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The Rise and Rule of Single Party States.  DOB: April 20 th, 1889  Born in the city of Braunau, Austria.  Hitler lost his mother and father during.

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1 The Rise and Rule of Single Party States

2  DOB: April 20 th, 1889  Born in the city of Braunau, Austria.  Hitler lost his mother and father during his teenage years and dropped out of high school at age 16.

3  Moving to Vienna  Art School  The Effects of Vienna on Hitler  Hitler developed a dislike for many things in Vienna.

4  Joining the ranks  Dispatch Runner  Corporal Hitler  A sense of belonging  The moral letdown

5  Moving to Munich  The German Workers’ Party (Deutsche Arbeiterpartei)  The National Socialist German Workers’ Party  Nazis  Goals

6  Benito Mussolini  January 1923  The Ruhr Crisis  The Reichswehr  General Erich Ludendorff

7  The Brownshirts  The Beer Hall Putsch  Hitler’s Trial  Mein Kampf  Hitler gains popularity

8  Hitler’s popularity fades  The Dawes Plan  The Economy turns  The Great Depression

9  The Geneva Naval Conference (1927)  Calvin Coolidge  Results  The London Naval Conference (1930)  The London Naval Treaty  Results

10  6 million unemployed  Factories ceased production  Foreign loans stopped or recalled.  searching for new answers

11  Problems  Democracy?  Hitler’s use of propaganda  The Treaty of Versailles  National Humiliation

12  The Weimar Republic  A man of action!  Unearned incomes, unfair taxes, trusts, chain stores, and high interest rates.  The lowest common denominator.

13  1928: 12 seats went to the Nazis  1930: 107 seats  1932: 230 seats  Making Hitler the Chancellor

14  President Hindenburg  January 30, 1933  Shared Power?  The Reichstag Building  Who to blame?

15  freedom of speech and press  The Brownshirts  Dictatorial powers  The Nazi Revolution

16  Germany ceased to be Federal  All other parties were destroyed  Purging the Brownshirts  June 1934

17  The Third Reich  Der Führer  Hitler’s view of Jews  Racial Science  The Nuremberg Laws  Dachau

18  November 9, 1938  Kristallnacht  What “provoked” the incident?  Closed doors

19  The Gestapo  The People’s Court

20  Geneva  Self Interests  Depression  Germany leaves the LON  The role of the Soviets  LON still dealing with the Manchurian Incident

21  Luftwaffe  Soviet Reaction to Hitler  Poland  German-Polish Non-Aggression Pact  Conscription  The Soviets join the League  Franco-Soviet Pact

22  Austrian Nazis  Engelbert Dollfuss  Reaction of the Western powers  Mussolini’s reaction  Preventing the Anschluss

23  January 1935  The league of Nations  Nazi Agitation  Reunification

24  March 1935  Disarmament  The Response  100,000 to 600,000

25  March 7, 1936  The Franco-Soviet Pact  Weaknesses in the German Army  The response of France  The response of Great Britain  Going to war?

26  Mussolini’s decision (1936)  The Earth’s Axis

27  March 1938  Austrian Chancellor Kurt von Schuschnigg  Vote on it?  The Anschluss  Nazi Propaganda

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29  Czechoslovakia  The Sudetenland  Britain and France  Hitler’s Demands  Neville Chamberlain  Eduard Daladier

30  Munich  Four Powers  Soviet Union?  Czechoslovakia?  Loss of strategic territory  “peace in our time”

31  Not to be out done, Mussolini took over Albania in April 1939.

32  Rearmament by Germany  French Response  British Response  defensive strategies

33  The Maginot Line  The West Wall  Mobilizing the Economy

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35  Financing Rearmament  Hjalmar Schacht  British Blockade  Hitler’s 4 Year Plan  Where did the money come from?  million in the army.

36  Germany?  France?  Britain?

37  Memel  Danzig  Poland  Anglo-French Guarantee  The Anti-Commintern Pact

38  The Nazi-Soviet Pact  V.M. Molotov  Joachim Ribbentrop


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