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Nazi Party 1932-33

History GCSE/Ormerod/ How Hitler became Chancellor 1932-33

How Hitler became ChancellorNotes
Stage 1 - Hindenburg In the 1932 Presidential election Hindenburg was re-elected with 19 million votes. But Hitler came second with 13 million votes. He was now a political figure.
Stage 2 - Bruning/Von Papen In May 1932, the chancellor Bruning, was sacked, his GOV could not deal with the problems caused by the depression. Von Papen, new chancellor, needed Nazi votes in the Reichstag, so he made Hitler one of his cabinet.
Stage 3 - Von Schleicher In July 1932 the Nazis became the biggest party in the Reichstag (230 seats). Hitler withdrew his support and Von Papen could not continue as chancellor. Hindenburg didn't want Hitler so appointed Schleicher as chancellor.
Stage 4 - Hitler By Jan 1933, Von Schleicher could not rule without Nazi support. Hindenburg had little choice but to appoint Hitler, the leader of the biggest party in the Reichstag, as the new chancellor of Germany.
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