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1. what were the effects of the fire?

  • Hitler said the fire was a communist conspiracy and he persuaded Hindenburg to declare a state of emergeancy where he could legally use decrees to govern Germany.
  • there was riots and protesting against the communists.
  • Hitler turned to eating chocolate digestives
  • Hitler ordered that communist leader's houses to be burnt.
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2. why did the night of long knives happen?

  • Ernst Rohm, head of SA, wanted more power.
  • Hitler wanted to reduce the power of the SA because he believed that they could take over from him.
  • Hitler wanted to end the SS because they were becoming to violent.

3. when did Hindenburg die?

  • august 1934
  • december 1933
  • november 1934
  • october 1934

4. what was the effect of the enabling act?

  • Hitler could kill all the communists.
  • Germany became a totalitarian state
  • Hitler could buy as many ice creams as he wanted

5. Why did Hitler call another election in March 1933?

  • to employ more people in government
  • to get more Nazi seats
  • to try and remove communists from the reichstag


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