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Miss Hagan's GCSE History. Hitler's Germany Notes.
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Hitler's Germany 1929-1939
Miss Hagan's GCSE History
Laura Newland 11O
These are my Notes for The second Unit In Year 11 GCSE History Course. Hitler's Germany.
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Laura Newland 11O

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In Germany, as the Wall Street Crash had affected many people, lots were struggling to make ends meet. However
as Hitler and the Nazi party came into power in 1933, all in Germany changed as the people knew it and for some
people Life in Germany was Amazing! But for other inappropriate people life was true and utter Hell! When the Wall
Street Crash occurred in America, Hitler and the Nazi party had little support.…read more

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The Weimar system of Government
This was a form of Collation government, groups of political parties had to join together to form a majority,
however most of them would not agree, therefore there was a lot of problems in the German government.…read more

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This gave Hitler a chance to eliminate the Communists from the Reichstag.
This ended All personal Liberty, Stopped personal Expression and took control of the press.
It also gave Hitler a Steady chance to eliminate some of his political opposition before the election, also many
people were too scared to vote so the people who did vote helped to gain even more support for Hitler.…read more

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The SA were having a meeting in a small village near Munich and just before 7am, SS cars pulled into the village.
Hitler was in one of them, with other members of the SS the marched inside and arrested most of the SA.
By 10am the SS were rounding up member of the SA and taking them to Berlin where they would be put in
prison.…read more

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Most decision making was left up to others, Hitler was better at coming up with good Nazi Ideas and others
putting them into place for him.
Hitler's Chief subordinates were allowed a lot of flexibility in their work but overall they knew what Hitler
wanted.
Law and Order
The Nazis abolished the right to trail before imprisonment, bringing the justice rule under the Nazi system.
Judges were replaced by Nazi supporters.…read more

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Propaganda was used to promote the image of Hitler as the leader. Powerful, caring but a leader. He was
photographed with children and animals to show his caring side and with the military to show him as a good
leader.
Many Women adored him and he received a lot of letters showcasing adoration.…read more

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There were different age groups (6-10, 10-14, and 14-18 year olds).
All groups were taught Nazi beliefs, and given a lot of Physical exercise and training.
The older boys learn Military skills for a future career in the armed forces. Whereas for the Girls there was the
`League of German Girls', they aimed to make girls fit to become strong German mothers.…read more

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There were also campaigns to affect the way women dressed and looked. Hair should be worn in plates or a
bun, not dyed or permed. Makeup was discouraged in addition to trousers. Also slimming was criticized as
women had to be capable of bearing Healthy Children.
Nazi policies towards women were not always successful as they seemed, the priority given to rearmament
gave shortages to building materials so couples waiting for housing could not get any.…read more

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Most people liked the actions that the Nazis were taking and believed wholeheartedly they were doing the
right thing for Germany.
Small businesses did well as they no longer had to compete with popular Jewish businesses, as they had been
closed down the Nazis.
Big Businesses did well as they benefited from the construction projects and huge profits were made as long as
the company was happy to sell only what the Nazis wanted them to sell.…read more

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Chloe

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