GROUPS WHICH OPPOSED THE NAZIS

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  • GROUPS WHICH OPPOSED THE NAZIS
    • WHITE ROSE GROUP
      • Most active 1942-1943. Small group of students a Munich University
    • ARMY OFFICERS
      • Their aims were to replace Hitler and seize power
    • FORMER POLITICAL OPPONENTS
      • Their aims were to restore democracy, free speech and workers' rights
      • They had secret meetings, strikes, leaflets and anti-Nazi graffitti
    • EDELWEISS PIRATES
      • Their aims were to avoid Hitler Youth meetings and to have fun
  • FORMER POLITICAL OPPONENTS
    • Their aims were to restore democracy, free speech and workers' rights
    • They had secret meetings, strikes, leaflets and anti-Nazi graffitti
  • CHURCHES
    • GROUPS WHICH OPPOSED THE NAZIS
      • WHITE ROSE GROUP
        • Most active 1942-1943. Small group of students a Munich University
      • ARMY OFFICERS
        • Their aims were to replace Hitler and seize power
      • EDELWEISS PIRATES
        • Their aims were to avoid Hitler Youth meetings and to have fun
  • Most active 1933-1935. The Socialist Party, The Communist Party and the trade unions
    • Most active 1933-1945
      • CHURCHES
      • Mostly their aims were to keep religion and politics separate
        • They ran schools and carried out baptisms, marriages and burials
          • Most active 1943-1944.
            • They attempted to assassinate Hitler
              • Most active 1938-1944.  Working-class young people
                • They mocked Nazis, had sex and drunk alcohol. They also wore badges of the edelweiss or  skull and crossbones
                • Their aims were to shame the German people by protesting and to urge Germans to overthrow Hitler
                  • They spread anti-Nazi messages using leaflets, graffiti, and posters

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