Hitler Comes to Power

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How many seats did the Nazis win 5th March 1933?
288, but still no majority
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Which Act was passed 23rd March 1933 and what did it allow Hitler to do?
The Enabling Act, allowing him to govern for four years without parliament and made all other parties illegal
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What were the new provinces in Germany called?
Gaue, (one Gau)
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What was a Gauleiter?
A loyal Nazi in control of a province in Germany
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What was Himmler's role?
Chief of German Police= Reichsleiters advised Hitler
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What did Hitler become?
Der Führer, in absolute control
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Why did Hitler order the Night of Long Knives?
To eradicate threats/opposition, namely Ernst Röhm, controller of SA
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When was The Night of Long Knives carried out?
29th-30th June 1934
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Who was killed during The Night of Long Knives?
Several hundred, including Röhm, Strasser and Von Schleicher
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What did Hitler do after Hindenburg died?
Combined posts of Chancellor and President and made himself commander-in-chief of the army
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