History B Modern World Paper 1 Revision Magazine - Part 2

FlashBack is a magazine-style revision aid specifically designed to accomodate OCR History B Modern World historians working at GCSE level. Within this magazine, you can catch up on the main names, dates and events enveloping Hitler's rise to power, the troubled future of the League of Nations in the 1930's as well as the course of appeasement! 

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FLASHBACK
Volume
Volume 1
1 Number
Number 3
3 March
March 2012
2012 The
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ofWWII
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The League of Nations
And it's collapse in the 1930's
Nazism
Germany's road to perdition
The Munich putsch, the collapse of the
Weimar and the consolidation of power
in 1933
AND
The Wall Street Crash Woodlands History
What caused the Great Depression Department
of the 1930's? www.flashback-history.wikia.com

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FLASHBACK
The origins of WWII Edition
Introducing QR technology: Article's
with video's available online can be
Volume 1 - Number 3 ­ March 2012
accessed quickly and easily by simply
placing your smartphone over these
icons: GERMANY AND THE NAZIS
THE COMING OF THE THIRD REICH
FlashBack is a new series of
podcasts, videos and HOW DID HITLER BECOME FUHRER?
magazines designed for you
to revise GCSE modern
THE THIRD REICH IN POWER
history.…read more

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FLASHBACK ONLINE
THE FUTURE OF THE PAST
Try out the definitive resource
of FlashBack Online today!
FlashBack magazines were just the start. Now, FlashBack Online is here to offer
you a modern, bespoke platform designed to accommodate your GCSE Modern
History revision needs, providing you with a full archive of articles, mind maps,
videos, podcasts and much more! Fully optimised for Google Chrome, Safari, IE9
and multiple mobile platforms.…read more

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COMI
GERMANY AND THE NAZIS
THE
THIRD
Introduction
Robert Harris once noted in his book, selling Politics, especially Anton Drexler's views on the
Hitler, that following the prophets and teachings Jewish, capitalism and communism. On the 12th
of the Holy Bible, Hitler and the Nazi party September 1919, Hitler joined the DAP as its 55th
constitute the second largest topic covered in all member. By 1920, Hitler had persuaded the DAP to
books ever written.…read more

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NG OF THE
GERMANY AND THE NAZIS
U
REICH
Speeches which was met with sympathy across the took control of Nazi Party propaganda, and
nation. On April 1st, Hitler was sentenced to just 5 exercised a bombardment of Nazi media. He also
years in a low security prison called Landsburg, introduced selective propaganda to target
with the privilege of limited communication. Here, communities, a great example being Northeim,
he dictated Mein Kampf, and began to theorise a where agriculutural issues were tackled by the Nazis.…read more

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HOW DID
GERMANY AND THE NAZIS
BECOME
The Reichstag Fire
Taking the helm On the 27th February, 1933, the historical edifice
which was the Reichstag, home to the political
When Von Papen theorised appointing Hitler entities of Germany, was set ablaze. This was
chancellor, 30th January 1933, he made one vital
through the efforts of no other than a
misjudgement; he thought Hitler could be
controlled.…read more

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ADOLF HITLER Interesting Fact:
Hitler wasn't very original. His title, the Fuhrer,
FUHRER?
was actually used by Hitler's teacher, Georg
Ritter von Schönerer, who also everyone had
to salute.…read more

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THIRD
GERMANY AND THE NAZIS
THE
Fear, terror and propaganda
POV
The Nazis are renowned for their employment of fear and propaganda, or the carrot and the stick policy. You've
probably heard of the SS and Gestapo, led by Reinhard Heydrich and Heinrich Himmler. Dubbed the `secret
police', the gestapo spied on the German population, and anyone who opposed Nazism or was an `undesirable' was
removed.…read more

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REICH IN
GERMANY AND THE NAZIS
VER Women
Under the Weimar Constitution, equality for women was a goal of the nation, but like most
things from the Weimar, Hitler quickly tore these policies to shreds. The role of women changed
twice under the nazi rule; from 1933, the Nazis promoted pro-natalism (increasing birth rates)
for the Aryan women of Germany; even awarding medals for having more children. Also, in
1938, the marriage law allowed for divorce on the grounds of `premature infertility'.…read more

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THE WORLD DURING
THE LEAGUE
DOWNFALL
AND IT'S
THE 1930'S
The League of Nations
The League of Nations was Wilsons 14th point that he had taken
to Versailles, and it sought to unify nations of the world to
combat international dispute.…read more

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