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Activity 3.7: Why did Hitler become Chancellor in 1933?

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1 Activity 3.7: Why did Hitler become Chancellor in 1933?

2 What you have to do On the next slide is an outline summary of Hitler’s rise to power Study the relevant sections of the book and look over your previous work to complete the diagram You could colour code relevant points so that it is clear which ones belong together

3 Political manoeuvring between von Schleicher and von Papen Hitler’s leadership skills The Depression The weaknesses of the Weimar government WHY DID HITLER BECOME CHANCELLOR IN 1933? Nazi tactics

4 Why did Hitler become Chancellor in 1933? The next slide contains the diagram with some suggested points in white boxes. Move the points onto the correct place on the diagram.

5 Public meetings Propaganda managed by Goebbels Party organisation, e.g. training in public speaking Focus on farmers and middle class Use of technology, e.g. radio, aircraft Ditched unsuccessful policies, e.g. nationalising industry, and kept others vague Powerful speaker, e.g. report by British Foreign Office in 1930s talks of ‘astonishing sway’ Decisive leader Poster campaigns, rallies, etc. built him up Unemployment for factory workers (40%), young people (50%) Homelessness Breakdown of law and order in some areas SA disrupted opposition activities Unpopular policies, e.g. cut benefits, raised taxes Rule by President – hostile to Weimar Extremism – rise of Communists helped Nazis Von Papen agreed to work with Hitler to keep out von Schleicher Von Papen and Hindenburg underestimated Hitler and thought they could control him Refused to co-operate with von Papen unless he was made Chancellor Political manoeuvring between von Schleicher and von Papen Hitler’s leadership skills The Depression The weaknesses of the Weimar government WHY DID HITLER BECOME CHANCELLOR IN 1933? Nazi tactics

6 Why did Hitler become Chancellor in 1933? The next slide contains the completed diagram with colour coding.

7 Public meetings Propaganda managed by Goebbels Party organisation, e.g. training in public speaking Focus on farmers and middle class Use of technology, e.g. radio, aircraft Ditched unsuccessful policies, e.g. nationalising industry, and kept others vague Powerful speaker, e.g. report by British Foreign Office in 1930s talks of ‘astonishing sway’ Decisive leader Poster campaigns, rallies, etc. built him up Unemployment for factory workers (40%), young people (50%) Homelessness Breakdown of law and order in some areas SA disrupted opposition activities Unpopular policies e.g. cut benefit, raised taxes Rule by President – hostile to Weimar Extremism – rise of Communists helped Nazis Von Papen agreed to work with Hitler to keep out von Schleicher Von Papen and Hindenburg underestimated Hitler and thought they could control him Refused to co-operate with von Papen unless he was made Chancellor Political manoeuvring between von Schleicher and von Papen Hitler’s leadership skills The Depression WHY DID HITLER BECOME CHANCELLOR IN 1933? Nazi tactics The weaknesses of the Weimar government


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