REASONS HITLER BECAME CHANCELLOR 1933

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  • REASONS HITLER BECAME CHANCELLOR IN 1933
    • OWN ACTIONS
      • HITLER'S LEADERSHIP SKILLS
        • He came across as a strong leader who could solve all Germany's problems & was a very inspiring public speaker
      • NAZI PROMISES
        • To solve economic problems
          • To provide strong leadership
            • To ignore the Treaty of Versailles
              • To build up the army
      • ORGANISATION
        • They were well organised which impressed voters
          • They organised soup kitchens for the unemployed & the SA looked capable of bringing order to Germany
      • NAZI PROPAGANDA
  • OTHER EVENTS
    • REASONS HITLER BECAME CHANCELLOR IN 1933
      • OWN ACTIONS
        • HITLER'S LEADERSHIP SKILLS
          • He came across as a strong leader who could solve all Germany's problems & was a very inspiring public speaker
        • NAZI PROMISES
          • To solve economic problems
            • To provide strong leadership
              • To ignore the Treaty of Versailles
                • To build up the army
        • ORGANISATION
          • They were well organised which impressed voters
            • They organised soup kitchens for the unemployed & the SA looked capable of bringing order to Germany
        • NAZI PROPAGANDA
    • WALL STREET CRASH - The USA has a massive financial problem
      • THE GREAT DEPRESSION - Unemployment reached 6 million by 1932 &  many businesses went bankrupt
        • The Depression made the Weimar Government look weak as they did not know what to do about the problem
    • WEAK OPPOSITION
    • FEAR OF COMMUNISM
    • A POLITICAL DEAL
  • THE GREAT DEPRESSION - Unemployment reached 6 million by 1932 &  many businesses went bankrupt
    • The Depression made the Weimar Government look weak as they did not know what to do about the problem
  • WALL STREET CRASH - The USA has a massive financial problem
    • The Depression increased support for extreme parties - many people blamed the democratic way the Weimar Republic was being governed
      • They used the latest technology and posters to spread their ideas. They also used marches to give the impression of discipline and order
        • FEAR OF COMMUNISM
        • WEAK OPPOSITION
        • A POLITICAL DEAL

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