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  1. On 27 February 1933, as the campaign moved into its final, frantic days, the Reichstag, the German Parliament building, was set on fire and burnt down. An atmosphere of panic and terror followed the event.

    This continued when a young Dutch communist, Van der Lubbe was arrested for the crime.

    The Nazi Party used the atmosphere of panic to their advantage, encouraging anti-communism. Göring declared that the communists had planned a national uprising to overthrow the Weimar Republic. This hysteria helped to turn the public against the communists, one of the Nazis main opponents, and 4000 people were imprisoned.

  2. You guys, to beat the heat just stay inside the house until the temperature goes down in the afternoon. There.

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