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3.1 Hovv much change did the Nazis
bring about in German society?
Hitler had very clear ideas about how everyone fitted into his Nazi
future. Young people, women and workers had important roles but
Jews and others soon discovered that they had no place in Nazi society.
Youwill find out…

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3.1 How much change did the Nazis bring about in German society?


Life in Germany, 1933
Here are four Germans, talking about themselves in 1933. Hitler has just
become ruler of Germany.

I'm Karl and I livein Dortmund. I'm a metal
Karl My name is Hans and I'm thirteen
worker.…

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Section 3: German economy and society



How did the Nazis change the lives of Gudrun

women?
Source 2
Hitler, speaking in 1934 at a Nazi Party conference:
Woman has her battLefield too; with each child that she brings into the world, she is
fighting her fight on behalf of the…

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3.1 How much change did the Nazis bring about in German society?
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From a Nazi leaflet issued to young German women:
I Remember that you are a German!
2 If you are healthy, do not stay single!
3 Keep your body pure!
4 Keep your…

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As you have already seen, the ability to use sources effectively is a
crucial skill you need to practise for your GCSE History exam. Use
the sample questions on this page to improve your skills. Remember
to use the advice on pages 26-27 and page 57 to help you.

Source…

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3.1 How much change did the Nazis bring about in German society?


What was the Nazi attitude Source 6
towards religion?
Hitler hated Christianity. He hated its teaching of
forgiveness and mercy. He hated it because it was
, ased on the Jewish religion. Also, people who
. elieved in…

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Section 3: German economy and society


Karl
3.2 Hovv successful vvere the
Nazis in rebuilding the German
economy?
Hitler wanted to regain the land that Germany had lost in
the Treaty of Versailles and to dominate Europe. To do this
he needed a strong economy. The Nazis aimed to reduce…

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3.2 How successful were the Nazis in rebuilding the German economy?


How were the workers treated? Source 3
Trade unions and all workers' organisations were abolished. All workers
had to join the German Labour Front (DAF),run by the Nazis. The
Labour Front organised some improvements to workers'lives. They
negotiated…

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Section 3: German economy and society
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How successful were Nazi Source 5
economic policies?
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By 1933 the worst of the Great Depression 6 30 er
was over. However, Germany still faced ~
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major economic problems. The huge public 3
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buildings programme, paid for by the…

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3.2 How successful were the Nazis in rebuilding the German economy?


What was the impact of war on the
German economy and society?
The Second World War began, for Germany, in September 1939. In the
early stages of the war, despite food and clothes rationing, morale
amongst the German people…

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