HOW THE NAZIS GAINED CONTROL USING PROPAGANDA

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  • HOW THE NAZIS GAINED CONTROL USING PROPAGANDA
    • FILMS
    • NEWSPAPERS
      • Every paper was given instructions from Goebbles and display boards were set up in public places so everyone could read the news
      • Anti-Nazi newspapers were shut down and Jews were banned from owning or working for newspapers.
    • BOOKS
    • RALLIES
      • Rallies took place to the Nazis could show uniformity, control and order to the German people
  • NEWSPAPERS
    • Every paper was given instructions from Goebbles and display boards were set up in public places so everyone could read the news
    • Anti-Nazi newspapers were shut down and Jews were banned from owning or working for newspapers.
  • RALLIES
    • Rallies took place to the Nazis could show uniformity, control and order to the German people
  • BOOKS
  • RADIO
    • HOW THE NAZIS GAINED CONTROL USING PROPAGANDA
      • FILMS
    • The radios were regularly broadcasting Hitler's speeches and foreign programmes could not be picked up.
  • A stadium was built so rallies which represented power and unity could be held
    • They organised official book-burnings which prevented people from thinking about anything anti-Nazi
      • They burned books by: Communists and Socialists, Jews, anyone they disapproved of, ideas they disapproved of
        • The radios were regularly broadcasting Hitler's speeches and foreign programmes could not be picked up.
        • Cheap radios were made so people could listen to Nazi propaganda and loudspeakers were set up in public places
          • RADIO
          • Cinema was popular and  the adverts before the films were made by Goebbels' workers and included porpaganda

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