social studies - hitler, nazis, the holocaust and propaganda
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What is the Treaty of Versailles?
a treaty drawn up to end WW1, by Britain, France, Italy and America.
What was the effect on Germany by the TOV?
they were very angry because they were blamed for everything.
what is BRAT?
blame, respirations, army restrictions (100,000 soldiers only), territory restrictions.
What was the great depression in Germany like?
it hit in 1929, 6 million Germans became unemployed and starved.
How did Hitler use the great depression as a use of power?
He created the movement "work and bread" to get Germans back into work and so they could have food again.
After the work and bread movement, what percentage was the Nazi party votes?
What does Reichstag mean?
What was the Reichstag Fire?
in February 1933, the reichstag was burned down by a "communist".
What did the reichstag fire mean for the Nazi party?
Hitler asked parliament for more power and to remove the socialist party and the nationalist party. Once he had this power he was then able to make his own laws.
What was the Enabling Act?
Hitler could arrest anyone who opposed him, stopped holding elections so the Nazi's would receive all the votes, and he was able to act on his anti-semitism beliefs. This led to the HOLOCAUST.
what were Hitler's three main goals?
1) Rebuild Germany's economy and provide work.
2) Make Germany powerful and conquer other countries.
3) create a "pure" German society by getting rid of Jewish people, black people, asians, and the disabled.
What propaganda did the Nazi's use?
control the press, censored any books, films, articles that implied anything non-nazi, held rallies, and leaked misinformation.
How many books did the Nazi's burn?
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