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:
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.
He did not become councillor of Germany, he became Chancellor in 1933.
He was appointed the chancellor of Germany on 30 January 1933.
He was chancellor of Germany from 1933 to 1945
He was elected for chancellor and when the president died Hitler siezed the opertunity and merged Chancellor and president into one.
In January 1933, Adolf Hitler became the Chancellor of Germany.
He became Chancellor of Germany on 2 August 1934.
Adolf Hitler was 43 years old when he became chancellor of Germany.
Hitler was appointed Chancellor of Germany in January 1933.
Hitler became Chancellor of Germany in January 1933.
Hitler was the chancellor of Germany from 1933 to 1945 and the dictator of the Nazi Germany from 1934 to 1945.
He became the Chancellor of Germany on 30 January 1933.
Hitler was appointed to be Chancellor of Germany, in 1933.
That was Adolf Hitler.
He worked as the Chancellor of Germany.