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3 What impression does the cartoonist give of Hitler’s position as Chancellor? Use the source and your own knowledge to explain your answer. THE QUESTION:

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6 CLICK TO REVEAL THE ANSWER! What impression does the cartoonist give of Hitler’s position as Chancellor? Use the source and your own knowledge to explain your answer. THE QUESTION:

7 What impression does the cartoonist give of Hitler’s position as Chancellor? Use the source and your own knowledge to explain your answer. THE QUESTION:

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17 What impression does the cartoonist give of Hitler’s position as Chancellor? Use the source and your own knowledge to explain your answer. THE QUESTION:

18 The spike suggests that the German Chancellorship is a painful position! Hitler’s animated face suggests that he would find the position very uncomfortable? The date helps us link events from that time to the source The “swirls” suggest that Germany is in chaos at this time. The helmet suggests that the Chancellorship is a great position of power What impression does the cartoonist give of Hitler’s position as Chancellor? Use the source and your own knowledge to explain your answer. THE QUESTION:

19 What impression does the cartoonist give of Hitler’s position as Chancellor? Use the source and your own knowledge to explain your answer. THE QUESTION:

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21 What impression does the cartoonist give of Hitler’s position as Chancellor? Use the source and your own knowledge to explain your answer. THE QUESTION:

22 WRITE YOUR ANSWER, AND THEN CLICK TO SEE A MODEL ANSWER ONCE YOU’VE FINISHED What impression does the cartoonist give of Hitler’s position as Chancellor? Use the source and your own knowledge to explain your answer. THE QUESTION:

23 The cartoonist is giving the impression that Hitler’s task as Chancellor would be a very difficult one. The cartoon was published in 1933, Hitler is sat on the spike of a helmet with the words “German Chancellorship” written on it. This suggests that the position Hitler found himself in would be uncomfortable. I know that before Hitler, three other Chancellors- Brüning, Papen and Schleicher- had all tried to sort out Germany’s problems. Their policies were hugely unpopular and were all unsuccessful in attempting to solve the crises facing Germany. Therefore many believed that Hitler would suffer the same problems. Around the helmet there are clouds of smoke, or “swirls” of energy, which suggest conflict of chaos going on around. I know that Germany was in a terrible state in The Wall Street Crash of 1929, and the Great Depression that followed, saw Germany suffer dreadfully. At one stage, unemployment reached six million, and there seemed to be no end to these problems. Finally, Hitler’s expression does not suggest a strong leader has taken on the Chancellorship. He looks pained and weak. I know that many believed Hitler would not be able to solve the problems facing Germany. I also know that many believed they could manipulate Hitler, and the strong support he had from the public, to boost the popularity of the Weimar government, and steer the country back on track. All in all, the cartoonist is stating that Hitler would find the task of Chancellor very difficult and very uncomfortable. The cartoonist is giving the impression that Hitler’s task as Chancellor would be a very difficult one. The cartoon was published in 1933, Hitler is sat on the spike of a helmet with the words “German Chancellorship” written on it. This suggests that the position Hitler found himself in would be uncomfortable. I know that before Hitler, three other Chancellors- Brüning, Papen and Schleicher- had all tried to sort out Germany’s problems. Their policies were hugely unpopular and were all unsuccessful in attempting to solve the crises facing Germany. Therefore many believed that Hitler would suffer the same problems. Around the helmet there are clouds of smoke, or “swirls” of energy, which suggest conflict of chaos going on around. I know that Germany was in a terrible state in The Wall Street Crash of 1929, and the Great Depression that followed, saw Germany suffer dreadfully. At one stage, unemployment reached six million, and there seemed to be no end to these problems. Finally, Hitler’s expression does not suggest a strong leader has taken on the Chancellorship. He looks pained and weak. I know that many believed Hitler would not be able to solve the problems facing Germany. I also know that many believed they could manipulate Hitler, and the strong support he had from the public, to boost the popularity of the Weimar government, and steer the country back on track. All in all, the cartoonist is stating that Hitler would find the task of Chancellor very difficult and very uncomfortable.

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25 The cartoonist is giving the impression that Hitler’s task as Chancellor would be a very difficult one. The cartoon was published in 1933, Hitler is sat on the spike of a helmet with the words “German Chancellorship” written on it. This suggests that the position Hitler found himself in would be uncomfortable. I know that before Hitler, three other Chancellors- Brüning, Papen and Schleicher- had all tried to sort out Germany’s problems. Their policies were hugely unpopular and were all unsuccessful in attempting to solve the crises facing Germany. Therefore many believed that Hitler would suffer the same problems. Around the helmet there are clouds of smoke, or “swirls” of energy, which suggest conflict of chaos going on around. I know that Germany was in a terrible state in The Wall Street Crash of 1929, and the Great Depression that followed, saw Germany suffer dreadfully. At one stage, unemployment reached six million, and there seemed to be no end to these problems. Finally, Hitler’s expression does not suggest a strong leader has taken on the Chancellorship. He looks pained and weak. I know that many believed Hitler would not be able to solve the problems facing Germany. I also know that many believed they could manipulate Hitler, and the strong support he had from the public, to boost the popularity of the Weimar government, and steer the country back on track. All in all, the cartoonist is stating that Hitler would find the task of Chancellor very difficult and very uncomfortable. The cartoonist is giving the impression that Hitler’s task as Chancellor would be a very difficult one. The cartoon was published in 1933, Hitler is sat on the spike of a helmet with the words “German Chancellorship” written on it. This suggests that the position Hitler found himself in would be uncomfortable. I know that before Hitler, three other Chancellors- Brüning, Papen and Schleicher- had all tried to sort out Germany’s problems. Their policies were hugely unpopular and were all unsuccessful in attempting to solve the crises facing Germany. Therefore many believed that Hitler would suffer the same problems. Around the helmet there are clouds of smoke, or “swirls” of energy, which suggest conflict of chaos going on around. I know that Germany was in a terrible state in The Wall Street Crash of 1929, and the Great Depression that followed, saw Germany suffer dreadfully. At one stage, unemployment reached six million, and there seemed to be no end to these problems. Finally, Hitler’s expression does not suggest a strong leader has taken on the Chancellorship. He looks pained and weak. I know that many believed Hitler would not be able to solve the problems facing Germany. I also know that many believed they could manipulate Hitler, and the strong support he had from the public, to boost the popularity of the Weimar government, and steer the country back on track. All in all, the cartoonist is stating that Hitler would find the task of Chancellor very difficult and very uncomfortable.

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