Changing life for the German people, 1933-1939

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How did the Nazis try to reduce unemployment?
Re-armament (1935), National Labor Service, Public Work Schemes, The Four Year Plan, KDF and women, Jews or RAD excluded from statistics.
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When were Trade Unions banned?
May 1933.
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What was the KdF?
Strength through joy movement - provide workers with leisure opportunities.
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When was the Unemployment Relied Act passed?
1st June 1933.
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When was the Hitler Youth established?
1925
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What was the Hitler Youth membership by 1939?
8 million
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When was the SS established?
1925
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Who are the SS?
More disciplined, wear a black uniform.
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What control did the Nazis have over the legal system?
The judges were all Nazis, the Gestapo had the right to imprison and kill without a trial.
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What was Kristallnaht?
9th and 10th of November- Nazis destroyed 7,500 shops, 400 synagogues, 30,000 Jews arrested
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What did the concordat signed with the Pope in 1933 mean?
Hitler promised full religious freedom and the pope promised he wouldn't interfere in politics.
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What was the National Reich Church?
All 28 Protestant groups merged in 1936.
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