M. Porter, Senior Executive, Master of Art, San Jose
Answered Apr 16, 2020
The correct answer to this question is President Paul von Hindenburg. This appointment came on January 30, 1933. It came after a number of early elections and secret meetings. Ultimately, Hitler was going to become the leader either way. This is because of The Enabling Act. This Act ensured that Hitler was able to use his power as a dictatorship, no matter what.
President Paul von Hindenburg was the President of Germany from 1925 until he died in 1934. The Nazi Machtergreifung party was the party both of these men were associated with and after much pressure, Hindenburg appointed Hitler.