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  • Germany
    Monday Jan 30, 1933

    Adolf Hitler

    New Cabinet

    Germany
    Monday Jan 30, 1933

    On 30 January 1933, the new cabinet was sworn in during a brief ceremony in Hindenburg's office. The NSDAP gained three posts: Hitler was named chancellor, Wilhelm Frick Minister of the Interior, and Hermann Göring Minister of the Interior for Prussia.




  • Germany
    Monday Jan 30, 1933

    World War II

    Hitler became the Chancellor

    Germany
    Monday Jan 30, 1933

    Adolf Hitler, after an unsuccessful attempt to overthrow German government in 1923, he became the Chancellor in 30 January 1933.




  • Berlin, Germany
    Monday Jan 30, 1933

    Joseph Goebbels

    Hindenburg appointed Hitler as Reich chancellor

    Berlin, Germany
    Monday Jan 30, 1933

    Support for the party continued to grow, but neither of these elections led to a majority government. In an effort to stabilize the country and improve economic conditions, Hindenburg appointed Hitler as Reich chancellor on 30 January 1933. Goebbels was disappointed not to be given a post in Hitler's new cabinet. Bernhard Rust was appointed as Minister of Culture, the post that Goebbels was expecting to receive. Like other NSDAP officials, Goebbels had to deal with Hitler's leadership style of giving contradictory orders to his subordinates, while placing them into positions where their duties and responsibilities overlapped.




  • Berlin, Germany
    Monday Jan 30, 1939

    Joseph Goebbels

    Goebbels continued his intensive antisemitic

    Berlin, Germany
    Monday Jan 30, 1939

    Goebbels continued his intensive antisemitic propaganda campaign that culminated in Hitler's 30 January 1939 Reichstag speech.




  • Germany
    Saturday Jan 30, 1943

    Joseph Goebbels

    Goebbels believed he had the support of the German people in his call for total war

    Germany
    Saturday Jan 30, 1943

    After receiving an enthusiastic response to his speech of 30 January 1943 on the topic, Goebbels believed he had the support of the German people in his call for total war.




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