Rise of the Nazis

Reasons/figures for Nazis' rise to power in 1930-1933

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  • Rise of the Nazis
    • Hitler and the Nazis
      • Hitler characteristics
        • great orator, propaganda ( he could easily persuade people e.g Goebbles) 
          • 1932: Hitler came 2nd to Hindenburg in the presidential election = with 36.8% of the vote
      • Increase in votes
        • 1928 the NSDAP = 2.6% of the votes.
        • wide range of voters
      • 1929 Young Plan
        • 1929 Nov: 19,000 new members joined the NSDAP
      • Radical aims + 25-point programme
        • Anti-semitism
          • "Marxism is a Jewish strategy to subjugate Germany and the World" - Hitler in Mein Kampf
            • Anti-communism
              • Radical aims + 25-point programme
                • Anti-semitism
                  • "Marxism is a Jewish strategy to subjugate Germany and the World" - Hitler in Mein Kampf
                    • Anti-communism
                  • reject TofV
                  • Opposition of the Young plan
          • reject TofV
          • Opposition of the Young plan
      • Decline of Weimar
        • Wall Street Crash
          • 1930 = 4m 1932 = 6m unemployed
        • System of PR
          • unstable coalitions = 25 govs in 14 years
    • Nazis involvement in campaign against...
      • 1929 Young Plan
        • 1929 Nov: 19,000 new members joined the NSDAP
      • Opened up a the treasure trove of Hugenburg's media empire to Nazi propaganda
        • great orator, propaganda ( he could easily persuade people e.g Goebbles) 
          • 1932: Hitler came 2nd to Hindenburg in the presidential election = with 36.8% of the vote
    • 1930 the NSDAP = 18.3% of the votes.
      • 1928 the NSDAP = 2.6% of the votes.
    • 1933 the NSDAP = 43.9% of the votes.
      • 1930 the NSDAP = 18.3% of the votes.
      • 1931: 5 major banks crashed.
        • Wall Street Crash
          • 1930 = 4m 1932 = 6m unemployed
      • 1931: +20,000 German businesses shut down
        • the middle class were under pressure
      • 4 national elections during 1930-33
        • System of PR
          • unstable coalitions = 25 govs in 14 years
      • Hindenburg + Von Papen believed they could control Hitler
        • They handed Hitler Germany on a silver platter
        • Hitler and the Nazis
          • Hitler characteristics
            • Increase in votes
              • wide range of voters
        • Impacts of WSC
          • Decreased trade
          • Cutbacks in production + consumption
          • Increased unemployment
          • Radical political agitation
        • Widespread frustration
          • Impacts of WSC
            • Decreased trade
            • Cutbacks in production + consumption
            • Increased unemployment
            • Radical political agitation

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