Kurt Ferdinand Friedrich Hermann von Schleicher (pronounced [ˈkʊʁt fɔn ˈʃlaɪçɐ] ; 7 April 1882 – 30 June 1934) was a German general and the penultimate chancellor of Germany during the Weimar Republic.
Kurt von Schleicher, (born April 7, 1882, Brandenburg, Ger.—died June 30, 1934, Berlin), German army officer, last chancellor of the Weimar Republic, an opponent of Adolf Hitler in 1932–33. Joining the German military in 1900, Schleicher attached himself to the newly created Reichswehr in 1919 and by 1929 was a major general in charge of an ...
Kurt von Schleicher (1882-1934) was a German military officer turned politician. He is best known as the chancellor replaced by Adolf Hitler and as a victim of the Nazis’ ‘Night of the Long Knives’ purge in 1934. Schleicher was born in Brandenburg, east of Berlin, the son of a military officer.
With each local and national election through 1931 and 1932, constituents of the government shrank. Under Chancellors Franz von Papen (June 1932-October 1932) and General Kurt von Schleicher (October 1932-January 1933), barely 10 per cent of voters supported the government.
Kurt Ferdinand Friedrich Hermann von Schleicher 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 preußischen Armee angehört hatte, erreichte Schleicher in der Weimarer Republik eine Schlüsselstellung im ...
Reichswehr General Kurt von Schleicher, Hitler’s predecessor as Reich Chancellor, as well as General von Schleicher’s wife; Major General Ferdinand von Bredow, Schleicher's friend and collaborator; Gustav von Kahr, the Bavarian chief of state who had refused in 1923 to support Hitler's Beer Hall Putsch
Kurt von Schleicher Such a possibility had been envisaged at the time of Brüning’s appointment to the chancellorship by a small group of men around Hindenburg, prominent among whom was Gen. Kurt von Schleicher .