How did the Nazis remove political opposition?

In this lesson we will be starting a new enquiry, focusing on discovering how Hitler was able to create a dictatorship in Germany between 1933 - 1934. We will be looking at key events such as the Reichstag Fire, Enabling Act and how Hitler removed opposition groups which he still considered a threat to his power.

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Q1.When was Hitler appointed as German Chancellor?

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Q2.How many seats in the Reichstag did the Nazi Party achieve in the Reichstag elections in July 1932?

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Q3.Who directly replaced von Papen as German Chancellor?

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Q4.Why did von Schleicher lose the German Chancellorship?

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Q5.Why did Hitler demand to be Chancellor in August 1932?

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Q1.When was Hitler appointed as German Chancellor?

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Q2.How many seats in the Reichstag did the Nazi Party achieve in the Reichstag elections in July 1932?

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Q3.Who directly replaced von Papen as German Chancellor?

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Q4.Why did von Schleicher lose the German Chancellorship?

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Q5.Why did Hitler demand to be Chancellor in August 1932?

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How did the Nazis remove political opposition?

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Q1.When did the Reichstag Fire happen?

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Q2.Who confessed to starting the Reichstag Fire?

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Q3.How many Communist Party members had been arrested between the Reichstag Fire and the March 1933 election?

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Q4.Which source of opposition did Hitler ban on the 10th May 1933?

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Q5.In January 1934, who was still a threat to Hitler's power?

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Q6.What is a dictatorship?

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How did the Nazis remove political opposition?

Don’t worry if you get a question wrong! Forgetting is an important step in learning. We will recap next lesson.

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

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Question 6

Q1.When did the Reichstag Fire happen?

1/6

Q2.Who confessed to starting the Reichstag Fire?

2/6

Q3.How many Communist Party members had been arrested between the Reichstag Fire and the March 1933 election?

3/6

Q4.Which source of opposition did Hitler ban on the 10th May 1933?

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Q5.In January 1934, who was still a threat to Hitler's power?

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Q6.What is a dictatorship?

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Lesson summary: How did the Nazis remove political opposition?

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