What happened in the Legacy of Versaille?
loss of territory, reparations, disarmament, occupation, unexpected defeat and war guilt clause
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What was Muller?
Foreign secretary
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What did he sign and Who was blamed for it?
The Treaty of versaille and so politicians blamed
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What was weak about Weimar government?
PR, Article 48 and too many weak parties unwilling to cooperate
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What happened after Hitler's release in 1925?
Reorganised after Fuherprinzip
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What violence was there?
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How many seats did the nazi party have in 1928?
12 seats
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What was Germany split into ?
Gau with Gaultiers for each reason
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how many people were unemployed between 1928-33?
6 million or 1/3 of workers
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How many people wre benefits designed for?
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What was the decline in world trade by and when?
Between 1929-32 by 70%
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What was the industrial production in 1932?
40% of 1929
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When was Muller made chancellor?
May 1928
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In March 1930 what happened to Muller's grand coalition?
Fell over funding of unemployement benefits replaced by bruning
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What was the vote in 1930?
107 seats
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In July 1932 What was the Nazi vote?
37% of the vote, 230(largest party)
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What does the vote drop to in 1932?
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When does Hitler become chancellor?
Jan 1933
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What support did Comunism have?
17% by 1932, 360,000 members
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What were elites encouraged to do?
support for extreme right for fear of losses under communism and thst orders came from Moscow
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Who did it appeal to?
Workers(50% of the population)but the vote was split with socialist
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Who did communism appeal to?
Young and unemployed,
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they had symbols, uniiforms, Rotfront
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Who controlled the Red district?
Leader Thalmann
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What shirts did the SA have?
Brown shirts
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What newspaper did they publish in?
Der Sturmer
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What did the swastika have?
traditional collours
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How was the Nazis charismatic?
tailored message to audience at mass rallies eg: Munich 1922, 6000 trained speakers by 1933
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Who was head of Propaganda?
Josef Goebbels
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who was Hindenburg?
right wing president after Ebert's death in 1925
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What happened in 1932?
defeated hitler in presidental elections and refused to appoint him as Chancellor
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When was hitler appointed Chancellor?
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When did Hindenburg die?
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When was Bruning chancellor? and for what party?
1930-1932 and led the centre party
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What was Bruning known as and why?
Hunger Chancellor for not taking action over depression
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What Happened to Bruning?
Forced to resign when lost confidence of Hindenburg over plans to divide up bankrupt estates in East Germany
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When Was Papen Chancellor?
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Why was he replaced?
failed to form a stable government
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What did Papen try and do?
Offer Hitler VC
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What did Schliecher try to get?
Nazis to join his government to control them by offering Strasser VC but they refused.
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Who was murdered in Night of the Long knives?
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What did PApen say to Hitler?
Hitler was to be chancellor and Papen was VC
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how many nazis were in cabinet?
3 in 12
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when was the Reichstag fire?
Feb 1933
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What was the cause?
Cause unknown- dutch communist working alone- Marius Van der lubbe arrested and killed
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What was the result of the Reichstag fire?
Exploited by nazis that led to the Decree for the protection of the people act
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What was propaganda like from the nazis in 1933?
Intimidate opponents
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What was the Nazi election slogan?
The battle against Marxism
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What votes did the Nazis get compared to nationalist allies?
44% to 8%
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