Bruning was chancellor 1929 & Franz von Papen chancellor (1932)

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Bruning was chancellor 1929 & Franz von Papen chancellor (1932)

The Brüning, Von Papen Governments

Brüning, Von Papen and Von Schleicher (http://www.bbc.co.uk/staticarchive/f2cd50131f3f3c27b9ccbcfd7214be042c1345b8.jpg)

Left to right: Brüning, Von Papen and Von Schleicher

The Brüning Government, 1930–32

Chancellor Brüning ruled alongside President Hindenburg, using the emergency powers of Article 48.

This government did not suceed in solving the problems, and Brüning wasn’t popular. Von Schleicher, a general in the army, managed to persuade President Hindenburg to get rid of Brüning. He resigned in May 1932.

The Von Papen Government

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