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The Nazi Party 1919-1929
Organization:
The German Workers' Party, led by Anton Drexler, was formed
in 1919 and then Hitler became leader.
After the party was banned, they were called the National
Socialist German Workers' Party (Nazis) and announced its
Twenty-Five Point Programme, and at…

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scared of being murdered as the judges were not on their side,
but on Hitler's.
Personal Qualities
Hitler was a brilliant speaker, good organiser, driven, and good
politician. This kept him going when other people might have
given up. His self-belief persuaded people to believe…

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The SA were the thugs who Hitler had used to help him come to
power. They had defended his meetings, and attacked
opponents and by 1934 there were more than 1,000,000.
Hitler was in power in 1934, and there was no opposition left -
the…

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Controlling Germany:
One-Party state:
From the enabling act and being the Fuhrer, only the Nazi party
remained and Nazi members got the best jobs.
Terror:
Nazis took over local government and police ­ Hitler set up
Gestapo and the SS to report non- Nazis and…

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Strength Through Joy ­cheap entertainment + fun activities
Beauty of Labour ­ gave people pride in their work
Law and Order was high
Autobahns improved transport and gave jobs
Propaganda gave hope
Wages rose ­ but bosses profits rose more
DAF established to care for…

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They had their own camps and were seen as a huge threat to
Nazi order from Russia and all over Europe.
Gypsies:
Gypsies were treated almost as badly as the Jews - 85% of
Germany's gypsies were killed.
Blacks:
Blacks were sterilized and killed
Disabled:…

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