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When did Hitler become head of party propaganda?
January 1920
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What was the Nazi group called before Hitler took over?
The German Workers Party (DAP)
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What three things were the DAP strongly opposed to?
Weimar Politicians; Democracy; Jews.
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What was Hitler's personal appeal?
He was a great public speaker and that attracted support.
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What is Nationalism?
A political outlook in which all policies are organised to make the nation stronger and more independent
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What is socialism?
A political outlook which stresses that a country's land, industries and wealth should all belong to the workers of that country.
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What was the Nazi newspaper called?
People's Observer (Völkischer Beobachter)
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What was the role of the SA?
The SA were used to control crowds and to subdue any opposition with violence.
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What was the Beer Hall Putsch (Munich Putsch)?
Hitler and his followers interrupted a meeting in a beer hall called Burgerbrau Keller in Munich.
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Which three government officials were held at gunpoint?
Gustav von Kahr, von Seisser and von Lossow
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Who let the government officials go after they agreed to support the Nazis?
Ludendorff
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What happened to Hitler during and after the Munich Putsch?
His arm was dislocated and he was arrested.
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Who was party treasurer?
Franz Schwarz
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Who was head of publicity?
Joseph Goebbels (pronounced Gerbils)
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Who was the **?
Hitler's personal bodyguards
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