GCSE History

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how why was Hitler able become chancellor January 1933
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revision - the role of Hindenburg and Von Papen
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  1. the final short term factor which allowed Hitler to become chancellor was the :
    political role played by Hindenburg and Von papen in the months December 1932 - January 1933
  2. The reichstag election of July 1932 : In May ..... Von Papen became ............ and he persuaded Hindeburg to call elections for ...... ....... in an attempt to ............................................ . However the results were a disappointment to him and the July elections saw the Nazi's with ..... ...... becoming the ..... ...... part in the Reichstag , although not a major party
    • 1932
    • Chancellor
    • July 1932
    • increase his support in the Reichstag
    • 230 seats
    • largest single
  3. The Reichstag election of July 1932 : In the Weimar constitution it was stated that the president .......................................... , and although he wuld usually choose the leader of the ........ ..... he did not have to do so . Hitler demaded the position of chancellor for himself , but president Hindenburg disliked Hitler because he was ........ and had only been a ...... in the ...... . Because he did not trust Hitler he would ...... ...... to his ....... . Instead ....... ..... remained chancellor despite the fact that he was the leader of the ...... party , which only had ...... seats in the Reichstag
    • had the power to choose the chancellor
    • majority
    • Austrian
    • corporal
    • war
    • not agree
    • appointment
    • Von Papen
    • centre
    • 97
  4. hThe Reichstag election of July 1932 : the only way that Papen could get laws passed was by using ...................... . This meant that ................................ . The Reichstag passed a vote of no confidence in in Von Papen's government so he had no alternative bu to call for a new ....................... , in the hope that his party could ...... .... ....
    • President Hindenburg's emergancy powers to rule by decree
    • democracy had broken down in Germany
    • election for November 1932
    • gain more votes
  5. The Reichstag election of November 1932 : These elections did not break the deadlock . No part could gain enough votes to .................... . The Nazi share of votes fell to ...... but they were still the .................... . Hitler refused to join any ........ ... and would accept nothing less than the position of .........
    • govern on its own
    • 196
    • largest party in the reichstag
    • coalition government
    • chancellor
  6. The Reichstag election of November 1932 : In December ....... ........ , an ........ ..... and ...... to Hindenburg , told the president that the army no longer ....................... and he threatened a ............... if Von Papen was allowed to govern using ....... ..... . Since the support of the army was essential , Hindeburg appointed ..... .... as chancellor but the reichstag would not agree to his decisions so he asked Hindenburg to ...................... however hindenburg ..... and von schleicher .........
    • Von Schleicher
    • army general
    • adviser
    • supported Von Papen's appointment as Chancellor
    • general strike or even civil war
    • emergancy decrees
    • make emergancy laws for him
    • refused
    • resigned

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