How Hitler maintained support after 1933.

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  • Created on: 12-03-18 20:27

Economic policies

  • Split into two periods-there's a change over time
    • Recovery
      • employment goes down
      • women stay at home
      • more positive
    • Rearmament
      • 'butter or guns'
  • families are being torn apart
  • entertainment buildings were cloing down
  • rationing
  • total war the turning point
    • support was lost
  • disillusionment
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Social Policies

  • Encouraged passive support
  • element of reluctance
  • school syllabus integreated with Nazi ideology
  • Aimed at school children
    • Hitler Youth
  • more focus on the war rather than education
  • women weren't allowed to go to university
  • the three k's appealed to some women
    • depends on what kind of women you were
  • women were forced to be sterylised
  • passive support after 1938
    • too scared to speak out
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Propaganda and censorship

  • aimed against the jews
    • anti-semetic
  • enhancing successes
    • positives
  • ceonsoring the bad stuff
    • negatives
  • trying to hide the reality
  • the nazis owned the newspapers
    • all you see is nazi ideology
  • propaganda is essential
    • works when things are going well
  • can't cover the negatives 
    • losing the war
    • 'can't paint over the cracks for long'
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Foreign policies

  • Lebensraum
    • Germany's expansion to the East
  • Hitler began to undermine the Treaty of Versailles
  • Remilitarisation of the Rhineland and Sudetenland
  • Because of Hitler's successes with invading other countries, people continues to support him
    • However, the failed invasion of Russia was the first realisation that the Germans might not win the war.
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