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How Did Hitler And The Nazis Control Germany?

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The Enabling Act (23 ...

The Enabling Act (23
March 1933) made Hitler
the all-powerful ‘Fuhrer’
(leader) of
Germany. The Law
against the Formation of
Parties (14 July 1933)
declared the Nazi Party
the only political party in
Germany. It was an
offence to belong to
another Party. All other
parties were banned,
and their leaders were
put in prison.
“If you stay in your
political party the
Nazis will put you in
prison. They have
total control of the
state (country

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