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How did Hitler turn the chancellorship into a dictatorship in 1934
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Between 1933 and 1934 an inescapable man gradually rose to power. Hitler became chancellor of Germany in January 1933 and from there he began his unstoppable rise to power in a very short period of time. His drive and determination lead him from being chancellor in Germany to the Fuhrer where his title could not be taken away from him; he was able to make any laws he wanted without having to confer with the Reichstag. Hitler faced many obstacles in his race to power but his resilience kept him going, nothing or nobody was going to get in his way of a dictatorship.
When Hitler took on the role of Chancellor in Germany he wasted no time in making his mark. This new found power enabled him to make changes in Germany and in the Reichstag however his every move was closely monitored by President Hindenburg; although this didn't stop Hitler. A month later, the Reichstag burned down in circumstances that are still unable to be explained today. However it is a possibility that the Nazis conjured up the plan, to frame the communists and ruin their political status. Hitler's fist act was to place the responsibility for
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