Reason's for Nazi Party success 1929-33

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Great Depression
Nazis offered hope and strong leadership
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SA as private army
Stronger than communists
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Some working-class support
The working class was the biggest group of voters. The Nazis were connected with jobs and images of a strong Germany but more workers supported the communists
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Middle-class support
This group was hit hard by the Great Depression, felt let down by moderate parties and liked the Nazis' anticommunist message
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Farmers
The Nazis promised to protect farmers from communists
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Big business
The Nazis promised strong leadership and protection from communists. In return, big businesses supported the Nazis
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Support from women
The Nazis built support from some women with messages of the key role for women and the family in Germany's future
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Strong propaganda
Hitler's personal appeal and a massive publicity effort with a clear message, which included; scrapping the Treaty of Versailles; beginning German expansion and fighting the Jews. Goebbels was very important in the propaganda effort
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Stronger than communists

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SA as private army

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The working class was the biggest group of voters. The Nazis were connected with jobs and images of a strong Germany but more workers supported the communists

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This group was hit hard by the Great Depression, felt let down by moderate parties and liked the Nazis' anticommunist message

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The Nazis promised to protect farmers from communists

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