"Why Did Hindenburg Appoint Hitler as Chancellor in 1933?"
Hitler's rise to power and his appointment as Chancellor in 1933 by Hindenburg, was the result of several, often enduring factors that effected Germany and Hitler's own approach to increasing his influence and support throughout the country. The most significant of these issues can be said to be the long-term bitterness experienced by the German people - due to the World War One and ruthless demands of the Treaty of Versailles, an ineffective constitution which lead to numerous weak government and the mounting support for Hitler and the Nazi Movement.
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