History: How did the Nazis Change Their Tactics Between 1924 and 1929?

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What did the failure of the Munich Putsch make Hitler realise the only way to gain power was?
by legal means.
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Who did the Nazi party now try to gain the support of? How?
The Working Class by running public meeting and increasing the amount of Anti-Jewish propaganda - as this was particularly appealing to the working class.
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Which change in tactic did the Nazi's take in in 1928?
They stopped trying to win over the working class as they were getting nowhere, and focused on the middle class and farmers - the class most of their new members were from
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What did the Nazis do that no other party did?
Run evening classes for their members to train them in public speaking skills.
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How did the Nazis find out what was important to the people?
Nazi activists in villages and towns throughout Germany put on meetings with visiting speakers. If a subject proved popular then they would repeat it.
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Who did the Nazi party now try to gain the support of? How?

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The Working Class by running public meeting and increasing the amount of Anti-Jewish propaganda - as this was particularly appealing to the working class.

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Which change in tactic did the Nazi's take in in 1928?

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What did the Nazis do that no other party did?

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How did the Nazis find out what was important to the people?

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