How did Hitler get to power

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  • Factors of appointment
    • Munich Putsch 1923
      • 55.000 Seize power with Ludendorff
    • Party Reogranisation
      • Bamburg 1929
      • 1926- Hitler Youth
      • 1926- further organisation
        • 1928- more organisation
      • Support from peasantry
      • Goebells
        • Propoganda was tailored to different audiences- bread- w/c etc
      • nuremburg1929
    • Electoral sucess
      • 1930- 107 seats in Reichstag- 6.4 million votes
      • 1932- less success but were largest party in Reichstag
      • 1932- votes declined 4%- Hindenburg-no access unless majority
    • Prussian coup d'etat
      • Article 48
        • Dissolved Reichstag 1930
        • Authoritarian rule
    • Conservative support
      • 1932- murdering of communists helped but Hindenburg unfazed
      • Von papen sacked
      • Bankers-Schacht, Krupp put pressure on Hindeburg to let Hitler be chancellor
    • wall street crash 1929
      • helped to undermine democracy
      • propganda
      • 6A MILLION UNEMPLOYED 1933
      • support from mittlestand
    • Use of 48
  • 1928- Nazi socialist jurists est
    • 1928- more organisation
  • SPD axed in Prussia
    • Prussian coup d'etat
      • Article 48
        • Dissolved Reichstag 1930
        • Authoritarian rule

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