Hitler's climb to power

How hitler came to power and his control whilst in power.

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  • Hitler's climb to power.
    • The depression
      • war
        • play on fears of another
        • play on loss
      • poverty
        • play on desperation
        • play on fear
        • claim to stop this
      • mass unemployment
        • offer employment
        • play on fears of getting worse.
    • emergence
      • the Hitler myth
        • never showed weaknesses e.g glasses
        • campaign focus on him
        • re-wrote the Munich Putsch
        • improved appearance on propaganda
        • fitted speeches with this
          • speeches
      • Propaganda
        • played with audience's fears
          • created a fear of Communists
            • removed fear like heros
        • created a fear of Communists
          • removed fear like heros
        • targeted large groups
        • speeches
    • Hitler's leadership
      • stick - pressure voters
        • The reichstag fire
        • fear of communists
        • propaganda fear of jews
        • the night of the long knives
      • carrot
        • reward schemes like the volkswagen and the holidays
      • flexible
        • influence by voters for example religion
      • hitler myth
        • hitler is always strong
    • rise to power
      • seats drop
        • loss of hope
        • running out of money
      • weak govenment
        • opposition between von papen and von schleicher
        • country do not like them
          • opposition between von papen and von schleicher
        • not much experience
        • Hindenburg
          • unaware on Hitler's dangers
      • political instability
        • weak
          • coalitions are weak as diagreements between parties.
          • e.g the kapp putsch, government is an easy take over.
          • 14 chancellors, always changing.
        • blame
          • depression
          • the treaty of versailles.
        • fear
          • of a revolution

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