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  1. 22/01/2020 · Hitler saw this as another opportunity to promote himself into the position of chancellor; however, Hindenburg instead appointed Kurt von Schleicher. Papen was dismayed by this choice as he had attempted in the interim to convince Hindenburg to reinstate him as chancellor and allow him to rule by emergency decree.

  2. 16/08/2017 · Kurt von Schleicher, the new Chancellor of Germany, takes one last look at the placards before casting his vote. Hitler would win the election, which, traditionally, would make him the obvious choice to replace Schleicher as chancellor. President Hindenburg, however, kept Schleicher as Chancellor of Germany for a few months longer.

  3. Once in power, Hitler established an absolute dictatorship. He secured the president’s assent for new elections. The Reichstag fire, on the night of February 27, 1933 (apparently the work of a Dutch Communist, Marinus van der Lubbe), provided an excuse for a decree overriding all guarantees of freedom and for an intensified campaign of violence. In these conditions, when the elections were ...

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Adolf_HitlerAdolf Hitler - Wikipedia

    Hitler targeted Ernst Röhm and other SA leaders who, along with a number of Hitler's political adversaries (such as Gregor Strasser and former chancellor Kurt von Schleicher), were rounded up, arrested, and shot. While the international community and some Germans were shocked by the murders, many in Germany believed Hitler was restoring order.

  5. Franz von Papen, chancellor (May-December 1932); Hitler's National Socialists win Reichstag elections and emerge as Germany's strongest political party, July 1932. Kurt von Schleicher, chancellor (December 1932-January 1933). President Hindenburg appoints Hitler to chancellorship, January 30, 1933. THIRD REICH (1933-45)

  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › 19321932 - Wikipedia

    The politically powerful General Kurt von Schleicher meets secretly with Adolf Hitler. Schleicher tells Hitler that he is scheming to bring down the Brüning government in Germany and asks for Nazi support of the new "presidential government" Schleicher is planning to form.

  7. Carl Bosch (* 27.August 1874 in Köln; † 26. April 1940 in Heidelberg) war ein deutscher Chemiker, Techniker und Industrieller.Mit dem von ihm entwickelten Haber-Bosch-Verfahren, einem Hochdruckverfahren zur Ammoniakproduktion, schuf er bei der BASF die Grundlage für die großtechnische Erzeugung von Stickstoffdüngern, welche die Basis für die Nahrungsmittelversorgung eines großen Teils ...