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Why was Hitler able to become chancellor of Germany in 1933?

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  • Essay length: 1966 words
  • Submitted: 13/04/2004
  • Marked by teacher: (?) Natalya Luck
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GCSE Germany 1918-1939

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This is a very comprehensive response that is well written and persuasive. Although there could be more examples used in places, it covers all major factors and explains how they link together well.

Marked by teacher Natalya Luck 14/03/2012

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Why was Hitler able to become chancellor of Germany in 1933?

On 30th January 1933, Adolf Hitler was appointed chancellor of Germany and Von Papen descended himself to a vice-chancellor position. There was political scheming between the leaders which allowed Hitler to become chancellor. There were factors that helped the Nazis and Hitler to gain recognition and come to power. Some factors were long-term reasons such as the Treaty of Versailles which indirectly helped Hitler to become chancellor because the Weimar Government could not cope with the reparations payments. The weaknesses of the Weimar Republic is another long term reason playing a huge part giving the Nazis opportunities to take action and persuading people to vote for them. Some were short term factors such as the Wall Street Crash which led to a depression. This essay will look at how Hitler achieved his chancellor ship.

Germany was never governed by a strong leader who kept serious issues under control. The three main leaders Ebert, Hindenburg, and Stresemann all had problems. Ebert could not deliver his promises because he had to form coalitions and had to agree with the people who joined. Hindenburg was not a good

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This is a very comprehensive response that is well written and persuasive. Although there could be more examples used in places, it covers all major factors and explains how they link together well.

Marked by teacher Natalya Luck 14/03/2012

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