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Year 11 Revision SJA:
Session 1
The Nazi regime: how effectively
did the Nazis control Germany
1933-45?

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Hitler's dictatorship
The Enabling Act 1933 ­ gave
Hitler right to pass laws without
consulting the Reichstag. End of
democracy?

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Trade unions were abolished May
1933 as part of a policy of
co-ordination


All other political parties banned in
July 1933 Opponents fled abroad or
were arrested.


Concentration camps (first at Dachau
opened 1933) run by SS

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The Night of the Long
Knives


By early 1934 only real rival to Hit personal
power was SA

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3 million of them, they thought Hit owed
them a debt for helping him, wanted jobs
and rewards, more left wing, their leader
Ernst Rohm wanted to merge SA and army
and be head June 1934 Hitler ordered SS
to execute 400 SA
leaders, incl Rohm. A few weeks later…

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Church
Made life priests of a the by Concordat RC 1937
Church with but the this Pope did not in 1933 last ­
not Hit to arrested interfere several
in the


Hitler swastika set on up our a `Reich chests Church'

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and the of cross Nazi in supporters our hearts'
`with the


Many Protestants did not agree & left


Many Confessional imprisoned, arrested the Church
incl Church Martin in opp continued.
Niemoeller to Hitler. Although who had he set was
up the


Other serving concentration groups, in the army.
camps
such…

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Police, Concentration
Camps
After 1936 the Gestapo, were under
the
control of Himmler. They could arrest

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Page 1

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Year 11 Revision SJA:
Session 1
The Nazi regime: how effectively
did the Nazis control Germany
1933-45?

Page 2

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Page 3

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Hitler's dictatorship
The Enabling Act 1933 ­ gave
Hitler right to pass laws without
consulting the Reichstag. End of
democracy?

Page 4

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Trade unions were abolished May
1933 as part of a policy of
co-ordination


All other political parties banned in
July 1933 Opponents fled abroad or
were arrested.


Concentration camps (first at Dachau
opened 1933) run by SS

Page 5

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The Night of the Long
Knives


By early 1934 only real rival to Hit personal
power was SA

Page 6

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3 million of them, they thought Hit owed
them a debt for helping him, wanted jobs
and rewards, more left wing, their leader
Ernst Rohm wanted to merge SA and army
and be head June 1934 Hitler ordered SS
to execute 400 SA
leaders, incl Rohm. A few weeks later…

Page 7

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Page 8

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Church
Made life priests of a the by Concordat RC 1937
Church with but the this Pope did not in 1933 last ­
not Hit to arrested interfere several
in the


Hitler swastika set on up our a `Reich chests Church'

Page 9

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and the of cross Nazi in supporters our hearts'
`with the


Many Protestants did not agree & left


Many Confessional imprisoned, arrested the Church
incl Church Martin in opp continued.
Niemoeller to Hitler. Although who had he set was
up the


Other serving concentration groups, in the army.
camps
such…

Page 10

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Police, Concentration
Camps
After 1936 the Gestapo, were under
the
control of Himmler. They could arrest

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