Adolf Hitler: Dictator
days later - March 23rd - Hitler appears before the Reichstag in Berlin to reassure them that - if granted - his new powers under the Enabling Act will be used sparingly. On March 15, 1933, a cabinet meeting was held during which Hitler and Göring discussed how to obstruct what was left of the democratic process to get an Enabling Act passed by the Reichstag. They were often beaten and sometimes even tortured to death. Continue onto Part II of our Hitler History. He got those votes from the Catholic Center Party after making a false promise to restore some basic rights already taken away by decree. In Germany, there were now constant Nazi rallies, parades, marches and meetings amid the relentless propaganda of Goebbels and the omnipresent swastika.
Bureaucrats, industrialists, even intellectual and literary figures, including Gerhart Hauptmann, world renowned dramatist, were coming out in open support of Hitler. To save this level, you'll have to create an account, congrats! This law would hand over the constitutional functions of the Reichstag to Hitler, including the power to make laws, control the budget and approve treaties with foreign governments. This was the very beginning of the Nazi concentration camp system. Once inside, prisoners were subjected to military style drills and harsh discipline. Many were little more than barbed-wire stockades know as 'wild' concentration camps, set up by local Gauleiters and SA leaders. The Triumph of Hitler, the pre-war years of Nazi Germany.
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