NAZI SOCIETY CONT KINDA

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GRADUALISM

GRADUALIST - CHANGED BY DEGREES - SOME RADICALS TOOK PART IN NATIONAL BOYCOTT APRIL 1 1933 - NAZI LEADERS SUBTLE IN VIEWS - 1935 NUREMBOURG LAWS AGAINST JEWS - JEWS MOVED - USED INDOCTRIANTION & PROPGANDA TO SHOW NAZI VIEWS - INDOCRINATION PLACED ON YOUTH - SA TOOK ADVANTAGE OF POWER - HARMED JEWS - AFTER NIGHT OF THE LONG KNIVES - LESS ANTISEMTIC - BERLIN OLYMPICS 1936 - 1938 MARCH UNION WITH AUSTRIA - ATTACKED 200,000 JEWS IN VIENNA - 9-10 NOV. POGROM OF JEWS - 1938 KRISTALL NACHT ORGANISED MASSACRE - 10,000 SHOPS ATTACKED - 200 SYNAGOGES BURNT - 20,000 SENT TO CCS - EXCUSE ASSAINATION OF GERMAN DIPLOMAT IN PARIS BY JEW.

FORCED EMIGRATION - JEWISH PROPERTY CONFISCATED- 45,000 EMIGRATED - JAN 1939 - GORING CREATED REICH CENTRAL OFFICE FOR JEWISH EMIGRATION - 1/2 OF J.POP LEFT BEFORE WAR

NUREMBERG LAWS - ONLY GERMAN CITIZENS POLITICAL RIGHTS - GERMAN NOT USE JEW PRODUCTS - JEW LOW INCOME - POOR QUALITY OF LIFE   

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THE FALL OF NAZI GERMANY

END OF 1944 GERMANY IMPLODED - HITLER'S SUICIDE APRIL 1945 - NEW GOVERNMENT SIGNED UNCONDTIONAL SURRENDER MAY - MILLIONS RETURNING - SUMMER 1945 - VILLAGES OVERSTRETCHED - COMPETIION FOR FOOD &HOUSING

'THOUSAND YEAR REICH' ENDED IN DISASTER

ALLIES NO PLANS FOR GERMANY - AMERICA WANTED RETURN TO AGRARIAN STATE - DESTORY INDUSTRY - PREVENT WAR - SOVIET SOLIDERS TOOK INDIVIDUAL EMOTIONAL REVENGE 

IMMEDIATE NEEDS FOOD & FUEL, TRANSPORT SYSTEM, ENERGY &LIGHTING, REHOUSING, SANITATION.

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THE NUREMBURG TRIALS

MILITARY TRIBUNALS OF PROMINENT NAZIS - 1945-6 - BIGGEST TRIAL - TRIAL OF THE MAJOR WAR CRIMINALS - 23 IMPORTANT LEADER TRIED - GORING, HITLER, HIMMLER KILLED SELVES - GOERING DEFENDED HITLER - GOERING FOUND GUILT - 14TH OCTOBER 1946 COMMITED SUICIDE - ALBERT SPEER - ADMITTED SHARE OF RESPONSIBILITY - 20YR IMPRISIONMENT

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