The social, economic and political developments between 1930 and 1933 which led to Hitler's appointment in 1933

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The social, economic and political developments between 1930
and 1933 which led to Hitler's appointment in 1933.
Electoral success, 1930.
Seats in the Reichstag increased from 12 to 107,
Acted as a stimulus for the Nazi party, between Sep an Dec they gained nearly 100,000 new
members,
Large expansion also of the AA,
Issues of legitimacy of the SS.
Economic collapse, 1931.
From late 1930 the SPD tactically supported Bruning's Government,
Although after constitutional crisis in summer Bruning was responsible to the President rather
than the Reichstag,
The main aim of Bruning's Economic Policy was to end reparations rather that the issue of
unemployment,
This led to crisis in the German economy,
Hindenburg demanded Bruning's resignation,
A new Government was then formed with Von Papen as Chancellor and Schleicher as the new
minister of defence .
In 1932 Hitler ran against Hindenburg to be President of the republic. Hindenburg returned to office
by Hitler came a close second.
Chancellor Von Papen and Schleicher also did not have the support of the Reichstag,
Von Papen then persuaded Hindenburg to appoint Hitler as Chancellor to keep Schleicher out,
Von Papen told Hindenburg that Hitler could be controlled which turned out to be a serious
error.

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