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Göbbels, currently a propagandist for the Nazis, became disgruntled at Himmler's leadership. He believed that the socialism part was more important than the national part of National Socialism. Also annoyed that the Nazis had such little control, he decided he had to stop Himmler.
In late December of 1931, after one of his speeches, Himmler dies in a mysterious car 'accident', mimicking Adolf Hitler's death. After a few skirmishes, Joseph Göbbels assumes control of the Nazi Party.
In a speech shortly afterwards, Göbbels tells his "brothers on the left" that they must unite against the threat of the capitalists and the DUS. The Nazis are demanding full control of the country. The Weimar government notices this and begins to get worried. What should Paul von Hindenburg do?