Papen appointed Hitler as Chancellor

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  • Hitler demanded Hindenburg appoint him as chancellor as he deemed himself responsible for the Nazi's party increase in vote to 37% in the July 1932 election. He refused and stuck with Papen as Chancellor instead.
  • Papen continued as chancellor believeing that the Nazi's would lose a lot of voted in the upcoming election due to the economic crisis. In November 1932, Papen called for another election, despite the Nazi's losing 4% of the vote they had in July, they were still the largest party. yet again…


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