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How did Hitler become leader of Germany?
30 January 1933: Hitler became Chancellor of Germany.23 March 1933: Enabling Act passed, giving him very wide-ranging powers.12 August 1934: Hitler proclaimed himself Führer …(Leader). He became chancellor (the prime minister / leader) of Germany in 1933. He then became the Dictator (took control over the whole government) in 1934.
Germans felt anger over the the Versailles Treaty and Hitler gave them a strong sense of nationalism. He promised jobs and food, which appealed to many because Germany was goi…ng through an economic depression as where many countries in Europe during the 1930's. Antisemitism was also present in Germany which Hitler used to his advantage to make non Jewish German citizens blame the Jews for the problems of Germany. After the Nazi Party won the election, Hitler was chosen to be the Chancellor and then with the Enabling Act, he had all the power (legislative and executive).
Hitler was appointed Chancellor on January 30, 1933. He then quickly became the only leader in Germany. When President Paul von Hindenburg died on August 2, 1934, Hitler decid…ed that no one would become president anymore. He thus became the only leader, cumulating the functions of president and chancellor. He was "der Führer" (the Leader) and every one had to obey him. 30 January 1933: Hitler became Chancellor of Germany.23 March 1933: Enabling Act passed, giving him wide-ranging, dictatorial powers.May 1933: All political parties apart from the NSDAP (Nazis) were banned.12 August 1934: Hitler proclaimed himself Führer (Leader).
Adolf Hitler became Leader of Germany because he was very strong and had many plans for the future. Also the propaganda helped because they used radio's,adverts etc. to tell …the public what they wanted to hear so that they would go along with it.
Hitler became leader of the Nazi Party in 1921. He was appointed chancellor in 1933.
Hitler was elected Chancellor of Germany in January of 1933.
at that time it was The Sovjetisk Union and the leader or dictator was Stalin
He gained the support of other right-wing groups (notably the conservative German National People's Party) following the inconclusive November 1932 election (in which the …Nazis had actually lost two million votes) and gathered enough votes to control the Reichstag despite heading a minority party. His government was initially a coalition, but other parties were dissolved by July. Even after the ban on Germany's powerful opposition Communist Party under the spurious pretext of the February 27 Reichstag fire, the Nazis failed to win a majority in the March 5 election. He gained the support of other right-wing groups (notably the conservative German National People's Party) following the inconclusive November 1932 election and gathered enough votes to control the Reichstag despite heading a minority party. His government was initially a coalition, but other parties were dissolved by July. Even after the ban on Germany's powerful opposition Communist Party under the spurious pretext of the February 27 Reichstag fire, the Nazis failed to win a majority in the March 5 election.
Answer Hitler appointed Admiral Karl Doenitz as his successor. Doenitz permitted Germany to surrender one week after Hitler's death. After tha…t the German government was dissolved and the occupying powers ruled Germany directly. Michael Montagne
Paul von Hindenburg.
Hitler was appointed Chancellor of Germany by President Hindenburg on 30 January 1933. Following the First World War, Germany suffered from a huge economic depression during… the 20s. Hitler was an outspoken politician, with links to many extreme nationalist parties. While right-wing himself, he knew how to capture the imagination of a wide cross-section of the voters, and did this primarily by playing on their nationalistic beliefs. Hitler was a young figure in German politics, unconventional, different, dynamic, and he promised a prouder future for Germans than the old generals could. In the two German general elections in 1932, Hitler's Nazi Party (National Socialists) won 37% and 34% of the vote, which made his party the largest in the parliament (Reichstag). He didn't have a majority, but he had enough seats that people had to take him seriously. However, the Communists polled about 17% of the vote. This meant that the only way to pass legislation was either: To form a coalition with the Communists (unthinkable in Germany at that time)OR to form a coalition with the NazisOR to rule by decree In other words the system of government was deadlocked. Hindenburg and other military men in the German Nationalist Part (DNVP) tried to bring Hitler under control by making him Chancellor and forming a coalition with the Nazis (NSDAP). However, Hitler wanted to rule by decree ... His ambitions went far beyond a government post. What followed was called the 'National Socialist Revolution'. Hitler's SS thugs (paramilitary thugs in uniform, often armed with clubs etc) raided the homes of political opponents, exterminating those who were a threat. Before long they set up concentration camps.
Hitler was appointed Chancellor on 30 January 1933, and on 23 March 1933 the Reichstag (German parliament) passed a law allowing him to rule by decree without even the n…eed for the President's signature. (The first permanent concentration camp opened at Dachau just before that). In May 1933 he banned all political parties except his own (the NSDAP) and also banned all trade unions and so it went on ...
Chancellor in 1933, Fuhrer in 1934
In World War 1
Kurt von Schleicher was the head of the government. Hindenberg was the head of state (President).
Hitler rose to power by political means and machinations, and when he had consolidated his influence enough, he used force to mount the remaining steps to absolute control of …Germany.
First point- Hitler was not universally loved before he became dictator in 1933-34. In the elections in 1932, the Nazi Party only won 32% of the vote. In the elections of …March 1933, Hitler was able to abuse an emergency to arrest political opponents and intimidate voters into voting for the Nazis- and they still only got about 44% of the vote. Those who supported him saw him as a strong leader who would reverse the much-hated Versailles Treaty that blamed World War I on Germany and severely punished them for it. He promised to end the government gridlock which had crippled the German government in the 1920s, and to reverse the effects of the Great Depression. He was a talented demagogue who assigned Germany's problems to socialists, communists, and Jews. Once in power, he formed alliances with other right-wing parties, and passed a law called the Enabling Act, which gave all government power to himself. With that power in hand, he was able to abolish all other political parties, and reformed the entire government to fit his ideology. A massive propaganda apparatus was put in place to ensure the loyalty of the people, and an equally massive secret police force to eliminate people who refused to be loyal.