Ppt on nazism and hitler in germany

Notes on the Third reich The Third reich is probably the most popular and controversial field of historical study in the world.

any relation between Nazi electoral support and the figures in the handout and table 14.2 Questions Was Germany prepared for war in 1939? (p. 23) What classes gained most and least from the economic recovery? Was the Nazi government a front for German capitalism? The attraction of Hitler Albert Speer became a minister in Hitlers Government during the war. In his autobiography written in jail he describes how he became/


Fascism Rises in Europe Chapter 31, Section 3. Introduction After World War I, millions of people lost faith in democratic government. In response, they.

.” Ministers were required to sign an oath of allegiance. This was opposed in Germany by Deitrich Bonhoffer and the “confessing church.” The Boy Scouts was abolished in Germany. School children had to join Nazi organizations like the Hitler Youth. The Boy Scouts was abolished in Germany. School children had to join Nazi organizations like the Hitler Youth. Hitler Makes War on the Jews Hatred of Jews, anti-Semitism, was a/


Night by Elie Wiesel Background and Author Notes.

was a symbol of the Aryan Race The swastika has been associated with Nazism, fascism, racism (white supremacy), the Axis Powers in World War II, and the Holocaust. Despite its origins, the swastika has become so widely associated with Nazi Germany that contemporary uses frequently incite controversy. Aryan Race One of Hitlers goals was to create a "Master Race" which he called the Aryan Race/


1939~1945. Communism Joseph Stalin Nazism Adolf Hitler Fascism Benito Mussolini

Nazism Adolf Hitler Fascism Benito Mussolini http://www.infoukes.com/humour/if_i_did_it/images/joseph_stalin., http://www.spreekbeurten.info/hitler., http://ghostline.files.wordpress.com/2007/08/mussolini-image004 German Movement Rome-Berlin Pact Italian Movement http://www.earthharvest.org/fr/apologetics_chretien_de_bible/qui_es_dieu/8-2AstrologiqueNostradamusProphetie.htm What is it? Failure to act! Germany/Ending Neutrality “Cash and Carry” Tripartite /Avenging Pearl Harbor Germany’s Goals in the Soviet /


German Nazism. Last time we went over how Hitler gained power and some of the things that allowed him to consolidate power. This lesson is to examine.

at the growth of the German Communist movement, the great industrialists also supported Hitler. They saw the Nazi party as a shield against revolution. Party Growth In the summer of 1932, the number of Nazis in the Reichstag had swelled to 230 and the Nazis had become the largest political party in Germany. Party Program The Nazis called for: –German territorial expansion –Extreme nationalism –Racism –Anti/


Standard: SS6H6d Explain the impact of European empire building in Africa and Asia on the out break of World War I.

&productcode=US Rise of Nazism The democratic government in Germany after World War I (Weimar Republic) faced major problems A political party called the Nazi Party attracted the attention of dissatisfied Germans The Nazi Party’s leader, Adolf Hitler, described ideas to strengthen Germany Hitler also believed that Aryans (Germans) were the “master race”; he had racist feelings about Jews, Slavs, gypsies, and blacks The Nazi Party/


Unit 7: World War II and its Aftermath Chapter 16: World War Looms.

in Italy 1. Eventually became a totalitarian state 4. Nazis in Germany a. 1919- Hitler joined the National Socialist German Workers’ Party or Nazi Party 1. Eventually became a totalitarian state 4. Nazis in Germany a. 1919- Hitler joined the National Socialist German Workers’ Party or Nazi Party b. Beliefs of Nazism/to control inflation a. Office of Price Admin.- froze prices on most goods b. raised taxes and encouraged war bonds c. rationing- meat, shoes, sugar, coffee, gasoline 2. Economic Controls: /


15-3b Nazism and Adolf Hitler.

