1. Why were the 1936 Olympic Games held?
- To hide all of the horrors that had been committed by the Nazis.
- To serve as a giant Nazi propaganda event.
- To prove to the world that the Germans weren't preparing for war.
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2. What was the Night of the Long Knives?
- Where people were killed with long knives.
- Where Hitler and the SS murdered (shot) over 400 threatening members of the SA, in order to remove political opposition.
- Where Hitler knighted his most loyal supporters and generals of the SA.
- Where all long knives were destroyed to be made into machine guns.
3. What did the Nazi propaganda do to the people.
- It indoctrinated the people of Germany, which meant that they were brainwashed into being Nazis.
- It caused people to turn against the Nazis and revolt against the regimes that they were enforcing.
4. What was the Enabling Act of March 1933?
- A statement that allowed Hitler to create and pass his own laws for four years without the consent of the Reichstag.
- A statement that allowed Hitler to become Chancellor of Germany.
- A Law that enabled Hitler to rise to power.
- A law that enabled all Jews to live freely.
5. How many Nazis were killed during the Munich Putsch?