WHY THE NAZIS FAILED TO CLAIM POWER BY 1928

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  • WHY HAD THE NAZIS FAILED TO CLAIM POWER BY 1928?
    • EXPLANATION1: The Nazis lacked the support of the working class
      • Workers who wanted change generally voted for the Communist Party, rather than the Nazis
    • EXPLANATION2: 1924-1929 was a peaceful time
    • EXPLANATION3: The Nazis were too extreme
  • EXPLANATION1: The Nazis lacked the support of the working class
    • Workers who wanted change generally voted for the Communist Party, rather than the Nazis
  • EXPLANATION2: 1924-1929 was a peaceful time
  • EXPLANATION3: The Nazis were too extreme
  • Most workers voted for the Social Democratic Party
    • Stresemann had managed to solve most of the economic problems
      • Stresemann had built better relationships with other countries & political violence decreased
        • People did not like the anti-Semitic ideas the Nazis had and their aim of invading other countries
          • The SA were very violent

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