European countries fall to dictators ? Why did the movements of fascism and Nazism and leaders like Mussolini and Hitler come to power during the crisis in Europe? What emotions did Mussolini and Hitler stir up in their followers? Why did Hitler make children join Nazi youth groups? What is lebensraum? Complete the following Chart Totalitarian Regimes Country Russia Italy Germany Leader Ruling Party Methods of Control Segment of Society under control/


Adolf Hitler was born in the small town of Braunau in Austria on the 20 th April 1889 to a customs official and a former servant girl He came from a Middle.

how the Weimar Republic operated -Nazism supported totalitarianism because total power could be held in the hands of one person who ruled on behalf of the national interest Social policies -Nazism was based on nationalism and focused on restoring Germany’s national pride -Nazism promoted the idea that the German people were a superior ‘Master Race’ – Hitler labelled this race Aryan -Hitler established several anti-Jewish policies, included/


Fascism/ Nazism & Totalitarism

Loyalty to state and obedience to its leader  supreme rule One-party rule / dictator Denied individual rights Believed each class had its own place & function (hate Communists!) Nazism German brand of /Hitler - Germany Fascist Totalitarian Dictator Encouraged territorial expansion of Germany lost in the Treaty of Versailles. Wanted to strengthen industry and military. Hitler seemed to provide solutions to Germany’s problems. 1933: became Chancellor of Germany & eventually “der Fuhrer” Adolf Hitler - Germany/


The End of Ban: Germany 1945 By Ashot Manukyan. From One Moment to the Next Nazism vanished at once after the death of Hitler Hitler’s propaganda specialists.

of Ban: Germany 1945 By Ashot Manukyan From One Moment to the Next Nazism vanished at once after the death of Hitler Hitler’s propaganda specialists on “war beyond the war” The Regime’s leaders and functionaries Military defeat resulted to an end. Hitler Hitler thought of history as a kind of hall of fame His understanding of the nature of greatness Habit of thinking in absolutes (sharp/


Crisis and Conflict Chapter 4: Authoritarian Regimes — Case Study: Nazi Germany An Enquiry Approach to Modern World History Secondary 3.

World History Secondary 3 2 Crisis and Conflict: Nazi Germany Copyright 2007 Was the rise of Nazism in Germany inevitable? How was Hitler able to become the leader of Germany? What was the impact of Hitler’s rise to power on Germany? Factors which led to Hitler’s rise to power. Effects of Hitler’s rule. 3 Crisis and Conflict: Nazi Germany Copyright 2007 In a Nutshell  Prior to Hitler’s appointment as the Chancellor/


The Rise of Joseph Stalin  Stalin became a member of the Social Democratic party in 1901 and plunged full-time into revolutionary work, he helped organize.

, so he planned to conquer Europe, by force if necessary. Adolf Hitler & NazismGermany suffered greatly during the Depression. Hitler’s vibrant speeches convinced Germans that the Nazi Party could bring Germany back to its former glory. Adolf Hitler & NazismHitler quickly dismantled the German democratic Weimar Republic and put his plans of domination into effect. Francisco Franco In 1931, the monarchy of Spain decided to hold the first democratic/


Rise and Evolution of Communism in Russia / Soviet Union Read Pages 164 – 165 Write out the issue question for Chapter Five from page 166 What specific.

the 1930s as well as Hitler (Germany) who refines fascism into an ideology uniquely his (Nazism) Fascism Fascism in Germany (Nazism) Hitler’s desire was to rebuild Germany into an empire that would reclaim and increase its international power and influence Believed that it was the liberals, Jews, and Marxists who had undermined the German nation Nazism has a belief in the superiority of the Aryan race During Hitler’s time, the Nazis had/


Nazi Germany Adolf Hitler’s Rise to Power. Germany and the World.

