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"Hitler Comes to Power." United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. United States Holocaust Memorial Council, n.d. Web. 05 Nov. 2014.

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"Still fresh in the minds of many was Germany's humiliating defeat fifteen years earlier during World War I, and Germans lacked confidence in their weak government, known as the Weimar Republic. These conditions provided the chance for the rise of a new leader, Adolf Hitler, and his party, the National Socialist German Workers' Party, or Nazi party for short"

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"Hitler was a powerful and spellbinding speaker who attracted a wide following of Germans desperate for change "

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"The Nazis appealed especially to the unemployed, young people, and members of the lower middle class (small store owners, office employees, craftsmen, and farmers)"

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"Before the economic depression struck, the Nazis were practically unknown, winning only 3 percent of the vote to the Reichstag (German parliament) in elections in 1924. In the 1932 elections, the Nazis won 33 percent of the votes, more than any other party. In January 1933 Hitler was appointed chancellor, the head of the German government, and many Germans believed that they had found a savior for their nation"

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"In the Treaty of Versailles, which followed German defeat in World War I, the victorious powers (the United States, Great Britain, France, and other allied states) impose severe terms on Germany"

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"limit its military to 100,000 troops"

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JUNE 28, 1919
TREATY OF VERSAILLES ENDS WORLD WAR I

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"transfer territory to its neighbors"

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OCTOBER 24, 1929
STOCK MARKET CRASH IN NEW YORK

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"The "Great Depression," as it is called, sparks a worldwide economic crisis"

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"In Germany, six million are unemployed by June 1932. Economic distress contributes to a meteoric rise in the support for the Nazi party"

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"...the Nazi party wins the votes of almost 40 of the electorate in the Reichstag (German parliament) elections of July 1932. The Nazi party becomes at this point the largest party in the German parliament"

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NOVEMBER 6, 1932
NAZIS LOSE SUPPORT IN PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS

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"In the Reichstag (German parliament) elections of November 1932, the Nazis lose almost two million votes from the previous elections of July. They win only 33 percent of the vote."

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"...Adolf Hitler agrees to a coalition with conservatives. After months of negotiations, the president of Germany, Paul von Hindenburg, will appoint Hitler chancellor of Germany in a government seemingly dominated by conservatives on January 30, 1933"

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Hitler in Colour. Dir. David Batty. Perf. Brian Cox and Lutz Liebelt. Granada Television, 2005. Documentary.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VHbzRYjjKto

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Castillo, Daniel. "German Economy in the 1920s." German Economy in the 1920s. N.p., Dec. 2003. Web. 11 Dec. 2014.

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"Jews in Nazi Germany." Jews in Nazi Germany, N.p., 2014. Web. 13 Dec. 2014