"I am voting for Adolf Hitler because I know exactly who he is and am firmly convinced that he is the only one who can and will snatch Germany back from the brink of disaster and ruin."
Fritz Thyssen is politically conservative, an ardent German nationalist, and one of the most powerful industrialists in Weimar Germany. After being invited attend an Adolf Hitler speech by General Erich Ludendorff, Thyssen starts donating large amounts of money to the Nazi Party in order to help fund the Nazi cause.
He will be a key voice in getting a group of German industrial and corporate leaders to donate 3 million Reichsmarks to the Nazi Party for the 1933 elections, funds which surely helps them achieve victory and thus also their eventual dictatorship.
Fritz Thyssen doesn't approve of the disorder created by the violence of the SA, but he'll be very happy with the forcible suppression of the communists, the Social Democrats, and all trade unions. He's also comfortable with the exclusion of Jews from ever facet of public life in Nazi Germany, even dismissing all his own Jewish employees.