– National Party Organization 1932 – 800,000 members; largest party in German Reichstag Hitler’s Promise to the German People A New Germany Return to greatness! National Pride & Honor Traditional Militarism The Power of Words; Hitler was a great orator “When the speech was over, there was roaring enthusiasm and applause.... —How many look up to him with touching faith as their helper, their saviour, their/


Nazism, Hitler, and the Holocaust Review Question 1-11 Test Review.

Nazism, Hitler, and the Holocaust Review Question 1-11 Test Review 1. Rise of Nazism The leader of the Nazi Party in Germany was Adolf Hitler. The leader of the Nazi Party in Germany was Adolf Hitler. On January 30, 1933, Hitler became chancellor of Germany. On January 30, 1933, Hitler became chancellor of Germany. President Paul Von Hindenburg names Adolf Hitler chancellor. President Paul Von Hindenburg names Adolf Hitler chancellor.HindenburgAdolf HitlerHindenburgAdolf Hitler After the death of/


World War II The Greatest Generation. Prelude to Global War “We shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in the.

, we shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills; we shall never surrender.”--Winston Churchill Overview By the 1930s, Italy had fallen to fascism, Germany to Nazism, and Imperial Japan was looking/ “The Country is nothing without Conquest” Oct. 1935--Invaded Ethiopia Oct. 1935--Invaded Ethiopia Germany and Nazism Germany and Nazism Adolf HitlerAdolf Hitler Discontented Austrian Painter Discontented Austrian Painter 1919 Joined the National Socialist German Worker’s Party or/


The Rise of Hitler and Nazism 31 March. Essential Question Why did democracy fail in Germany?

of Hitler and Nazism 31 March Essential Question Why did democracy fail in Germany? Post-War Germany Generations: kings and emperors ruled Germany Unification of Germany: 1871 End of WWI: end of absolute rulers Democratic government: 1919 Weimar Republic (Weimar, Germany) Weimar Republic No strong democratic tradition Many political parties Major AND minor Germans blame Weimar government for war defeat and humiliation Not the wartime leaders Weimar Government Weimar and Economics Germany didn’t/


Between the Wars Chapters 17 & 18.

, 800,000 strong & largest party in Reichstag, or German parliament Germany has over 6 million unemployed Hitler promises new jobs, a new way of life, and a new Germany Rise of Nazism Cont’d Victory of Nazism Extremist parties gained support, put pressure on gov’t By 1930, the Nazi party was ruling Germany through President Paul von Hindenburg 1933 – Hindenburg steps aside and Hitler becomes chancellor of a new/


1.. Ideological Tensions The Nazis tended to see Christianity as tainted by Judaism – a product of Jewish culture Hitler is quoted in 1933 as promising.

XI issued a public letter or encyclical called ‘Mit Brenneder Sorge’ in which he condemned Nazi paganism, condemned the lack of human rights in Germany, condemned the absence of ‘law’, condemned the Nazis racial policies and describe Hitler as ‘arrogant and dangerous’. Hitler’s Response Hitler told catholic Germans to make a choice between their religion or Nazism He handed ‘religious affairs’ to the SS to monitor – persecution, harassment/


Fascism/ Nazism & Totalitarism. Fascism Extreme Militarism Loyalty to state and obedience to its leader. Extreme Nationalism 2.

Fascism Extreme Militarism Loyalty to state and obedience to its leader. Extreme Nationalism 2 Nazism German brand of fascism. National Socialist German Workers’ Party (/strict military discipline. 6 Adolf Hitler Fascist Totalitarian Dictator Encouraged territorial expansion of Germany lost in the Treaty of Versailles. Wanted to strengthen industry and military. Hitler seemed to provide solutions to Germany’s problems. 1933: became Chancellor of Germany. 7 Adolf Hitler Fascist Totalitarian Dictator NAZI: /


Outbreak of WWII Objectives:

who opposed were eliminated, including 8-10 million peasants. HitlerGermanyNazism (National Socialist German Workers’ Party) Many felt Germany was being punished by the Treaty of Versailles with economic and political chaos. The Nazi Party was strongly anti-communist and nationalistic. In November of 1923 the Nazi Party tried to seize power in Munich, Germany. The plan failed and Hitler was arrested. He wrote a book denouncing the Jews as/


Concentration Camps Info for Slides. Essential Questions? What is a “state of emergency?” How are emergency powers used and abused? What is administrative.

