Germany 1918-1945

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Who was the Kaiser of Germany during World War One?
Kaiser Wilhelm the Second
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On which date did the Munch Putsch begin?
8th November 1923
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How many Nazis were killed during the Munich Putsch?
16
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Who was caught starting the Reichstag Fire?
Van Der Lubbe (A Dutch Communist)
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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.
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What was the Night of the Long Knives?
Where Hitler and the SS murdered (shot) over 400 threatening members of the SA, in order to remove political opposition.
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On which date does Hitler become dictator and ruler of Germany?
19th August 1934 (after Hindenburg's death)
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What did Hitler do to religion?
He tried to limit the amount of time spent at church, to limit it's control over the people and maximise his control over them.
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Who was in control of Nazi Propaganda?
Joseph Goebbels
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What did the Nazi propaganda do to the people.
It indoctrinated the people of Germany, which meant that they were brainwashed into being Nazis.
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True or False: Some women were so indoctrinated by Hitler and the Nazis, that they ate the gravel that he walked on?
True
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Why were the 1936 Olympic Games held?
To serve as a giant Nazi propaganda event.
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Why were medals awarded to women in Nazi Germany?
For giving birth to many Aryan or Nazi children.
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Who was Ernst Rohm?
The leader of the SA, who was killed in the Night of the Long Knives because he was gay.
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