Nazi Germany - Hitler's Rise to Power

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Nazi Germany - Hitler's Rise to Power Wall Street Crash: In 1929 the American Stock Exchange collapsed, causing the great depression America called in all its loans - Weimar Germany destroyed 6million unemployed in Germany Chancellor Bruning cut government expenditure, wages and unemployment benefits in 1930 - worst thing to do in this situation Reichstag wouldn't agree to this change President Hindenburg used Article 48 to pass this law Nazi support: People - angry and bitter - turned to Nazis Workers turned to communism - scared wealthy businessmen, financed Hitler's campaigns Middle classes wanted a strong, stable government Nationalists and racists blamed the Treaty of Versailles and reparations In 1928 the Nazis had 12 seats in the Reichstag by 1932 they had 230 - largest party Nazis used Wall Street Crash to advantage and promised: Unemployed - jobs…

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