1944) - leader of the Communist Party of Germany (KPD) during the Weimar Republic. Arrested in 1933 and held in solitary confinement for 11 years, before being shot on Hitlers orders. Dietrich Bonhoeffer Dietrich Bonhoeffer (4 February 1906 – 9 April 1945) Lutheran pastor, theologian, martyr. Participant in the German resistance movement against Nazism and a founding member of the Confessing Church. Involved in plans by members of the Abwehr (German/


Unit Plan World War II Ian Kennedy. Analyze Learners  This unit is aimed at children in eleventh grade according to West Virginia standards. This is.

: Today, class will meet in the Computer Lab to search about Hitler and Mussolini. I want the class to realize Hitler’s nazi socialist beliefs and anti-Semitic ways and Mussolini’s belief in fascist rule. Not only will they go to the biography.com sites they will go to the “Nazi Germany, c.1930-39: Hitler, Nazism and Nazis Beliefs” site and the slideshow site about Hitler, Mussolini and Stalin. As long as/


Age of Anxiety: 1920’s: Consequences of World War I and Versailles 1930’s: Great Depression and aftermath; WWII begins.

to state Beer Hall Putsch Hitler and General Ludendorff attempt coup against the government in beer hall in Munich Hitler and General Ludendorff attempt coup against the government in beer hall in Munich Unsuccessful, 16 killed nazis killed, Hitler and Ludendorff arrested. Unsuccessful, 16 killed nazis killed, Hitler and Ludendorff arrested. General acquitted, Hitler used trial as a podium to preach Nazism: condemned republic, Versailles treaty, Jews General acquitted, Hitler used trial as a podium/


The Rise of Hitler World History Mrs. Sadler World History Mrs. Sadler.

. Characteristics include: G Strong military G Censorship G Use of terror and violence G Rule by dictator G Strict discipline G State control of the economy Rise of Nazism in Germany G The new Democratic government, known as the Weimer Republic, seemed incapable/content was strictly controlled Radio All stations under state control. Cheap mass produced radios sold. Sets installed in cafes and factories. All Hitlers speeches broadcast. Joseph Goebbels The Use of Terror G The SS (Brown shirts) G an elite /


Guided Reading Activity Answer Guide AGGRESSION LEADS TO WAR: THE ONSET OF WORLD WAR II IN EUROPE.

’S ITALY NAZISM Nazism was a form of fascism which took hold in Germany during the early 1930s. Led by Adolf Hitler, German’s National Socialist Party planned to re-militarize the nation, conquer foreign lands, and subjugate groups of people they considered inferior – including Slavs, Poles, Gypsies, and especially Jewish people, who they blamed for all the political and economic troubles of Germany. RACISM AND ANTI-SEMITISM IN NAZI GERMANY One/


The Rise of Dictators and World War II Main Idea – The rise of dictators in Europe and Asia helped lead to World War II..

life led by a single leader and party not interested in individual freedom (civil liberties) used modern technology and propaganda Who were these dictators? - Adolf Hitler, Germany -Josef Stalin, U.S.S.R. -Benito Mussolini, Italy -Francisco Franco, Spain -Tojo and Other Militarists, Japan What made them dictators? - Authoritarian Rule -Nationalism -Expansion -Totalitarian Government What made them different? -Communism -Fascism -Nazism -Japanese Militarists Why did people support/


1 Crisis and Conflict: Nazi Germany Copyright 2007 Economic Impact Economic Impact Social Impact Social Impact Political Impact Political Impact Did Hitler’s.

