4. The Nazi government regulated wages, working hours, housing, and the production of goods.
Hitler’s secret police, the Gestapo, arrested Jews and other opponents of the government by the thousands.
Others were sent to concentration camps, large prison camps where political prisons or refugees were confined.
http://www.spectacle.org/695/pictures/deport.gif http://www.remember.org/educate/aimg0016.html More than one million Poles were deported to forced labor camps in Nazi Germany. There are no books, nor data showing the number of people who were murdered in those camps.
http://www.earthstation1.com/HolocaustFiles/Sounds/Murrow_on _Buchenwald.ram The accounts of the tragedy of the Holocaust are disturbing.
Assured of absolute power, Hitler took the title of der Furer, “the Leader” and called his government the Third Reich.
Hitler ignored the provisions of the Versailles Treaty, which limited the size of the German army, and ordered German factories to begin turning out guns, ammunition, airplanes, tanks, and other weapons.
Hitler made no secret of his ambitions to expand Germany’s territory: “Today Germany; tomorrow, the world!”