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There are several reasons to explain why Hitler came to power ,such as :The Treaty of Versailles, The Munich Putsch.....But the most interesting is the Great Depression in 1933.

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Assesment 1 Question 1 Choose any of the reasons of the list and explain how it contributed to Hitler�s rise to power. There are several reasons to explain why Hitler came to power ,such as :The Treaty of Versailles, The Munich Putsch.....But the most interesting is the Great Depression in 1933. The Munich Putsch (November 1923)was the time when Hitler thought that the moment had become for him to topple the Weinmar government. The government was preoccupied with the economic crisis that Germany was suffering because of the Depression, On 8th November,Hitler hijacked a local government of Bavaria. ...read more.

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When the stock market collapsed on Wall Street on Tuesday,October 29, 1929, it sent financial markets worldwide into a tailspin with disastrous effects..USA trades with several countries in Europe ,these were the ones which were affected by the Depression because they couldn't trade anymore..This was seriously damaging Germany in 1933because there was unemployment,homeless people, hunger ... Germany had many loans from USA that is why it was in so much trouble. When the loans suddenly came due and when the world market for German exports dried up, the well oiled German industrial machine quickly ground to a halt. ...read more.

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He would make homeless people able to eat .He only promised this to people who supported him and would promise to vote him..He was the leader of the Nazi Socialist party in that moment so people were happy and enthusiastic about this great change in life if they voted Adolf Hitler. At this time it existed a coalition government so the Reichstag seats were divided for the votes that the parties had won in the elections. Sometimes there was majority in a party so they were the one which mainly ruled the country. As a Conclusion I think all reasons added up to make Hitler chancellor. The great Depression started all because this made the Weinmar Government seem weak so Hindenburg could act and make Hitler Chancellor. ...read more.

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