The Influence of Anti-Semitism in Hitler Coming to Power in 1933

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How did Hitler benefit from the economic circumstances in Germany?
Without the Great Depression, he would not have had the support he did as people would not have been desperate for a solution
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How did Hitler have political help?
Without the weaknesses of the democratic parties and the willingness of Conservative politicians to collaborate with him he would not have become chancellor
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How did Hitler come to power?
In a legal revolution, he was legally given power by President Hindenburg
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What did anti-Semitism play a part in the long term weakness of?
The Weimar Republic
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What did anti-Semitism play a part in the short term popularity of?
The Nazis
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Why did Hitler have a tight leash on the SA?
To stop uncontrolled violence
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Why did Hitler hold elections in March?
He hoped to win a working majority in the Reichstag
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In the March elections, what percentage of the vote did the Nazis win?
44%
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What did the Enabling Law give Hitler?
Temporary dictatorial powers
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What happened in March 1933
First concentration camp opened in Dachau
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