How Hitler became Chancellor in 1933

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Between 1930 - 1933
Chancellor Bruning failed to solve the economic crisis brought on by the Wall Street Crash and so eventually sacked.
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Election of July 1932
The Nazis won 230 seast, making them the largest party in the Reichstag, however Hindenburg made von Papen the new chacellor of Germany.
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Election of November 1932
Von Paper did not have the support of the Reichstag and called another election to gain more seats, but his party did not get a majority as the Nazis were still the biggest.
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Hindenburg appointed another Chancellor, Von Schleicher
He was weak and a poor leader therefore only lasted a few months
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Hitler became Chancellor 30th Jan 1933
Von Papen persuaded Hidenburg to make Hitler Chancellor.
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The Nazis won 230 seast, making them the largest party in the Reichstag, however Hindenburg made von Papen the new chacellor of Germany.

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Election of July 1932

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Von Paper did not have the support of the Reichstag and called another election to gain more seats, but his party did not get a majority as the Nazis were still the biggest.

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He was weak and a poor leader therefore only lasted a few months

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Von Papen persuaded Hidenburg to make Hitler Chancellor.

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