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Hitler's rise to power quiz
gcse History Quiz on Hitler's rise to power quiz, created by Tomiwa Oko-Osi on 18/05/2013.
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Who burned down the Reichstag in February 1933, according to the Nazi's?
Van Der Lubbe
What percentage of the German people voted for Hitler in the March 1933 election?
44 Per Cent
33 Per Cent
90 Per Cent
What does FENDO stand for?
Front (German Labour Front), Employement, Night of the Broken Glass, Dresden bombing, Opposition
Reichstag Fire, Enabing Act, Night of the Long Knives, Death of Hindenburg, Oath of Allegiance
Reichstag Fire, Empowerment of Youth, Nuremburg laws, D-Day, Opposition Riots
What was the law that gave Hitler the right to make his own laws called?
The Empowerment Act
What did Hitler set up in place of the trade unions?
The People's Court
The German Labour Front
The German Worker's Party
Hitler made an agreement with the Pope that he would leave the Catholic Church alone if the priests stayed out of German politics. What was the agreement called?
What did the Law against the Formation of New Parties (14 July 1933) state?
Hitler banned the Zetrum party
Hitler became Führer
Only the Nazi party was allowed to exist
What happened on the Night of the Long Knives?
Hitler assassinated opponents in the SA
Hitler assassinated opponents in the Gestapo
Hitler assassinated opponents in the SS
Why did Hitler make an alliance with the Church?
Because he knew people put the Church over the Nazi's
The Church was going to win a majority
Hitler believed the Church was part of the Nazi traditional lifestyle and decided to merge it together
Which Election in the 1930's did the Nazi's seats in the Reich fell to 196 seats?
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