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28th January - von Schleicher finally admits defeat in raising support in the Reichstag meaning that he has to resign

30th January - Hindenburg wants Von Papen back but is advised that reappointing an unpopular Chancellor might trigger a movement against Hindenburg himself

Hitler refused to cooperate so Hindenburg was forced to call another election in November 1932

22nd January - Von Papen asks Hindenburg to make Hitler Chancellor. Hindenburg refuses.

After the success of the Nazis in the July 1932 election, Hitler demanded to be chancellor

On the 3rd December 1932 Hindenburg (reluctantly) appoints von Schleicher as Chancellor

Von Papen persuades Hindenburg that as long Nazi Cabinet numbers are limited, then even with Hitler as Chancellor, Nazi policies could be resisted. He also warns that the alternative is a Nazi revolt or civil war.

SA violence made people turn away from the Nazis so that in the November election of 1932 they'd lost seats

Hindenburg despised Hitler so he appointed Franz von Papen as chancellor

30th January - Hindenburg appoints Hitler as Chancellor and von Papen as Vice-Chancellor

4th January 1933- Von Papen privately agrees to work with Hitler. Hitler would be chancellor and von Papen would be in the cabinet.


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