Crisis and Conflict: Nazi Germany Copyright 2007 “Adolf Hitlers youth attends community schools” 50 Crisis and Conflict: Nazi Germany Copyright 2007 51 Crisis and Conflict: Nazi Germany Copyright 2007 Nazi-controlled education system: The Nazis had total control over the subjects and textbooks. The main objective of education was to teach Nazi ideas and to instill in all young Germans a sense of loyalty to Nazism. 52 Crisis and Conflict: Nazi Germany Copyright/


Age of Anxiety: 1920’s: Consequences of World War I and Versailles 1930’s: Great Depression and aftermath; WWII begins.

, Nazi sympathizers Bavarian government ensured Hitler not punished severely. Hitler used trial as a podium to preach Nazism: condemned republic, Versailles treaty, Jews and communists General acquitted, Nazi sympathizers Bavarian government ensured Hitler not punished severely. Hitler used trial as a podium to preach Nazism: condemned republic, Versailles treaty, Jews and communists Hitler convicted: sentenced to five years, served only a few months in jail Hitler convicted: sentenced to five years/


SS6H7 The student will explain conflict and change in Europe to the 21 st century (SS6H7b) Brainpop.

. Hirohito ruled Japan National Socialists, or Nazis Political party with Hitler in charge Grew in power and started an army Soldiers, called storm troopers Attacked Jewish people and others opposed to Hitler Put prisoners into terrible prisons called concentration camps. Nazis in Control 1933 took control of German government Hitler ruled as a dictator, an all-powerful ruler. Rebuilt Germany’s economy by preparing for another war. Built tanks/


The Rise of Extremism and the Collapse of Weimar democracy HI290- History of Germany.

Nazism cannot be called an ideology at all: it lacks coherence & is intellectually superficial and simplistic. Most of the ideas key to National Socialism were present in Germany in the 19 th century. That is not to say that Nazism/ of Heinrich Hoffmann and Josef Berchtold‘s book celebrating Hitler‘s campaign for the presidency, Hitler über Deutschland (Munich: Frz. Eher Nachf., 1932). Reichstag Elections, 1932 Who Voted for the Nazis? Source: G. Layton, Democracy and Dictatorship in Germany (2009) Source:/


Revolution, Nationalism and Years of Crisis Pre-AP Unit #13 Chapters 30 and 31.

had a right to expand their territory and “superior” individuals had a right to lead the masses. Nazism – National Socialist German Workers’ Party; Fascist political party led by Hitler beginning in 1921. After leaving prison, Hitler worked to win German votes for the Nazis. By 1932 the party had 800,000 members, making it the largest political party in Germany. Nazism – National Socialist German Workers’ Party; Fascist political/


How do historians explain the rise of Hitler? L/O – To evaluate the historiographical schools of thought and historians interpretations on the rise of.

the 7 ‘view cards’: “Mass support was more important than that of the elites in putting Hitler into power. Hitler reflected a deep feeling in Germany and was not just a capitalist stooge.” Schools of thought on Hitler Task 2 – Read the following statements and match them to one of the 7 ‘view cards’: “Nazism gained support from rational calculation, not as a form of psychological fix.” Schools of/


SS6H7 The student will explain conflict and change in Europe to the 21 st century (SS6H7b) Brainpop.

. Hirohito ruled Japan National Socialists, or Nazis Political party with Hitler in charge Grew in power and started an army Soldiers, called storm troopers Attacked Jewish people and others opposed to Hitler Put prisoners into terrible prisons called concentration camps. Nazis in Control 1933 took control of German government Hitler ruled as a dictator, an all-powerful ruler. Rebuilt Germany’s economy by preparing for another war. Built tanks/


HISTORIOGRAPHY FOR DUMMIES And a Practical Demonstration of How to Write an Essay Presented by James English.

