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1 GCSE History Revision Activities Germany Use your notes and textbooks to complete these revision mind maps. Test yourself using these by covering over a section then trying to recall all of the key facts and details. Use these to help you in practising answers to questions from past exam papers

2 What problems faced the Weimar Republic between 1918–23? The November Criminals Positive features Weaknesses Political Violence The Treaty of Versailles The Weimar Constitution Invasion of the Ruhr Kapp Putsch The Spartacists Hyperinflation Terms LAMB Effects Munich Putsch 2

3 How successful was the recovery of the Weimar Republic under Stresemann 1924–29 Locarno Pact Stresemann’s role Dawes Plan Dealing with hyperinflation The League of Nations Young Plan Kellogg Briand Pact Underlying problems 3

4 How did the Great Depression affect Germany 1929–33? The rise of political extremists Wall Street Crash The failure of the Weimar Politicians Unemployment Social effects Economic effects 4

5 How did Hitler develop the Nazi Party 1919–23? Reorganisation Hitler’s career before 1919 The aims of the Nazi Party The founding of the Nazi Party The role of the SA 25 Point plan First World War Hitler becomes leader 5

6 Why did the Munich Putsch fail and what happened to the Nazis in the lean years 1923–29? The SS Finances The Munich Putsch Why did Nazi support decline after 1923? Hitler reorganises the Nazi Party Mein Kampf Causes Events Goebbels and propaganda Hitler on trial Changing organisation 6

7 How did Hitler come to power in January 1933? The Wall Street Crash and Great Depression Von Schleicher Von Papen Hitler’s Appeal Who supported the Nazis and why? Key Events Nazi Propaganda Middle Classes Bruning’s government The SA and increased violence Unemployed Farmers President Hindenburg 7

8 How did Hitler and the Nazis remove opposition in Germany ? The Enabling Act Events Consequences Banning of political parties The Night of the Long Knives The Reichstag Fire The death of President Hindenburg Effects Munich Putsch Banning of Trade Unions Events 8 Army oath of loyalty

9 How did the Nazis control the German people? The Catholic Church Protestant Church Police and the courts Nazi use of propaganda The Gestapo Controlling the churches Nazi use of fear Goebbels and the Ministry of Propaganda Censorship Heinrich Himmler Concentration camps The SS Control of the media, culture, sports and arts 9

10 What were the Nazis’ policies to control women and the young? Why the Nazis wanted to control young people Women Nazi education in schools Nazis and the family Controlling the youth Education for girls Women and work Hitler Youth movements Nazi education in universities Expectations for women 10

11 How did the Nazis deal with Germany’s economic problems? Labour Service & public works Wages Rearming Germany Did the Nazis improve the standard of living for German workers? How did the Nazis reduce unemployment? What was Strength Through Joy? The New Plan 11 Changing standards of living

12 Who opposed the Nazis and how successful were they? Pastor Niemoller The White Rose Group The Army Von Stauffenberg 12 The Edelweiss Pirates

13 How did the Nazis treat minority groups? Kristallnacht The Final Solution What were the Nazis’ beliefs about race The Nuremburg Laws Treatment of the disabled Master Race/ Aryans Destruction Through Work Anti Semitic policies “Inferior” races 13 Einsatzgruppen in WW2 Extermination Wannsee Conference

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