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The Economy Under the
Nazis
Nazi Germany
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What we will learn today
In this presentation, you will investigate:
1. Three major problems faced by the German economy
when Hitler became chancellor:
a) international debt,
b) agricultural stagnation,
c) industrial unemployment.
2. For each problem, you will consider:
a) the nature of the problem,
b) the policies adopted by the Nazis to deal with it,
c) the success of those policies.
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Introductory quiz
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The fall in unemployment
The number of unemployed people in Germany came
down very quickly after 1933.
6 million people were on the unemployment register in
1933; by 1934 there were 3.8 million. The number went
on falling until 1939, when it was 0.3 million.
This was great for Nazi propaganda: Hitler becomes
chancellor, and immediately afterwards there are lots
more jobs.
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Unemployment under Hitler
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1. Short-term measures:
Hitler, the RAD and the DAF
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