Who was Germany's chancellor?
Hitler was not the first but the chancellor when world war 2 II was on.
In 1933 Hitler became Chancellor as his party (the National Socialist German Workers Party) was the biggest in the Reichstag and all the other Chancellors appointed by President Hindenburg had failed. In 1934 President Hindenburg died and Hitler added the power of President to the power he already had as Chancellor, making himself the Fuhrer.
A Chancellor is the owner and official head of a University. In the US, the Chancellor runs the University itself. In the UK, the Chancellor tends to be a figurehead, and the day-to-day running is done by a Vice-Chancellor. In Germany, the Chancellor is the Head of the Government (they also have a President doesn't have that much power) and is equivalent to a Prime Minister in other countries. In the UK, the Chancellor of…