AQA GCSE History Nazi Germany 1919-1945

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5.1 Hovv did the Nazis change
the cultural climate of Weimar
Germany?
In the 1920s a lively, modern culture developed under the
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and entertainment that existed in the 1920s. You will need
to work out why the Nazis disapproved of Weimar…

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5.1 How did the Nazis change the cultural climate of Weimar Germany?


How did the Nazis change Source 2
Weimar culture?
The Nazis ended the free expression that had existed
during the time of the Weimar government. They
introduced strict controls. No books could be produced
without permission and only…

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Section 5: Culture and propaganda



5.2 Hovv did the Nazis use propaganda Source 1
to control the German people? From Mein Kampf, by
Adalf Hitler:
As we have already seen in Section 2.2, Heinrich Himmler used his The powers of
terror network to keep the German people in line. However,…

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5.2 How did the Nazis use propaganda to control the German people?



Books Source 3
As soon as they came to power, the Nazis organised
official book-burnings - books were burned in public
on massive bonfires. The Nazis burned:
· books by Communists and Socialists
· books by Jews…

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Section 5: Culture and propaganda


Sport as propaganda: the 1936 Berlin
Olympics To what extent were the Berlin
One of Goebbels' greatest propaganda challenges came when Berlin was Olympics a propaganda succe
selected as the venue for the 1936 Olympic Games. Some leading Nazis for Goebbels? Use the informa -…

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5.2 How did the Nazis use propaganda to control the German people?


Hitler's persecution of the Jews was well known by
this time. Some countries threatened to boycott the
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Games. In response the Nazis included one token
Jewish athlete in their team. Other countries sent
amateur athletes…

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On page 57 you saw how Section A on your Enquiry in Depth exam
paper will be structured. It is important to note that the last two'S;
questions carry as many marks as the first three. You need to time
yourself very carefully during the exam. It is worth producing…

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In your exam paper, questions will often be set that ask you to evaluate the
value of a source for a specific enquiry. This question requires you to evaluate the
extent to which the information in a source would help the historian in a specific
enquiry and how reliable that…

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