Why was Hitler able to dominate Germany by 1934?

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Section 1: what did the Nazi Party stand for in 1920?
Section 1: what did the Nazi Party stand for in 1920?
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In January 1919, how many Germans formed a small party and what was it called?
Three called the German Workers Party (DAP)
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When did Hitler join the party?
September 1919
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After hitler showed a skill for public speaking, what was he invited to join and what was he put in charge of?
he was invited to join the parties executive committee and was put in charge of propaganda
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In 1920, what did he play a large role in writing and what was in it?
the parties twenty five point ultimatum about anti-Jewish ideas and very socalist ideas
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In April, what was the DAP renamed to?
The National Socalist German Worker's Party (Nazi Party)
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What did the party but later in the year and what was the anti-Jewish statement they used in one of their headlines? How did the support for the party change?
Newspaper-'Clean out the Jews once and for all'-support grew
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When did Hitler become the party leader and in the same year what did he found for the party?
1921 and the 'Stormtroopers' or 'brownshirts'
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What was the SA's two main tasks? However, what kind of people did it attract and what reputation did it give the Nazi's?
To protect Nazi meetings and to disrupt other opponents of the Nazis. It attracted many unemployed soldier which created a violent and brutal name for the Nazis,
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By 1923, how many members had the Nazi Party gained?
35,000 members
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By 1923, what had happened to the party after the failed Munich Putsch?
It leader Hitler was jalied, its newspaper was banned and the party itself was banned,
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Section 2: WHy did the Nazis have little success before 1930?
Section 2: WHy did the Nazis have little success before 1930?
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What was the name of the organisation formed while Hitler was imprisoned?
national Socalist Freedom Party
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When Hitler was released in December 1924, how many seats did his party gain in the Reichstag?
14
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Hitler was determined to win legally but whose policies were too successful that no-one voted for Nazis?
Stresemann
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In 1925, what did the Hitler persaude the authorities to do?
To relift the ban on the Nazi party,
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In February, Hitler made a speech that was very critical of whos and what was the concequences?
of the government and he was banned from public speaking for 2 years.
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Hitler divided Germany into how many districts and put who in each one for what?
34 and he would put a leading Nazi in charge to increase support for the Nazi party,
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What organistion did he start for children and what new bodyguards did he employ?
The Hitler Youth and the SS
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In 1926 he called a Party Meeting and what did he persaude the other Nazi members to re-adopt?
The 25 point ultimatum
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By the end of 1926, how many members did it have and in 1927, it held its first what?
50,000 and Nuremburg Rally,
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In the 1928 elections, how many seats did it gain and what position was it for the largets party?
only 12, 2.8% of votes and eighth largest party
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Who were the Nazi's Twenty Five Points Attractive to and why?
The most vulnerable to the depression-poor, elderly, middle class as he offerede them culprits to blame it on- Jews, the allies, the 'November Criminals'
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In the 1930 elections how many seats did it gain as wel as the 1932?
1930-132, 1932-nearly 200
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