- Goebbels organised huge rallies, torchlit progressions and meetings
- the best example of this is the Nuremberg rallies which took place every year in summer
- There were bands, marches, flying displays and Hitler's brilliant speeches
- The rallies brought colour and excitement to peoples lives
- They gave them a sense of belonging to a great movement
- The rallies also showed the German people the power of the state and convinced them that ' every other German supported the Nazis'
- Goebbels recognised that one of the Nazis main attractions was that they brought order out of the chaos so the whole rally was organised to emphasis order
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