Changing life in Germany, 1933-39

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  • Changing Life In Germany, 1933-1939
    • tackling economic problems
    • extending political control
    • the treatment of religion
      • the national reich church and the 'concordat'
  • the threat of women and young people
    • Changing Life In Germany, 1933-1939
      • tackling economic problems
      • extending political control
      • the treatment of religion
        • the national reich church and the 'concordat'
    • controlling education and young people (e.g the Hitler Youth Movement)
  • the use of propaganda and censorship
    • Nazi racial policy
      • measures to reduce unemployment
        • the abolition of trade unions and the creation of the DAF
          • the strength through joy movement  (KdF)
            • the three K's
              • the threat of women and young people
                • controlling education and young people (e.g the Hitler Youth Movement)
            • the use of the SS and Gestapo
              • control of the legal system
                • control over central and regional government
                  • Goebbels and propaganda
                    • the use of propaganda and censorship
                    • the use of rallies
                      • radio and cinema
                        • censorship of newspapers and the arts
                          • the master race and the idea of aryan superiority
                            • Nazi racial policy
                            • the persecution of the jews between 1933-1939
                              • relations with the catholic and protestant churches

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