Nazi rise in popularity 1929-33

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1. What did the enabling act (passed in 1933) allow Hitler to do?

  • Take charge over the country in a time of need
  • Make laws without the President
  • Make laws without consulting the Reichstag for the next 4 years
  • Make laws with his advisors
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2. How many seats did the Nazi party have in the Reichstag in 1932 (july)?

  • 12
  • 230
  • 400
  • 190

3. Why was the NOVEMBER election seen as a failure to many Nazis in 1932?

  • Their votes (and seat numbers) had dropped from 230- 196 however they were still the majority in the Reichstag!
  • They lost the election by 33.7% of the votes
  • Their leader was sent to prison
  • The SA had been a negative impact so they knew they had to reduce the violence.

4. When did Hitler become Chancellor?

  • 1938
  • July 1934
  • January 1933
  • November 1933

5. Who was killed in 1934 to remove opposition within the Nazi party?

  • 16 Nazis
  • Ernst Rhom and 400 SA members ( The night of long knives)
  • All Nazi leaders, including goebelles, Himmler and Rhom
  • 300,000 unemployed German men

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