Achieving Total Power In Germany.

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What aspect of German society still needed to be brought into line? (2.)
The justice system and the locl government system.
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What Nazi organisation and what leader was gradually growing in power?
The SA and their leader Ernst Rohm.
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What conservative politician remained in the German Reichstag and placed a restrcition on Hitler's dictatorship?
Von Papen.
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Who could stop Hitler from passing laws and who was more powerful than him in Germany (one person?)
President Hindenburg.
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What did the People's Court deal with?
Political offences.
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When was the Act for the Reconstruction of the State passed?
In Jmauary of 1934.
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How many Gaue did Hitler split Germany into?
42 of them.
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By what year were the SA becoming out of control?
By 1934.
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What did Rohm call Hitler when he did not allow him to take over the German army?
A ridiculous corporal.
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Who did Hitler task to constrict a list of politically unrelaible people and groups?
The **.
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What were the SA palnning?
A national uprising.
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When did the Night of the Long Knives take place?
On the 30th of June 1934.
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Where did the SA leadership meet Hitler on the Night of the Long Knives?
At a hitle outside of Munich.
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What did Hitler, Goebbels and the ** do to the SA leaders and what happened to them then?
The arrested and imprisoned them, most of them were then killed.
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What two options was Rohm given by the ** and what did he choose?
To either kill himself or be excecuted and he chose exceution.
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Who arranged the arrest of von Papen and von Schleiner in Berlin?
Goring.
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How many people were murdered on the Night of the Long Knives?
85 people.
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How many Reichstag deputies were murdered on the Night of the Long Knives?
12.
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What was the SA's membership numbers in August of 1934?
2.9 million.
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What was the SA's membership count by October of 1935?
1.6 million.
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What happened to the ** after the Night of the Long Knives and why?
They took over as the key organisation for the Nazis; as they had gained the trust of Hitler.
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What became acceptable after the Night of the Long Knives?
Extrajudiicial killing in Germany.
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Why did the German armie's loyalty to Hitler increase after the Night of the Long Knives?
As he had chosen them over his own SA.
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By when did Hindenburg's health begin to deterioroate?
By late July of 1934.
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When did the Act Concerning the Head of State come into action?
On the 2nd of August at 9am/when Hindenburg died.
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What did Hindenburg's death make Hitler and wahat was this?
The Furher of Germany: making him the President and Chancellor in one.
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