Rise of the Nazis

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How many Germans were unemployed by 1933?
Over 6 million
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To whom did the Nazis appeal to?
Young people, the unemployed, and businessmen
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How big was Nazi membership by 1933>
Over 300,000
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What were the results of the 1930 elections?
1st Socialists, 2nd Nazis, 3rd Communists
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What did Hindenburg and Hitler win in the second ballot of the 1932 elections?
Hindenburg: 53%, Hitler: 36.8%
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Who did Hindenburg appoint as Chancellor initially?
Franz von Papen
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How did Hindenburg try to cause divisions in the Nazi Party?
By asking another Nazi (Gregor Strasser) to be Vice-Chancellor
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When did Hindenburg finally offer Chancellorship to Hitler?
January 1933
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When did Hitler call for another election?
March 1933
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What was the result of the Reichstag Fire?
Hitler blamed the communists, and mass arrests followed
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Name three more 'dirty tricks' used by Hitler to win in 1933
Controlling the news media, banning opposition meetings, using the SA to terrorise opponents.
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