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Adolf Hitler's cabinet when appointed Chancellor on January 30, 1933 was the following:

Cabinet of Adolf Hitler
Title Name
Head of State and Government
   Reichspräsident:       Paul von Hindenburg   
   Reichskanzler:       Adolf Hitler (NSDAP)   
   Vice Chancellor:       Franz von Papen   
Ministers
   Minister of Foreign Affairs:       Konstantin Freiherr von Neurath   
   Minister of the Interior:       Wilhelm Frick (NSDAP)   
   Minister of Finance:       Lutz Graf Schwerin von Krosigk   
   Minister of Economics and Food:       Alfred Hugenberg (DNVP)   

The following changes were made in the following years:

  • March 1933: Joseph Göbbels enters the cabinet as Minister of Propaganda.
  • April 1933: Franz Seldte becomes a member of the NSDAP; Göring takes a portfolio as Minister of Aviation.
  • June 1933: Kurt Schmitt succeeds Hugenberg as Minister of Economics. Richard Walther Darré succeeds Hugenberg as Minister of Food.
  • December 1933: Ernst Röhm and Rudolf Hess enter the Cabinet as Ministers without Portfolio.
  • May 1934: Bernhard Rust enters the Cabinet as Minister of Science and Education.
  • June 1934: Hanns Kerrl enters the Cabinet as Minister without Portfolio. Röhm, Minister without Portfolio, is murdered.
  • July 1934: Göring takes another portfolio as Minister of Forestry.
  • August 1934: Franz von Papen resigns as Vice-Chancellor. He is not replaced. Hjalmar Schacht succeeds Schmitt as Minister of Economics.
  • December 1934: Hans Frank enters the Cabinet as Minister without Portfolio.
  • March 1935: Göring takes yet another portfolio as Commander-in-Chief of the Luftwaffe.
  • May 1935: The title of Minister of Defence is replaced by that of Minister of War. Blomberg retains the office.
  • July 1935: Hanns Kerrl takes a portfolio as Minister of Ecclesiastical Affairs.
  • April 1936: Werner von Fritsch enters the Cabinet as Commander-in-Chief of the Army. Erich Raeder enters the cabinet as Commander in Chief of the Navy.
  • February 1937: Wilhelm Ohnesorge succeeds Eltz as Minister of Posts. Julius Dorpmüller succeeds Eltz as Minister of Transport.
  • November 1937: Hermann Göring succeeds Schacht as Minister of Economics. Schacht becomes Minister without Portfolio
  • December 1937: Otto Meissner enters the Cabinet as Minister of State and Head of the Chancellery.
  • January 1938: Walter Funk succeeds Göring as Minister of Economics.
  • February 1938: Joachim von Ribbentrop replaces Neurath as Minister of Foreign Affairs. Neurath becomes Minister without Portfolio. Blomberg resigns as Minister of War and his office is abolished. His role is taken by General Wilhelm Keitel as Director of the OKW. Walther von Brauchitsch succeeds Fritsch as Commander-in-Chief of the Army.
  • May 1939: Arthur Seyss-Inquart enters the Cabinet as Minister without Portfolio.
  • March 1940: Fritz Todt becomes Minister of Armaments and Ammunition.
  • January 1941: Franz Schlegelberger succeeds Gürtner as Minister of Justice.
  • May 1941: Rudolf Hess is suspended from the Cabinet.

The cabinet as of May 21, 1941 is the following:

Cabinet of Adolf Hitler
Title Name
Head of State and Government
   Führer und Reichskanzler:       Adolf Hitler   
Ministers
   Minister of Foreign Affairs:       Joachim von Ribbentrop   
   Minister of the Interior:       Wilhelm Frick   
   Minister of Propaganda:       Joseph Göbbels   
   Minister of Economics:       Walter Funk   
Military High Command
   Head of the OKW:       Generaloberst Wilhelm Keitel   
   Commander-in-Chief of the OKH:       Generaloberst Walther v. Brauchitsch   
   Commander-in-Chief of the Kriegsmarine:       Generaladmiral Erich Raeder   
   Commander-in-Chief of the Luftwaffe:       Feldmarschall Hermann Göring   

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