Great Depression was instrumental in the fall of the Weimar Republic, as it created a situation in which Nazism was appealing and Hitler was able to capitalise./Hitler in the Profiles in Power series, and Stephen J Lee, editor of the series Questions and Analysis in History and author of The Weimar Republic, as both show how Hitler used the situation created by the Great Depression and the collapse of the Republic to become Führer. In the years 1924-1929, Germany underwent a period of economic, social and/


Dictators of the 1930’s & 1940’s How did they take power in Europe and Asia?

and race above the individual in which a centralized government is headed by a dictatorial leader. Benito Mussolini Totalitarian leader in Italy/ (1922- 1943) Fascism (created by Mussolini) Grew out of extreme nationalism Recruited unemployed WWI veterans = Black Shirts “Restored order” 1925 – became dictator Mussolini Il Duce = leader Pompous & arrogant Picked on weak (Ethiopians) Did not want state owned farms Anti-Communist Hitler idolized Germany & the Fascist Party Adolf Hitler Nazism - Germany/


Chapter 29 Part II Mussolini & Fascism in Italy Hitler & Nazism in Germany.

Chapter 29 Part II Mussolini & Fascism in Italy Hitler & Nazism in Germany Mussolini and Fascism in Italy World War I discredited the liberal parliamentary government, as great sacrifices led to little gain at Versailles. The Russian Revolution inspired revolutionary socialists in Italy to begin seizing factories and land. Mussolini and Fascism in Italy Benito Mussolini, a veteran of World War I and former socialist, organized other veterans into a fascist political movement that/


A History of Western Society Eleventh Edition CHAPTER 27 Dictatorships and the Second World War 1919–1945 Copyright © 2014 by Bedford/St. Martin’s John.

(1889–1945) 3. The Impact of WWI 4. The Nazi Party 5. The Beer Hall Putsch IV. Hitler and Nazism in Germany B. Hitler’s Road to Power 1. Mein Kampf (My Struggle) 2. The Rise of National Socialism 3. The Nazi Seizure of Power IV. Hitler and Nazism in Germany C. State and Society in Nazi Germany 1. Consolidating Power 2. The SA Purge 3. “Coordination” 4. The Racial State 5. The Nuremberg/


“You would be walking down a street, hearing only the city noises of streetcars and automobiles and people calling to one another, and suddenly, crushing.

nonwhites, were deemed fit only to serve the Aryans. A third element of Nazism was national expansion. Hitler believed that for Germany to thrive, it needed more lebensraum, or living space. One of the Nazis’ aims, as Hitler wrote in Mein Kampf, was “to secure for the German people the land and soil to which they are entitled on this earth,” even if this could be/


The World at War AGAIN!. Unsuccessful Provisions for a safer world as set forth in the Treaty of Paris at the end of WWI were unsuccessful. Provisions.

. Hitler and Nazism Adolf Hitler became the leader of the National Socialist German Workers Party (the Nazis). Adolf Hitler became the leader of the National Socialist German Workers Party (the Nazis). Blamed Germany’s problems on others. Blamed Germany’s problems on others. Promised wealth and prosperity for Germany. Promised wealth and prosperity for Germany. Preached against Democracy and Jews. Preached against Democracy and Jews. Became Chancellor of Germany in 1933. Became Chancellor of Germany in 1933/


Outbreak of WWI and the Major Developments Following

lived all of your life is being blamed and punished for World War I. Now, read Adolf Hitler’s speech on the Treaty of Versailles in 1923. Watch a video clip of Hitler delivering a speech years later. Why do you think the German people followed Hitler? Rise of Nazism Background: The democratic government in Germany after World War I (Weimar Republic) faced major problems A political party/


Contestant #1 I am a womanizer, have self-interested policies and unfortunately suffer from ailing health. Contestant #2 I have a drinking habit and.

