Officially, There was no Chancellor of Germany. Hitler was appointed Chancellor of Germany in 1933, and then President in August 1934 - upon the old President - Hindenburg's - death (he was old, don't worry). This meant that effectively, Hitler was the dictator of Germany, and appointed himself as Fuhrer. He stayed in that position until his death in 1945. The closed to him in power were probably Goebbels (Propaganda) and Gorring (economic).
Adolf Hitler was Chancellor of Nazi Germany from 1933 to 1945.
During World War Two there was not a chancellor of Germany. This is because Hitler was the appointed chancellor before the war, and when the president of Germany died he appointed himself Fuhrer.
Chancellor of Germany
He was the chancellor of Germany.
He was the chancellor of Germany during World War 2.
He was Chancellor from 1933-1945 and Führer from 1934-45.
Adolf Hitler .
Hitler was the German Chancellor .
Germany didn't have a chancellor during that time. It was a dictatorship, led by Hitler. Ans.2: And Hitler was in fact the German Chancellor.
Adolf Hitler was named chancellor of Germany on Jan 30, 1933. This happened before WORLD WAR 2 which started in 1939.
He was the Chancellor of Germany,
Adolf Hitler was the Chancellor and Dictator of Germany
Adolf Hitler was the leader of Germany in the years leading to World War II. He became chancellor of Germany in 1933, six years before the war began.
Adolf Hitler started world war two when crowned chancellor of germany and invaded country
World War 2 started in September 1939. Hitler became Chancellor of Germany in 1933 - well before the war.
That's easy, allowing Adolf Hitler to become chancellor of Germany.
Hitler was not the first but the chancellor when world war 2 II was on.
He is known for being the Chancellor of Germany during World War 2 and for being responsible for the Holocaust.
It's not much of a rank, he was appointed to chancellor in 1933, then dictator of Germany.
Adolf Hitler became Chancellor of Germany on January 30, 1933 and maintained that position throughout World War II which began on September 1, 1939. He was effectively Chancellor for a little over 6 years.
Karl Donitz was leader of the Kreigsmarine during World War 2, and for a brief time, chancellor of Germany (he was named as Hitler's successor but surrendered to the allies 9 days after his death).
he was the German chancellor