Paul Von Hindenburg's Rise To Power

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Andrew Paolillo 10/30/15
World History

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On January 30, 1933, Paul von Hindenburg, president of Germany, appointed Adolf Hitler as the new chancellor of Germany. He chose Hitler “because Hindenburg believed that he could be easily controlled.” ("Hindenburg, Paul von.") By the time Hindenburg died, Hitler was in such complete control, that he was able to usurp the authority of of the presidency and became the ruler of Germany and leader of the Nazi party. This led to Hitler being the most successful leader ever.

When Hitler came into political power for the Nazi party, he was the lead commander on becoming the dominant party in Germany. Hitler single handedly “destroyed” all parties, except the NSDAP (National Socialist
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