“brainwash” the German people; Attacked anyone who opposed Nazi policy and eliminated all opposition; Belief in a strong military The Rise of Nazism in Germany Germans were suffering greatly as a result of the Great Depression and the Treaty of Versailles; Germans were suffering greatly as a result of the Great Depression and the Treaty of Versailles; Hitler was a peaceful orator who spoke of a new German/


Chapter 17: The West Between the Wars 1919 – 1939

was the largest political party in the Reichstag. ▪ Germany’s economic problems helped the Nazi’s come to power; many people were in desperate situations, which made extreme parties popular; Hitler appealed to national pride and militarism to gain support ▪ After 1930, the Reichstag lost power and Hitler Victory of Nazism: ▪ After 1930, the Reichstag lost power and Hitler gained power; industrial leaders aristocrats, military officers, and high-level bureaucrats wanted/


Standard: SS6H7a Describe major developments following World War I: the Russian Revolution, the Treaty of Versailles, worldwide depression, and the rise.

German people followed Hitler? Rise of Nazism The democratic government in Germany after World War I (Weimar Republic) faced major problems A political party called the Nazi Party attracted the attention of dissatisfied Germans The Nazi Party’s leader, Adolf Hitler, described ideas to strengthen Germany Hitler also believed that Aryans (Germans) were the “master race”; he had racist feelings about Jews, Slavs, gypsies, and blacks The Nazi/


1922-1941. Introduction: To Do (26 pts):  Define 8 terms  List the dictators in the Soviet Union, Italy, Germany  Pg. 395 (1-2)

Party took over Nazi = member of this party Leader = Adolf Hitler Nazism in Germany  Adolf Hitler Became chancellor of Germany Reminded people about Treaty of Versailles effects ○ Allies expected Germany to pay the cost of the war Other opinions: ○ German people/stopped trade with Japan ○ Banned oil shipments Japan needed oil to keep tanks, trucks, airplanes working US and Japan began talking in November 1941 ○ Neither side was compromising Pearl Harbor  Talks were not productive Japan began to plan US/


Hitler’s Attempt to create a Volksgemeinschaft (people’s community)

was not in a position to immediate challenge the Churches. Plays the long game (timeline on page 306) THINK: Why might the history of Christianity go against Nazism? Task: You have 5 mins to look at the timeline… The problem Task: Look at Sections A and B of the ‘trouble learning spot’, on page 307. How did religion change during Nazi Germany? Hitler’s tactics/


The Nazis and the Churches www.educationforum.co.uk.

XI issued a public letter or encyclical called ‘Mit Brenneder Sorge’ in which he condemned Nazi paganism, condemned the lack of human rights in Germany, condemned the absence of ‘law’, condemned the Nazis racial policies and describe Hitler as ‘arrogant and dangerous’. Hitler’s Response Hitler told catholic Germans to make a choice between their religion or Nazism He handed ‘religious affairs’ to the SS to monitor – persecution, harassment/


© Boardworks Ltd 2003 1 of 21 Hitler’s Rise to Power.

s capital. He lived in a hostel for down-and-outs and scraped a living painting postcards and selling them on the streets. He left Austria and went to Germany to avoid Austrian military service. When World War I broke out in 1914, Hitler signed up for the/of the West had. Working-class girls and boys liked the freedom of the Nazi Youth organizations. © Boardworks Ltd 2003 18 of 21 Unemployment and the growth of Nazism What link do you notice between unemployment and membership of the Nazi Party? Give reasons/


LIVING WITH NAZISM SS 30-2 Unit 2-Chapter 7 1. The Treaty of Versailles  This treaty really led to a series of problems that at least indirectly was.

on Hitler’s orders.  This is known as the “Night of the Long Knives”-all further opposition to Hitler is eliminated.  When the President-von Hindenburg dies in 1934- Hitler seizes total power and declares himself Fuhrer. 10 Nazism and the / Nazism and the German Economy continued …  Germany started to re-arm its military and farming and industries were given government subsidies.  Foreign imports were restricted in order to encourage consumption of German-made goods.  All of this was created in /


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