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Lesson 3 – Nazi Control Essential Question How was repression used to exert control in Nazi Germany? Learning Outcomes - Students will: ◦ Preview – “I.

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1 Lesson 3 – Nazi Control Essential Question How was repression used to exert control in Nazi Germany? Learning Outcomes - Students will: ◦ Preview – “I don’t want to go to school” ◦ Learn about the organization and power of the SS ◦ Analyze primary and secondary sources to answer activity questions Success Criteria I can analyze primary and secondary sources to explain how the Nazi Police force was used to exert control

2 Preview Do you have days when you don’t want to come to school? If you don’t want to come to school, why do you? ◦ Ex. “My mom will kill me if I don’t” is one reason ◦ Anymore? Is that really the only reason? Do you think people had similar reasons for supporting Nazi Germany?

3 Vocab SA SS Gestapo Himmler Heydrich SD Reich Main Security Department (RHSA) Waffen-SS Concentration Camps Sterilization Success Criteria I can analyze primary and secondary sources to explain how the Nazi Police force was used to exert control

4 Nazi Police Organization As discussed during the Polycratic theory, the police were organized in chaotic fashion Things to remember i.After the Night of the Long Knives, the SA remained as a visible force against opponents, but not as powerful ii.The SS was the main terror instrument; headed by Himmler iii.Gestapo (Prussian secret police) came under the control of the SS and became the most important security agent of the state iv.The SD or Security Police was an intelligence service; elite force headed by Heydrich v.The RHSA was created in 1939 to bring together all of these state security organizations

5 How did the SS become so Powerful? One message that is conveyed by this source is ????? because the source shows ?????

6 How did the SS become so Powerful? SS or Blackshirts were originally Hitler’s personal bodyguard ◦ 1929 – 280 members ◦ 1939 – 240,000 members Emerged as the chief police arm after the Emergency Power Decree ◦ 1933~39 – 225,000 convicted and imprisoned for political crimes ◦ 1939 – 162,000 were in ‘protective custody’ without trial Controlled the Holocaust ◦ Ran the concentration camps ◦ Executed Jews, mentally ill and other undesirables Ran the Wafen-SS (military organization) which rivaled the Wehrmacht

7 Was the Gestapo the All-Powerful Agent of a Terror State? With your partner, answer the 3 activity questions on the worksheet provided (Pg. 4~5) Answers these questions as well using EE ◦ How did the Nazi’s control the population? ◦ Was the Gestapo the All- Powerful Agent of a Terror State? Success Criteria I can analyze primary and secondary sources to explain how the Nazi Police force was used to exert control

8 Wrap Up Can we answer our question? With your partner, discuss possible answers What is the difference between the SS and Gestapo? What types of repression were used by the Nazi police force? Was force the only way Nazi Germany was able to control its citizens? How was repression used to exert control in Nazi Germany?


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