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Why did weaknesses in the Weimar System help Hitler and the Nazis gain support?

The dissatisfaction of the right wing began to put serious pressure on the government.

A national committee, led by the new leader of the Nationalists, Alfred Hugenburg, was
formed to fight for the Young Plan.

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Brüning asked Hindenburg to dissolve the Reichstag and to call at election for Sept 1930.
The implications of the 1930 Reichstag election were profound.
It meant that the left and right extremes had made extensive gains against the
pro-democratic parties. ­ made it very difficult for proper democratic parliamentary

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Fighting between SA and Communists
SPD and Central Parties allowed it to happen.


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