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Adolf Hitler
An ex-soldier with charisma who could whip a crowd into a fenzy. He was portrayed as god-like and his right-wing veiws about race formed the backbone of the party
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Joseph Geobbles
A highly educated and very anti-Semitic man realised the power of modern media. He was tasked with spreading Nazi propaganda using newspapers, film and radio
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Ernst Röhm
Fear was a key tactic of the Nazis and in order to create fear they needed force. In 1933, this came through the SA, a personal army of brown-shirted stormtroopers, led by Röhm, which was 400,000 strong
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Heinrich Himmler
Fantical about Nazi ideas, he created an elite force of soldiers, the **, who wore black shirts and would work alongside the SA. He had strict entry requirements and it's force numbered 50,000 in 1933
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Herman Göring
An ex-fighter pilot who was second in power to Hitler. He would go on to create the Gestapo (the secret police) and commanded the Luftwaffe (air force)
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Key Point
The Nazis were a highly organised and appealing party in 1933
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Joseph Geobbles

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A highly educated and very anti-Semitic man realised the power of modern media. He was tasked with spreading Nazi propaganda using newspapers, film and radio

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Ernst Röhm

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Heinrich Himmler

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Herman Göring

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