The Enabling Act (German: Ermächtigungsgesetz) was a 1933 Weimar
Constitution amendment that gave the German Cabinet – in effect, Chancellor
Adolf Hitler – the power to enact laws w...
The Enabling Act was passed on March 23<sup>rd</sup> 1933. The act was to have huge
consequences for the citizens of Nazi Germany. The formal title for the Enabling ...
Hitler's Enabling Act. On March 23, 1933, the newly elected members of the
German Parliament (the Reichstag) met in the Kroll Opera House in Berlin to ...
The "Enabling Act" (March 24, 1933). Hitler had decided to build his dictatorship
through a largely legal process. His next important step along that road was to ...
Mar 23, 2013 ... Eighty years ago, Germany's parliament passed the "Enabling Act." From that ...
On March 23, 1933, Adolf Hitler stepped inside the Kroll Opera ...
The Enabling Act of 23 March 1933. The political situation in the final stages of
the Weimar Republic was confusing and unstable. Changing cabinets and ...
Adolf Hitler - Official Speech on the Enabling Act to the Reichstag. Berlin, March
23, 1933. Ladies and Gentlemen of the German Reichstag! By agreement with ...
It gives emergency (aka dictatorial) powers to the leader, i.e. parliament is
bypassed. It was ... rights seems hard to understand today as the Nazi Party did
not hold a majority of the vote but "only" about 44 pct after the March 1933
23 Mar 1933. The Enabling Act. Enabling Act - the SA [SA : Also known as Storm
Troopers or Brownshirts. A military style organisation of the Nazi party formed in ...
Having failed to achieve an outright majority in the election of 5 March 1933,
Hitler proposed to the new Reichstag a new law that would give him the power