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25 Point Programme
Abolition of the ToV
Union of Germany and Austria
Only `true' Germans to live in Germany. Jews to be excluded
.Large industries and businesses to be nationalised
Generous previsions for OAPs
A strong central government
What did the Nazis stand for in the 1920s? In…

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Nazis in the Wilderness- In prison Hitler concluded that the Nazis weren't going to be able
to take Germany by force. They'd have to work within the democratic system but once in
power use Article 48 to destroy the system. As soon as he was released, Hitler set about

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Posters were found everywhere, Rallies were impressive as they were filled with energy
and enthusiasm and were always large in numbers, The SA and SS always demonstrated
discipline whilst the Communist gangs had frequent fights with police, and the Nazis
organised soup kitchens and shelters in hostels for the unemployed.…

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Der Fuhrer- Hindenburg died in July 1934. Hitler took over and became the supreme
leader. 2nd August 1934 the entire army swore oath to the loyalty of Hitler

Nazis and the Churches- Signed a Concordant with the Catholic Church in 1933. Hitler tried
to get the Protestant Churches to come…

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In 1936 he released the Four-Year Plan which prepared Germany for war. This all reduced

Workers- Hitler promised and delivered low unemployment which ensured popularity. He
won loyalty from workers through: Propaganda praising workers, Strength Through Joy
(KDF) which gave discounted theatre and cinema breaks as well as cheap…


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