Hitler's rise to Power

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  • Hitler Joins the Nazi Party
  • Hitler Ends up in Jail
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  • Increasing Nazi Party
  • Hitler joined the small political party known as the Nazi party, or National Socialist Workers Party, in 1919, shortly after the war. The Nazi party was one of several extreme nationalist parties, in Munich.
  • Hitler Becomes Chancellor
  • Who, me?
  • After attempting to stage an uprising against the government in Munich, called the Beer Hall Putsch. Hitler while in prison wrote the "Mein Kampf" an account of his basic thoughts, linking to extreme nationalism, antifeminism, and anticommunism, together by a Social Darwinism theory of struggle.
  • Mass Unemployment
  • Signs
  • Out of business signs for sale
  • During 1929, the Nazi Party in Germany was nationally organized. By 1932, it had 800,000 members becoming the largest party in the Reichstag. Hitler realized that to gain power in Germany he had to do it in a nonviolent manner which would be easier with a bigger party.
  • Enabling Act of 1933
  • Hindenburg, being pressured by right winged elites, when the Reichstag had little power, allowed Hitler to become Chancellor. Hitler, was now able to create a new form of government.
  • Many were unemployed, and unemployment in general had risen dramatically, growing from 4.35 million to 5.5 million, within less than two years. Due to this devastation more extreme parties such as the Nazis became more appealing.
  • Out of business
  • The Enabling Act of March 23, 1933, gave the government the power to ignore the constitution for four years, while it issued laws to deal with the country's problems. This resulted in Hitler becoming dictator of Germany, appointed by the parliament itself.
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