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RISE OF NAZISM
ESSENTIAL QUESTION What made Germans unhappy after WW I?
REPARATIONS Germany had to make payments to winners of World War I?
MEGAINFLATION German gov. printed too much money, led to extreme rise in prices.
ALSACE-LORRAINE Germany lost territory to France.
ESSENTIAL QUESTION Who were the Nazis?
NAZISM Racist and Fascist government of Germany. Led by Hitler
BROWN SHIRTS Hitler’s gang. Would intimidate political opponents.
BEER HALL PUTSCH Brown Shirts stage failed revolution. Hitler arrested and jailed.
ESSENTIAL QUESTION What did Hitler do while locked up?
MEIN KAMPF Hitler’s book – his plan to take over the world.
MASTER RACE Belief that Germans are best people in world.
‘LIVING SPACE’ Desire for Germany to conquer new territory.
HITLER YOUTH Young Germans taught to be Nazis. Children expected to tell on parents.
FINAL SOLUTION Kill all Jews, disabled, gays, Roma (gypsies). Hitler blamed them for defeat in WWI.
ESSENTIAL QUESTION How did Hitler gain power?
CHANCELLOR Hitler’s party wins enough votes to gain control of army and police.
REICHSTAG Hitler orders lawmaking building burned down.
THIRD REICH Hitler’s new name for Germany.
DER FUHRER German for The Leader. Hitler expected people to call him this.
ESSENTIAL QUESTION What was the Nazi plan for the Final Solution?
STAR OF DAVID What Jews were forced to wear for identification.
GHETTOS All Jews expected to live in same neighborhood.
CONCENTRATION CAMPS Where the ‘undesirables’ were sent to die.
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Lacked a labour force because about 1,700,000 German men had died in WW1. Short of raw materials that were needed to rebuild because: Loss of.
1920s to 1930s Rise of the Dictators. France’s postwar WW1 problems Europe’s agriculture and industry destroyed. High prices throughout the region. France.
Germany & Fascism. Weimar Republic Parliamentary gov’t Men & women could vote Weak due to so many political parties Blamed for Treaty of Versailles Not.
Fascist Dictatorships in Italy and Germany
Discussion What do you know about Adolf Hitler and Nazism?
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One of the first recruits to the National Socialist Workers party, or Nazi party was Adolf Hitler.
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