Nazi Rise to Power

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  • Nazi Rise to Power
    • 1920s
      • Hitler leader
      • SA
      • Munich Putsch 1923
        • Bavaria
        • Beer hall
        • Marched on Munich
          • Met by police
          • Guns didn't work
            • Hitler arrested
              • Imprisoned for 9 months
              • Wrote Mein Kampf
              • Changed Nazi tactics
                • Became political
    • Problems in Nazi Germany
      • Wall Street Crash
        • Loans called in from America
        • Poverty
          • 6 million unemployed
      • No strong government
    • Elections
      • 1930
        • Nazi vote up
      • 1932
        • Nazis biggest party in Reichstag
        • Hindenburg wouldn't make Hitler Chancellor
      • President: Hindenburg
        • Chose Chancellor
      • Chancellor
        • July 1932: Von Papen
        • November 1932: Von Schleicher
        • January 1933: Hitler
      • Hitler - new election March 1933
        • Get 66% in Reichstag vote
          • Dictatorship
    • 1933
      • 27 February - Reichstag Fire
        • Emergency Powers
          • Could arrest and hold anyone for any amount of time
            • 4000 Communist leaders arrested
          • Banned Communists
      • 24 March - Enabling Law
        • Decisions don't have to be made through Reichstag
        • 66% of vote needed
          • Banned Communists
          • Centre Party
            • Promised not to interfere with Catholic Church
        • Reichstag voted itself out of existence
      • July - Political Parties Banned
      • 2 May - Trade Unions Banned
        • Leaders arrested
        • DAF(German Labour Front) created
      • 29-30 June - Night of the Long Knives
        • Rohm
        • SA too powerful
          • Threat to Hitler
        • Army unhappy
          • Resented SA
          • Supported by powerful people
        • SA leaders murdered
      • 2 August - Death of Hindenburg
        • Hitler becomes Fuhrer
      • August - Army Oath
        • Loyalty to Hitler
  • 2 May - Trade Unions Banned
    • Leaders arrested
    • DAF(German Labour Front) created

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