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What then give Hitler total power over Germany?
Hitler then gained total power over Germany when the German armies swore a personal oath of loyalty to Hitler
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The SS and Gestapo could put people in concentration camps without trial. What was concentration camps used for?
Concentration camps were prisons for political opponents of the Nazi regime.
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When had the SS formed?
The SS had formed in 1925 as Hitlers personal bodyguard
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After which night did the SA become the party's own police force?
The SA had become the party's own police force after the Night of the Long Knives
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Who were the Gestapo?
The Gestapo was the secret police
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What job did the Gestapo have?
the Gestapos job was to search out opponents of the Nazis and would torture to extract information and confessions.
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Who were the camps run by and what were they trained for?
The camps were run by the SS and were trained to be ruthless and cruel
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What did the Nazis use propaganda for?
The Nazis would use propaganda to critise the Treaty of Versailles, make Germany look great, blame the Jews for Germanys disasters.
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What was the largest propaganda event?
The largest propaganda event was when Berlin staged the Olympic games
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What did the Nazis do during this event?
The Nazis removed all Anti-Jewish slogans from the streets of Berlin.
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Why did the Nazis do this?
The Nazis removed all Anti-Jewish slogans so thousands of visitors went home with a positive view of Germany
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Education was controlled by the Nazis within Germany. What were boys and girls taught within school?
Boys were taught military skills whereas girls were taught housekeeping, cookery and how to be good mothers.
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What happened to the teachers of the schools?
All Jewish teachers were sacked and other teachers had to take an oath of loyalty to Hitler
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Youth organisations out of school were also compulsory which also promoted Nazi beliefs. Did families Welcome this idea?
German families welcomed the idea of youth movements
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Why did the German families do this?
The German families welcomed the idea of youth movements as it gave the children new opportunities to meet new teenagers from Germany, go camping and hiking.
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What did Hitler think of Christianity and what did he have to do?
Hitler had no respect for Christianity however a lot of his supporters were Christians
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How did this benefit to the Nazis over Communists?
Nazis appealed to Catholics and Protestants whereas Communism supported only atheism
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The Protestant Churches were grouped together into a Nazi church. What was this church called?
A Nazi church would be called a Reich church.
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How did Protestants feel about this?
Many church goers accepted this as many of them were Nazi supporters and werre happy to wear the Nazi uniform to church however those who protested were arrested.
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When had the SS formed?

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After which night did the SA become the party's own police force?

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Who were the Gestapo?

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