The Most Important Factor That Led To Hitler Becoming Chancellor In 1933

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danthomas9
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Possible Factors:
The Weakness of Bruning
The Constitution Of The Weimar Government
The Mistakes of the Weimar Goverment
Nazi Party Election Results
Chancellor Schleicher
President Hindenburg
The Great Depression
Hitler's Actions
The Wall Street Crash
Von Papen
Hindenburg and Von Papen Underestimating Hitler

My question is, what is the order of importance of these factors...

Thanks in advance
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The failure of the Treaty of Versailles and the failure of The League of Nations (i.e. collective security) were important long-term causes that inevitably allowed Hitler to gain prominence.

Other than that, I would say Hindenburg and Von Papen underestimating Hitler higher up on that list.
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(Original post by cazzem)
The failure of the Treaty of Versailles and the failure of The League of Nations (i.e. collective security) were important long-term causes that inevitably allowed Hitler to gain prominence.

Other than that, I would say Hindenburg and Von Papen underestimating Hitler higher up on that list.
Thankyou, yeah i had not thought of those causes.
Using my revision guide it did not state anything about underestimating Hitler but i was pretty sure it was important. I am glad you agree!
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