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  1. In January 1930, after receiving Zentrum political party's Heinrich Brüning's assent to heading a presidential government, Schleicher had told Brüning that the "Hindenburg government" was to be "anti-Marxist" and "anti-parliamentarian", and under no conditions were the Social Democrats to be allowed to serve in office, even though the SPD was the largest party in the Reichstag.

  2. Konrad Hermann Josef Adenauer (wym. [ˈ k ɔ n ʁ a: t ˈ h ɛ ɐ m a n ˈ j o: z ɛ f ˈ a: d ə n a ʊ ɐ]; ur.5 stycznia 1876 w Kolonii, zm. 19 kwietnia 1967 w Bad Honnef) – niemiecki polityk, mąż stanu, działacz i długoletni przywódca Unii Chrześcijańsko-Demokratycznej (CDU), kanclerz RFN w latach 1949–1963.

  3. The Nazi Party now had over 800,000 members. Hitler ran for president in the March 1932 presidential election and lost to President Hindenburg, but gained over 36% of the vote. In May, Chancellor Brüning was replaced by Franz von Papen in an effort by President Hindenburg to try and stop Hitler's political ascent.

  4. Georg Michaelis (8 September 1857 – 24 July 1936) was the chancellor of the German Empire for a few months in 1917. He was the first chancellor not of noble birth to hold the office.