The Election of Hitler: Why and How?
Hitler and his Nazi party never had a majority of votes at elections. The points and promises that Hitler gave only appealed to a limited number of people, which accounted for 1/3rd of the population only. At the party's highest peak, the Nazi party had around 40% of the votes in the Reichstag, hardly enough to gain power. So how is it that in 1934, despite his relatively low power, was Hitler made chancellor?
Hitler came to extreme actions between 1930 and 1932 to gain power. Many fights would break out in the streets, usually between Nazis and Communists. …
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