History: How did the Nazis Take Control in Northeim?

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What were the six things the Nazis did to take control in Northeim?
By taking over the council, by terror, by 'co-ordination', by persecuting Jews, through propaganda and by reducing unemployment.
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How did the Nazis remove councils?
By arresting them and by sheer bullying.
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What did controlling councils not give Nazis the power to do?
Control individuals.
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What did the Nazis need to do to control individuals?
They needed to convince Northeimers that the violence with which they dealt with their political opponents was also what anyone who stepped out of line could expect.
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Why did the Nazis set up searches in all houses in Northeim?
They were supposedly looking for guns and ammunition - several were arrested for this and also for minor offences such as insulting SA or 'spreading rumours'
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What is co-ordination?
That because there was a Nazi majority in the Reichstag, all other organisations in Germany should have the same.
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What is another name for co-ordination?
Gleichschaltung
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What did the Nazis decide to do on the 1st April 1934?
Boycott all Jewish businesses
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What happened to Jews after the boycott was arranged?
They became isolated
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