Hitler’s Rise to Power Flashcards Preview

GCSE History Weimar Germany > Hitler’s Rise to Power > Flashcards

Flashcards in Hitler’s Rise to Power Deck (15):
1

When does Hitler join the German Worker's Party

1919

2

When does Hitler set up the Nazi Party

1920

3

When does Hitler introduce the SA

1921

4

When did the Munich Putsch take place

1923

5

When did Hitler publish the Mein Kamph copy

1925

6

When was the Bamberg Conference

1926

7

How many seats did the Nazi's win in the 1928 elections

12

8

When did Stresseman die and what event occurred soon after

1929; The Wall Street Crash

9

Which year do the Nazi's win 107 seats in the Reichstag

1930

10

What was the Nazi's highest ever seats won and at what election

230; July 1932

11

What happened in November 1932

Nazis only win 196 seats in Reichstag

12

When does Hitler become Chancellor of Germany

January 1933

13

Why was Munich Putsch such a significant event and how did it shape Hitler's attitudes to get power

The Munich Putsch is a significant event. Although a failure, Hitler gained publicity, he wrote Mein Kampf and he realised that if he was to win power, he needed to do this by votes and not by force.

14

Why were the Nazis significantly unsuccessful during Stresseman's era

Stable Stresemann caused problems for the popularity of the Nazi Party. When times were good, voters were not attracted to the Nazi policies.

15

How did the Wall Street Crash change German people's attitudes towards the Nazi Party

The Wall Street Crash was a major turning point in the fortunes of the Nazi Party. The Nazi message did not change but people were now prepared to hear it.