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Timeline of the nazi party 1919-33

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Transcript of Timeline of the nazi party 1919-33

1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 Hitler joined the party; Within months Drexler, its then leader, had made him head of political ideas and propaganda. The party announced its 25 Point Programme and renamed itself the Nazi party. This involved the abolition of the Treaty of Versailles, Anschluss and the exclusion of Jews. Hitler became leader and began attracting attention to the Nazi party. Hitler created the SA (Storm Troopers). The Nazis were still a fringe party but had a large profile. In November Hitler hijacked a government meeting and declared he was taking over the government of Bavaria. Storm troopers began taking over official buildings. Weimar hit back and killed 6 Nazis. Hitler stood trial, gained publicity. He should have got a life sentence, but impressed the judge so much he was only charged with 5 years, and only served 9 months! The party gained 32 seats in the Reichstag Hitler enlarged the storm troopers. In 1925 55% of the storm troopers came from the unemployed. He also set up the SS. Like the Storm troopers, but completely loyal just to Hitler. Membership of the party was now 100,000. Hitler made Joseph Goebbels head of Nazi propaganda, he was highly effective. Despite this the Nazis remained a fringe party. This was the year of the Wall Street crash. America immediately withdrew funds initially lent to Germany trough the Dawes plan. This caused the German economy to collapse. Poverty, homelessness and unemployment rose. This resulted in more support for the Nazis, who now had 130,000 members. The nazi party won 107 seats in the November elections. The Nazi party now had 230 seats in the Reichstag, making them the biggest party, but not yet the majority. Hitler ran for president, but lost to Hindenburg. Despite the loss, it had a positive effect for the Nazis, raising Hitler’s profile. Hitler became Chancellor of Germany. Beer Hall Putsch 0 out of 423 seats 288 out 647 seats Goebbels came up with different slogans to appeal to different types of people. For example, his propaganda would take a different approach to those in urban areas, than those in rural areas. Hitler immediately began to break down democracy in Germany, until he became the Führer. This is an example of Hitler as a decisive leader, something the German people would come to value. This appealed to the nationalism of Germans and showed Hitler refused to accept the decision of the 'November Criminals', like many people at the time. Growth With the economy in such a bad state, points in Hitlers programme such as abolishing the Treaty of Versailles and rebuilding industry now appealed to people more than ever. Hindenburg basically relied completely on passing mergency laws (very undemocratic), as no Chancellor other than Hitler could control the Reichstag Nazis could talk in the Reichstag thanks to Proportional Representation Timeline of the Nazi Party
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