Hitler and the Rise of Fascism
In 1929, the worldwide economic depression caused millions of people to lose faith in democratic institutions. To combat this problem, many Europeans turned to more extreme system of government called Fascism, which promised to revive the economy, restore...
Hitler’s Rise to Power
How did Hitler rise to power (1933) and consolidate his power (1934)?
When the First World War ended on November 11th 1918; many Germans were put into poverty due to the massive costs of the war. Millions of dying and hungry Germans caused the public to turn to...
Hitler in 1937
Chancellor of Germany
30 January 1933 – 30 April 1945
Paul von Hindenburg (until 1934)
Franz von Papen (1933–1934)
Kurt von Schleicher
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Adolf Hitler in...
'The Reichstag fire was more important than the Enabling Act in allowing Hitler to consolidate power in 1933.' How far do you agree with this statement? 
Hitler and the Nazis hated Communism and the arrest of Van der Lubbe gave Hitler evidence that the Communists were plotting...
Why did Hitler become Chancellor in 1933?
There are many factors which explain why Hitler and the Nazis came into power in 1933, for example; the great depression and the weaknesses of the Weimar Government. These reasons and others will be explored further and explained in greater...
Adolf Hitler – the road to dictatorship
Hitler’s Germany: Germany 1933-45 by John Brooman, p.2-7.
1. Define the following key terms:
Nazi Party the Nazi party was a organization witch help Hitler win elections
Swastika the swastika was the symbol of the Nazi party...
'Nazi consolidation of power in 1933 was primarily due to the use of terror and violence.' How far do you agree with this judgement?
The potential limits to Hitler's power were considerable. it must be remembered that Hitler was appointed as chancellor of the Weimar republic and as leader o...
It is to an certain extent that Nazi consolidation of power in 1933 was due to the use of terror and violence. However the terror and violence was very limited because the Nazi's weren’t in a strong enough position to exert terror and violence alone. Nazi propaganda against the communists made mos...