Soviet denazification.

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What was the Soviet interpritation of Nazism rooted in?
Socio-economic conditions.
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When was the non-fraternisation policy dropped?
September 1945.
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Where was the focus on removing Nazis?
Education and political administration.
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how many Nazis were removed from government and industry by 1948?
520,000
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What were internment camps modeled on?
Soviet Gulags.
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Who did the Soviet supposedly put in the internment camps?
Nazi criminals.
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Who did the Soviets actually put in the internment camps?
Political opponants, the inteligencia, the bougeoise, aristocrats and capitalists.
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How many Germans were interned?
Aproximmatley 154,000
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How many Germans died in internmnet camps?
43,000
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How many new trainee teachers were there by September 1945?
4000
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What did the Soviets re-education programme promote?
Socialism.
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What were ex-nazi members originally only employable as?
Reconstruction and conscription workers.
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How many businesses belonging to 'active Nazis' were closed?
1400
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Who did the comittee for the Victims of Fascism help?
Those who activley fought against the Nazis.
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What did the Russians offer ex-Nazis in 1947?
A general amnesty if they were willig to help further the soviet cause.
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When were the restrictions on Nazis activities and rights removed?
1948/9
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Who got full citizenship in 1952?
all ez-Nazis who were not war criminals.
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