The rise of the Nazi party and its consolidation of power, c.1929-1934

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  • The rise of the Nazi party and its consolidation of power, c.1929-1934
    • the political and economic problems of weimar
      • the impact of the treaty of versailles
    • political scheming, 1929-1932
    • Hitler as chancellor
  • the early developement of the Nazi party
    • The rise of the Nazi party and its consolidation of power, c.1929-1934
      • the political and economic problems of weimar
        • the impact of the treaty of versailles
      • political scheming, 1929-1932
      • Hitler as chancellor
    • impact of the wall street crash on Nazi support
  • the reasons for Nazi electoral success
    • Hitler's appeal and promises
  • the move to dictatorship
    • the events and consequences of the night of the long knives
  • weaknesses of the Weimar constitution
    • hyperinflation
      • the consequences of the munich putsch
        • the early developement of the Nazi party
          • impact of the wall street crash on Nazi support
      • Hitler and 'Mein Kampf'
        • the end of parliamentary democracy
          • the unstable coalition governments of Von Bruning, Von Papen and Von Schleicher
            • the impact of the depression
              • the reasons for Nazi electoral success
                • Hitler's appeal and promises
            • fear of communism
              • role of SA
                • use of propaganda
                  • the significance of the Reichstag fire
                    • the March election
                      • the enabling law
                        • the surpression of civil liberties
                          • the death of Hindenburg and Hitler becomes 'Fuhrer'
                            • the move to dictatorship
                              • the events and consequences of the night of the long knives

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