MASTER Germany 1918-45 - Paper 2

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  • Germany 1918-45
    • Was the weimar republic doomed from the start?
      • How did Germany emerge from defeat at the end of the first world war?
      • What was the impact of the treaty of versailles on the republic?
      • To what extent did the republic recover after 1923?
      • What were the achievements of the Weimar period?
    • Why was Hitler able to dominate Germany by 1934?
      • What did the Natzi party stand for in the 1920's?
      • Why did the Natzis have little sucess before 1930?
      • Why was Hitler able to become Chancellor by 1933?
      • How did Hitler consolidate his power in 1933-4
    • The Natzi Regeme
      • How effectively did the Nazis control Germany, 1933-45?
        • How much opposition was there to the Nazi regime?
        • How effectively did the Nazi deal with their political opponents?
        • How did the Nazi use culture and the mass media to control the people?
        • Why did Nazis persecute many groups in German society?
        • Was Nazi Germany a totalitarian state?
      • What was it like to live in Germany?
        • How did young people react to the Nazi regime?
        • How successful were Nazi policies towards women and the family?
        • Did most people in Germany benefit from Nazi rule?
        • How did the coming of war change life in Natzi Germany?
      • Nazi Germany
        • The revolution of 1918 and the establishment of the republic
        • The versailles settlement and German reactions to it
        • The Weimar constitution, the main political divisions
        • The stresmann era
        • Cultural achievements of the Weimar period
        • Economic policy including rearmament
        • The Weimar constitution,  the role of the army
      • Nazi rule
        • The early days of the Nazi party
          • Nazi ideas and methods
          • The Munich Putsch
          • The roles of Hitler + other Nazi leaders
        • The impact of the depression on Germany
          • Political, economic + the social crisis of 1930-3
          • Reasons for the Nazis rise to power
          • Hitler takes power
          • The Reichstag Fire and the election of 1933
        • Nazi rule in Germany
          • The enabling act
          • The Night of the long knives
          • The death of Hindenburg
          • The removal of opposition
          • Methods of control and repression
          • Use of culture and the mass media
        • Different experiences of Nazi rule
          • Women + young people
          • Anti-semitism
          • Persecution of minorities
          • Opposition to Nazi rule
        • Impact of the second world war on Germany
          • The conversion to war economy
          • The final solution

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