Hitler's rise to power

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  • Hitler's rise to power
    • Propaganda
      • Joseph Goebbles
        • Head of Propaganda
        • Media
          • Censorship-People could only hear certain things
          • Paintings- Usually only pictures of supreme Aryans were shown
          • Newspapers/ Journals- Only articles of Nazi Germany were shown. .
            • Many Jewish journalists lost their job as and a result
              • Newspapers were very dull, falling by 10%.
          • Cinema-Only showed movies that promoted Hitler and his greatness and the pro-Nazi message.
            • No foreign films allowed
          • Posters-Could only proclaim Hitler's greatness or show his attacking his opponents.
          • Jazz music was seen as 'black music' so therefore forbidden.
          • Hitler's speeches would be repeatedly played on speakers in the streets or radios in homes.
            • Indontrinated
        • Supported the ** and Gestapo
          • Closed places down if people caught listening, watching or talking about things they shouldn't.
      • Mein Kampf
        • Spent 9 months in prison and wrote the book.
        • My Story in English
        • Sold over 3 milion copies
        • Ideas
          • War
          • Rascism
          • The Fuhrer
          • National Policy
          • Nationalism
    • Who voted for the Nazi's 1924-29
      • Lower middle class that couldn't make ends meet
      • In 1928, 3 % of votes
      • Wealthy that were afraid of communism
      • Radically pure peasant farmers
    • What were the Nazi's doing during the Strsemann era?
      • Set up **, similar to SA but fanatically loyal to Hitler.
      • Enlarged the SA in 1925 with ex-service men
      • Recruitment drives
        • 100,000 members by 1928
          • Created networks of local Nazi parties
      • Gained power through democracy
        • 'Hold our noses and get into the Reichstag'
    • How did the Great Depression help the Nazi's?
      • Germany wanted a strong leader which Hitler was.
        • RESULT
          • There was huge unemployment and Hitler offered employment
            • They wanted a scapegoat and Hitler offered the Jews.
              • RESULT
                • There was huge unemployment and Hitler offered employment
                  • They wanted a scapegoat and Hitler offered the Jews.
                  • Hitler wanted the T of V to be reversed and so did the people.
                  • 1930, Hitler got 107 seats, 1932 200 seats
            • Hitler wanted the T of V to be reversed and so did the people.
            • 1930, Hitler got 107 seats, 1932 200 seats
      • Why did Hitler do so well in the elections?
        • Threat of Communism
        • Decadence
        • Electoral tactics
        • Negative cohesion
        • Badly run Weimar Government

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