Political and Governmental Change, the Collapse of Democracy 1930-33

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  • The Collapse of the Democracy, 1930-33
    • Public feeling about Weimar Government
      • Economic problems that government failed to deal with (Great Depression)
        • Un-    employment rose, prices rose and wages fell
          • Government failed to agree on a solution
            • Support for extremists grew (Communists and Nazis)
      • Dislike because of ToV
      • Coalition failure
        • Changing of chancellors disrupted stability
        • Hindenburg often had to rule by decree
    • 1930 September elections
      • Gains for Nazis and Communists
    • 1932 April: Presidential elections (Hitler and Hindenburg)
      • Hindenburg appointed Papen as Chancellor
    • 1932 elections: Nazis has most seats in the Reichstag
      • Hindenburg offered Schliecher head of Chancellor
    • 1933 30th January
      • Von-Pape vice Chancellor, Hitler as Chancellor and Hindenburg as President.


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