Nazi Germany - Key Individuals

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Adolf Hitler
Leader of the Nazi Party.
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Gustav Stresemann
Chancellor (Aug-Nov 1923) and Foreign Secretary (1923-29). Was responsible for leading Germany through the 'Golden Years'.
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Paul von Hindenburg
Became President in April 1925. He appointed Hitler Chancelor on 30th January 1933. Hindenburg died in August 1934.
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Franz von Papen
German Chancellor from May-November 1932.
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Kurt von Schleicher
Appointed German Chancellor in December 1932, but lack of support forces von Schleicher's resignation on 28th January 1933.
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Marius van der Lubbe
Dutch Communist found inside the burnt building after the Reichstag Fire.
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Ernst Röhm
The leader of the SA and Hitler's friend. Killed in prison after Knight of the Long Knives.
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Heinrich Himmler
Leader of the SS, from 1929.
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Josef Goebbels
Nazi Minister of Propaganda.
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Dr Robert Ley
Head of the DAF (German Labour Front).
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Hermann Göring
A leader of the Nazi Party, and head of the Gestapo.
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Chancellor (Aug-Nov 1923) and Foreign Secretary (1923-29). Was responsible for leading Germany through the 'Golden Years'.

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Gustav Stresemann

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Became President in April 1925. He appointed Hitler Chancelor on 30th January 1933. Hindenburg died in August 1934.

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German Chancellor from May-November 1932.

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Appointed German Chancellor in December 1932, but lack of support forces von Schleicher's resignation on 28th January 1933.

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