The main events in Hitler's political career from 1928 to 1922 was when Hitler was blinded by gas on the 14th October 1918 plenty of events that occurred which meant that Hitler became a key figure in extremist politics. This was an important time for Hitler as it was he first got involved in extremist politics; it was also the time when Germany was in an awful state.
It was when the treaty of Versailles was being signed. It was then that communism was first occurring In Germany and it was then that people were trying to take over the government.
In conclusion, many elements contributed to Adolf Hitler becoming Chancellor in 1933, the most important being Nazi policies, the oppositions failure to co-operate and the effects of the Treaty of Versailles on Germany. All of the factors increased support for him and made him a popular politician, which enabled him to be in the position to be invited into power in 1933. The day of 30th January was simply pure luck for Hitler and is not important in understanding why he came into power, as if it would not have been then it would have been soon after. Hindenburg’s underestimation of Hitler was basically the spark that allowed Hitler to come to power, much like the assassination of Arch Duke Franz Ferdinand was the spark that engineered the 1st World War. If it would not have been these actions it would have been another. Overall Hitler’s intelligence and the weaknesses of the opposition allowed him to become Chancellor in 1933.