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Propaganda
Munich Putsch 1923- uprising that would
create a dictatorship with Ludendorff as
President.
FAILED- Hitler trialled for high treason
and imprisoned for 5 years-> transformed
into a propaganda coup
During his imprisonment he wrote `Mein
Kampf' that depicted his world views.
Goebbels- Reich Minister of Propaganda-
developed techniques of saturation
propoganda
Speeches, rallies, lectures raised profile of
party.…read more

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Party reorganisation and ideology
1923- party had 55,000 members
After poor results of 1925 elections, party
was reorganised into a centralised and
bureaucratic entity.
1926 Party Conference- introduced new
autocratic structure that stressed the
complete obedience to Hitler.
(Fuhrerprinzip)
May 1928 Elections- dismal, called for
more reorganisation- Nazi professional
bodies were set up allowing party to
transform into a mass movement.
Setting up of groups to appeal to specific
sections of society- AA drew in peasantry…read more

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Party reorganisation and ideology
Successful in drawing in support from the
young.
Support from Middle Class- damaged by
the economy.
Attracted industrial working class.
Protest votes for the Nazi against failure of
the Weimar Republic.
Popular due to flexibility of the party.…read more

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Economic Depression
Wall Street Crash 1929- gave opportunity
for Nazis to use this as propaganda.
By 1933, 1in 3 Germans workers were
unemployed.
Popularity to radical solutions to economic
problems- Germans persuaded to break
their voting habits and vote for extremist
parties.…read more

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Why was Hitler able to become
Chancellor?…read more

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