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Key topic 2: Hitler's rise to power, 1919-33

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The Rise of the Nazi Party

Support for Hitlerand his Nazi Party only took off after the full impact of the Wall Street Crash (October 1929) was felt onWeimar Germany. Up to this point the Nazis had been a noisy but far from important part of the Reichstag that was dominated by the Centre and Socialists parties along with the traditional nationalist parties found in Weimar at the time. However, the great leap in unemployment throughout Weimar Germany and the seeming inability of the Weimar government to be able to control it mean that those without hope turned to the Nazi Party or to the Communist Party. It can be argued that without the economic chaos caused by the Wall Street Crash, the Nazis may have remained a small and politically insignificant party. Election of May 4th 1924: the Nazis (standing as the National Socialist Freedom Movement) received 6.5% of the popular vote and 32 seats in the Reichstag out of a total of 472 seats.

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Hitler Comes to Power

The worldwide economic depression had hit the country especially hard, and millions of people were out of work. Still fresh in the minds of many was Germany's humiliating defeat fifteen years earlier during World War I, and Germans lacked confidence in their weak government, known as the Weimar Republic. These conditions provided the chance for the rise of a new leader, Adolf Hitler, and his party, the National Socialist German Workers' Party, or Nazi party for short. Hitler was a powerful and spellbinding speaker who attracted a wide following of Germans desperate for change. He promised the disenchanted a better life and a new and glorious Germany. The party's rise to power was rapid. Key Dates JUNE 28, 1919TREATY OF VERSAILLES ENDS WORLD WAR IIn the Treaty of Versailles, which followed German defeat in World War I, the victorious powers (the United States, Great Britain, France, and other allied states) impose severe terms on Germany.

Hitler's Rise to Power. Why did Hitler come to power?

Hitler's Rise to Power

The story of why Hitler came to power is about the reasons why the German people lost their senses and allowed a vicious madman to come to power. What could have brought this about? All the following were present from the 1920s: 1. Long-term bitterness Deep anger about the First World War and the Treaty of Versailles created an underlying bitterness to which Hitler’s viciousness and expansionism appealed, so they gave him support. 2. Weaknesses in the Constitution crippled the government. 3. The financial support of wealthy businessmen gave Hitler the money to run his propaganda and election campaigns. 4.

Nazi propaganda persuaded the German masses to believe that the Jews were to blame and that Hitler was their last hope. 5. How Hitler Became Chancellor Resource 2. Hitler becomes Chancellor. YOUTUBE How did Hitler become Chancellor in 1933? DOWNLOADED Why did Hitler become Chancellor in 1933. YOUTUBE Hitler's Rise to Power. Hitler's Rise to Power. The Rise of the Third Reich. Key topic 2.3 & 2.4 Growth in support for the Nazis and Hitler becoming Chancellor. 2.1 Early Nazi Party. 2.2 The Munich Putsch. 2.3 The Rise of the Nazis. 2.3 The Great Depression. 2.4 Hitler Becomes Chancellor.