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  1. Biografía de Franz von Papen El estadista alemán Franz Joseph Hermann Michael Maria von Papen , quien nació el 29 de octubre de 1879, en Werl, Alemania, desempeñó un destacado papel en la disolución de la República del Weimar y en ayudar a Adolf Hitler a convertirse en canciller alemán en 1933.

  2. El teniente coronel Franz Joseph Hermann Michael Maria von Papen (Werl, 29 de octubre de 1879 – Obersasbach, 2 de mayo de 1969) fue un noble, oficial del Estado Mayor y político alemán. Fue canciller de Alemania en 1932 y vicecanciller con Adolf Hitler en 1933-1934. Perteneció al grupo de asesores más cercanos al presidente Paul von ...

  3. 20/11/2014 · Franz/von Papen/Vicecanciller de Hitler/Werl, 2o de octubre de 1879-Obersabach, 2 de mayo de 1969. Brevemente canciller alemán durante el periodo de la República de Weimar, Franz von Papen es ...

  4. 11/05/2018 · Franz von Papen. Franz von Papen (1879-1969) was one of the conservative German politicians whose fear of social unrest and hostility toward the democratic Weimar Republic led them to support the rise of Hitler. Although never a believer in the more extreme doctrines of National Socialism, he helped prepare the way for the Third Reich.

  5. Franz von Papen was born Franz Joseph Hermann Michael Maria von Papen, Erbsälzer zu Werl und Neuwerk, on October 29, 1879, in Werl, Westphalia, Prussia, to Friedrich von Papen-Koningen and Anna Laura von Steffens. He was raised in a wealthy Roman Catholic family, with two older siblings.

  6. Franz von Papen, the son of a wealthy landowner, was born in Werl, Germany, on 29th October, 1879. He joined the German Army and was a general staff officer on the outbreak of the First World War. In 1914 Papen was sent to Washington as a military attaché. While in the United States he helped to arrange for a company in Bridgeport to produce ...

  7. 12/11/2016 · Franz Von Papen (right) and Adolf Hitler (left) in 1935 By 1933 Nazi support in the Reichstag was becoming skimmer, and the electorate of the Party as a whole was moving towards other coalitions. In November 1932 Nazis had 33.1% of the Reichstag seats and had lost 34 seats from the 230 of the July elections [1] .