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1 Adolf Hitler sentenced today

2 Political manoeuvring between von Schleicher and von Papen Hitlers leadership skills The Depression The weaknesses of the Weimar government WHY DID HITLER BECOME CHANCELLOR IN 1933? Nazi tactics Starter Chose 5 colours and colour each heading in a separate colour

3 Public meetings Propaganda managed by Goebbels Party organisation, e.g. training in public speaking Focus on farmers and middle class Use of technology, e.g. radio, aircraft Ditched unsuccessful policies, e.g. nationalising industry, and kept others vague Powerful speaker, e.g. report by British Foreign Office in 1930s talks of astonishing sway Decisive leader Poster campaigns, rallies, etc. built him up Unemployment for factory workers (40%), young people (50%) Homelessness Breakdown of law and order in some areas SA disrupted opposition activities Unpopular policies, e.g. cut benefits, raised taxes Rule by President – hostile to Weimar Extremism – rise of Communists helped Nazis Von Papen agreed to work with Hitler to keep out von Schleicher Von Papen and Hindenburg underestimated Hitler and thought they could control him Refused to co-operate with von Papen unless he was made Chancellor Political manoeuvring between von Schleicher and von Papen Hitlers leadership skills The Depression The weaknesses of the Weimar government WHY DID HITLER BECOME CHANCELLOR IN 1933? Nazi tactics

4 Public meetings Propaganda managed by Goebbels Party organisation, e.g. training in public speaking Focus on farmers and middle class Use of technology, e.g. radio, aircraft Ditched unsuccessful policies, e.g. nationalising industry, and kept others vague Powerful speaker, e.g. report by British Foreign Office in 1930s talks of astonishing sway Decisive leader Poster campaigns, rallies, etc. built him up Unemployment for factory workers (40%), young people (50%) Homelessness Breakdown of law and order in some areas SA disrupted opposition activities Unpopular policies e.g. cut benefit, raised taxes Rule by President – hostile to Weimar Extremism – rise of Communists helped Nazis Von Papen agreed to work with Hitler to keep out von Schleicher Von Papen and Hindenburg underestimated Hitler and thought they could control him Refused to co-operate with von Papen unless he was made Chancellor Political manoeuvring between von Schleicher and von Papen Hitlers leadership skills The Depression WHY DID HITLER BECOME CHANCELLOR IN 1933? Nazi tactics The weaknesses of the Weimar government

5 Learning Objective To be able to explain how Hitler became Chancellor of Germany in 1933 Hitler becomes Chancellor of Germany Learning Outcome A TV news broadcast!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

6 Germany has another new Chancellor

7 News from around the world – Hitler becomes Chancellor Every week in the 1920s and 1930s, often twice a week, most people went to the cinema. There was no radio or TV then so news reports were part of the cinema programme. There was usually a round up of world news which covered a lot of news in outline. Your task is to write a 90-second news item for British audiences. The big news is Hitler becoming Chancellor of Germany. Dont forget you can also use still images. You can either: Make your report using short title cards inserted into the film clip like this. This style was actually out of date by the 1930s.HITLER BECOMES CHANCELLOR OF GERMANY…OR Write a script to be recorded – this was the normal procedure in the 1930s. You could even have a roving reporter, interviewing people or an expert analyser. You should comment on at least some of these points: The Nazis in the 1920s (e.g. failure of Putsch, fringe party for most of 1920s) How the Depression changed life in Germany Failures of the Weimar government Nazi campaigning The final deal which brought Hitler to power.

8 News from around the world – Hitler a sentenced to jail Every week in the 1920s and 1930s, often twice a week, most people went to the cinema. There was no radio or TV then so news reports were part of the cinema programme. There was usually a round up of world news which covered a lot of news in outline. Your task is to write a 90-second news item for British audiences. The big news is Hitler being sentenced following the Munich Putsch. Dont forget that the British audience would have had no idea who Hilter or the Nazi Party were or what they stood for. You will also need to provide a contextual overview. What has been happening in Germany in recent years. You could even have a roving reporter on location, interviewing people or an expert analyser. You may even wish to film a recreation. You should comment on at least some of these points: The German hatred of the Treaty of Versailles. Failure to repay France and the invasion of the Ruhr. Hyperinflation. Similar uprisings from the lefts and right wing. How Hitler has used the trial to showcase his party and ideas and turned it into a publicity stunt.. News from around the world – Hitler a sentenced to jail Every week in the 1920s and 1930s, often twice a week, most people went to the cinema. There was no radio or TV then so news reports were part of the cinema programme. There was usually a round up of world news which covered a lot of news in outline. Your task is to write a 90-second news item for British audiences. The big news is Hitler being sentenced following the Munich Putsch. Dont forget that the British audience would have had no idea who Hilter or the Nazi Party were or what they stood for. You will also need to provide a contextual overview. What has been happening in Germany in recent years. You could even have a roving reporter on location, interviewing people or an expert analyser. You may even wish to film a recreation. You should comment on at least some of these points: The German hatred of the Treaty of Versailles. Failure to repay France and the invasion of the Ruhr. Hyperinflation. Similar uprisings from the lefts and right wing. How Hitler has used the trial to showcase his party and ideas and turned it into a publicity stunt..

9 An American cartoon from early 1933 with the caption Not the most comfortable seat Provenance What can you see? What is the message and why would the Americans have thought that? Provenance What can you see? What is the message and why would the Americans have thought that? Provenance What can you see? What is the message and why would the Americans have thought that?


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