Why was Hitler able to dominate Germany by 1934

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Nazi objectives published in 1920, showing strong anti-semitic and nationalistic views
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Munich Putsch
November 1923- Nazi party tried overthrowing the Weimar Republic but failed
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October 1929
Stresemann dies and Wall Street Crash occurs. American banks recall their loans and Depression spreads to Germany
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1924-1929
Nazi success was limited because things such as SA violence and overall prosperity in Germany led few people to have interest in politics/the Nazis
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SA
Hitler's Strom Troopers
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Great Depression in Germany
Led to a rise in unemployment and a feeling of betrayal of the German people towards the government. The Nazi Party became more popular
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Reichstag Fire
February 27, 1933. It was used by Hitler as an excuse to arrest his Communist opposition
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Enabling Act
March 23, 1933. Gave Hitler power to make laws without consulting the Reichstag
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The Night of the Long Knives
June 30, 1934. Various of Hitler's opponents were arrested/killed (this cleaned much of
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August 2, 1934
Hindenburg dies and Hitler proclaims himself chancellor and Reich Führer.
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November 1923- Nazi party tried overthrowing the Weimar Republic but failed

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Munich Putsch

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Stresemann dies and Wall Street Crash occurs. American banks recall their loans and Depression spreads to Germany

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Card 4

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Nazi success was limited because things such as SA violence and overall prosperity in Germany led few people to have interest in politics/the Nazis

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Card 5

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Hitler's Strom Troopers

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