?
Give 2 examples of Nazi-inspired violence
How did Hitler respond to the SA's rampages?
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