History: Case Study: The Rise of the Nazis in Northeim

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What were the Northeimers (like other Germans) very alarmed by? What did this lead them to do?
The revolution in 1918 - so they sided with the right wing nationalists.
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What did Northeimers think of the Nazi Party in 1925?
They hardly knew it existed and thought of it as a fringe organisation left over from the turbulent years following the war.
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Who was the most successful party in Northeim in the 1920's? Who voted for them?
The Social Democrats. Most Working people voted for them.
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Who did the farmers in Northeim vote for in the 1920's?
The Conservative and nationalist parties.
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Did the extreme (left and right) groups gain many votes in Northeim in the 1920's?
No, hardly any at all.
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Did the change of Nazi tactics in 1928 have an effect in Northeim?
Yes, an immediate one.
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What did Northeimers think of the Nazi Party in 1925?

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They hardly knew it existed and thought of it as a fringe organisation left over from the turbulent years following the war.

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Who did the farmers in Northeim vote for in the 1920's?

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Did the extreme (left and right) groups gain many votes in Northeim in the 1920's?

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