WJEC GCSE History - Germany in Transition

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Complete this text which explains the reasons for the increase in Nazi support between 1929 and 1932

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Nazi support increased rapidly between 1929 and 1932. In

the American Stock Exchange collapsed causing an economic depression. As a result, America demanded repayments of all it's foreign loans, destroying Weimar Germany. This caused unemployment in Germnay to rise to

million. The incompetent government didn't know what to do, so in

the Chancellor cut government expenditure, wages and

pay. Due to the anger of the German people, they began to turn to other parties such as the

Also, the Nazis hadn't been in power before so people were willing to take a

There were many fears among the German people at that time. They were worried that they would end up

Others were worried incase a

would take place and the middle classes feared that this would destroy their position in society, taking away their wealth.

Propaganda was a big player in the success of the Nazis. In

Hitler elected

as his minister for propaganda. During the election campaigns the Nazis used posters and mass meetings to convey their message. In the spring of

Hitler stood for President as an opponent for 84-year-old war hero

Despite the defeat, Hitler gained 13 million votes. Also, Hindenburg didn't campaign which meant that Hitler had the whole of Germany listening to him.

Hitler was a gifted public speaker who captivated his audiences. He projected the image of being the

the saviour who would solve the problems facing Germany.Using his private plane he toured the country delivering speeches to mass audiences, offering something to

sections of society. He kept his message simple, blaming

for Germany's problems, especially the Jews and the communists

The SA played a vital role in protecting Nazi speakers during election meetings and also in disrupting the meetings of political rivals, especially the Communists. Thesde 'bully boy thugs' of the party engaged in street fights with the political



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