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  2. Third Reich | Facts & History | Britannica

    The political deadlock continued, however, and in December 1932 Hindenburg set aside Papen and replaced him with Gen. Kurt von Schleicher. Papen, who retained some power and influence as a vice-chancellor, persuaded Hindenburg to bring Hitler into the government, thereby creating a coalition with a majority in the Reichstag. Having thus ...

  3. The Nazi Rise to Power | Holocaust Encyclopedia

    When Papen was unable to obtain a parliamentary majority to govern, his opponents among President Hindenburg's advisers forced him to resign. His successor, General Kurt von Schleicher, dissolved the Reichstag again. In the ensuing elections in November 1932, the Nazis lost ground, winning 33.1 percent of the vote.

  4. Rise of the Nazis | Kurt von Schleicher | Season 1 | Episode ...

    But with Hitler’s new strategy to be a legitimate political party and 18% of the vote, the Nazi Party captures Kurt von Schleicher’s interest. Aired: 11/10/20 Rating: TV-PG ...

  5. Kurt von Schleicher – Wikipedia

    Kurt von Schleicher (1932) Kurt Ferdinand Friedrich Hermann von Schleicher (* 7. April 1882 in Brandenburg an der Havel; † 30. Juni 1934 in Neubabelsberg) war ein deutscher General und Politiker. Von Anfang Dezember 1932 bis Ende Januar 1933 amtierte er als letzter Reichskanzler der Weimarer Republik . Nachdem er im Kaiserreich der ...

  6. 1934: Key Dates | Holocaust Encyclopedia

    The SS also murders several present and past conservative critics of the Nazi regime including Hitler's predecessor as Chancellor, General Kurt von Schleicher, and the former Bavarian Minister-President, Gustav von Kahr.

  7. Kurt von Schleicher remains a controversial, puzzling figure. Histo-rians have scarcely improved on the conflicting contemporary characterizations of the man who rose in fourteen years from an army staff officer to chancellor of Germany's first republic. Some have echoed Schleicher' s left-wing detractors, charging him with

  8. Political extremism and scheming 1929-1932 - End of the ...

    This led to Kurt von Schleicher, the Minister of Defence, persuading Hindenburg that if this happened there could be a civil war. Chancellor Papen (left) with his eventual successor, Minister of ...

  9. Hitler's Rise to Power: A Timeline - ThoughtCo

    December 2: Papen is forced out, and Hindenburg is influenced into appointing the general, and prime right-wing manipulator, Kurt von Schleicher, chancellor. 1933 January 30: Schleicher is outmaneuvered by Papen, who persuades Hindenburg than Hitler can be controlled; the latter is made chancellor , with Papen vice-chancellor.

  10. Schleicher's Chancellorship | History | tutor2u

    Von Schleicher was appointed Chancellor to replace von Papen. Schleicher was a solution to the Chancellorship problem which President Hindenburg faced. Hindenburg did not want to appoint Hitler as Chancellor despite the election results from November 1932 in which the Nazis were the largest party. Schleicher’s chancellorship was short.

  11. Kurt von Schleicher ... a Gen. d. Inf.? - Axis History Forum

    Die Wiedereinrichtung des deutschen militärischen Attachédienstes nach dem Ersten Weltkrieg (1919-1933). Boppard am Rhein 1966. The book, a very reliable source and written in a rare academic manner, states that Kurt von Schleicher was Gen. d. Inf. I have to admit that I am quite curious if he really was 3-Star-General.