Consolidation 1933 - 1934

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How many people were unemployed in 1933 in Germany?
6 million
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When did Hitler become Chancellor & why?
30 January 1933. VP & H want to keep control of him.
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What was the Date of the Reichstag Fire?
27 February 1933
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What did the Reichstag fire help Nazis accomplish?
Blood Week (Communist fear b/c MVDL), Climate of fear (Reichstag Fire Decree), ENABLING ACT
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How many communist were captured in Blood Week & what happened to them?
4K. Sent to concentration camps.
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What did the Reichstag Fire decree do?
Limit civil liberties (press, assembly, speech) & increase police power
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What was the date of the 1933 General Election & what was the result?
5 March 1933. 44% of pop. vote for Nazis (288 seats in Reichstag)
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What was the slogan that Hitler used in the 1933 elections?
"Battle against Marxism"
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When was the Enabling Act passed & where?
23 March 1933 & Kroll Opera House.
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When was the Law for the Restoration of the civil service (law for unemployment) passed & what did it do?
7 April 1933. Purged Jewish ppl & Nazi Opponents from Education, Civil Service, and other Gov't organisations.
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When did Nazis abolish trade unions?
2 May 1933
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When was the Law against the Formation of New Parties passed?
14 July 1933
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When was the Concordat passed?
20 July 1933
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When were all federal state governments taken over & by who?
10 January 1934 -
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