Papen - Papen declares Prussia was ungovernable and was a...

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Papen – declares Prussia was ungovernable and was a threat to the national interest and deposed the demo. Gov there and imposed authoritarian gov. an example the nazi would follow later. Hitler gets the most votes in the next election but did not get a majority so Papen says he can only be vice chancellor- Hitler leaves the offer. Papen believed that Nazis had hit their peak, there weren’t any more votes they could glean. Nazi’s are running up a debt in these elections, they are exhausted and still not in power, discontent starting to set in…hitler enters election where things might not work out as he had hoped, and the Nazis do experience a retraction, they lose 24 seats Gregor Strasser – advised hitler to cut a deal, party is declining, finances are bankrupt, hitler says no, Schleicher appeals to Strasser, Strasser chickens out and Schliecher is left iwht no solution. Papen seeks to make a deal and begins to negotiate with the Nazis on his own, that result nazi party dbet will be paid off by Papens friends, Hitler will be chancellor, papen will be vice chancellor, and 8 of 11 seats will be non-nazis. Power-
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This note was uploaded on 11/18/2011 for the course HIST 262 taught by Professor Browning during the Fall '08 term at UNC.

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