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 starter activity. Watch this film clip and list the reasons why it was decided to allow Hitler to become Chancellor. Short-term reasons for Hitler becoming Chancellor. Impact of Great Depression Growth of Nazi Party - NSDAP largest party in Reichstag (230 seats) Fear of SA

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starter activity

Watch this film clip and list the reasons why it was decided to allow Hitler to become Chancellor

short term reasons for hitler becoming chancellor
Short-term reasons for Hitler becoming Chancellor
  • Impact of Great Depression
  • Growth of Nazi Party - NSDAP largest party in Reichstag (230 seats)
  • Fear of SA
  • Failure of Weimar Government & other political parties – Nazis had never been admitted to government
  • Fear of civil war
  • Charisma of Hitler
  • Mistaken belief Hitler could be ‘tamed’
why was hitler appointed chancellor in 1933

Why was Hitler appointed Chancellor in 1933?

 LOs

TBAT identify & explain 5 reasons why Hitler became Chancellor

To reach a judgement on the most important one

your task
 Your task

Read the 1st 2 paragraphs on p.30. What was surprising about the fact that Hitler became Chancellor in 1933?

Who do you think were his supporters / enemies in government?

your task5
 Your task
  • Read p.60-61. Who do you think was most to blame for Hitler being appointed Chancellor?
  • Hindenburg
  • Von Papen
  • General Schliecher

Schliecher

Hindenburg

Von Papen

growth of nazis
Growth of Nazis

1928 – NSDAP only 1/8 most popular party in Germany; 800,000 votes & 3% of popular vote

1932 – NSDAP largest single party; 14 million votes

your task7
 Your task
  • You will each be given a factor to explain as the cause of Hitler becoming Chancellor. Produce a flip chart presentation explaining your factor.
  • Depression
  • Unpopularity of Weimar
  • Fear of Communism
  • Personality of Hitler
  • Organisation of Nazi Party

 Read about your opponents factors and think of ways to undermine them

extension task
 Extension task
  • Read about the rise of Nazism in one part of Germany – Northeim (p.55-9) and list the reasons why the Nazis grow in popularity.
additional information
Additional information
  • Short term factors, e.g. political manoeuvring (p.60-1)
  • The Depression (p.46-51)
  • Hitler’s leadership skills (p.51-3)
  • Weaknesses of Weimar govt. (p.49)
  • Nazi tactics (p.44-5 & p.51)
homework
 Homework
  • Write an essay (minimum 1 side A4) entitled, ‘Why did Hitler become Chancellor in 1933?’ Include the following points:
  • Short term factors, e.g. political manoeuvring (p.61)
  • The Depression (p.46-51)
  • Hitler’s leadership skills (p.51-3)
  • Weaknesses of Weimar govt. (p.49)
  • Nazi tactics (p.44-5 & p.51)
homework11
 Homework

Complete a table similar to the one below identifying the different factors that helped Hitler become Chancellor.

How important was political manoeuvring on the eve of him becoming Chancellor?

plenary
 Plenary
  • Which individual was most to blame for Hitler’s appointment as Chancellor?
  • List 5 factors which arguably explain why Hitler eventually became Chancellor in 1933