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How did Hitler stay in control of germany?
Himmler and Goebbels
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What did himmler use to maintain hitler's control?
terror (S.S, police, concentration camps, local wardens, the gestapo)
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What did Goebbels use to maintain hitler's control?
propaganda (radio,newspapers, rallies, books, films)
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Who were the winners of hyperinflation?
people in debt because it made it easier to pay them off and small business paying off their debt
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Who were the losers of hyperinflation?
Pensioners suffered, people with savings as they were no longer worth as much
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what was the invasion of the ruhr?
germany annouced it could not pay reparations so it was invaded by 60,000 french+belgium troops which marched into the ruhr
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what happened during the invasion of the ruhr?
the troops marched in and seized power of factories, mines and railways
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what were the 4 parts of the Treaty of Versailles?
Land Army Money Blame
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What happened to Germany's land because of the Treaty?
it lost 13%, over sea colonies were taken away
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what happened to Germanys Army because of the Treaty?
They were not allowed tanks, submarines or air force, the army was reduced to 100,000
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what happened to the blame because of the Treaty?
Germany was blamed for the whole war, allies could demand compensation for all the damage
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What happened to Germany's money due to the Treaty?
Germany had to pay reparations 6600 million
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Stresemanns 5 solutions?
new currency, persuade french to leave the ruhr, improve relationships with other countries, continue to pay reparations, rebuild economy
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2 factors which helped hitler become chancellor?
own actions and other events
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what were hitlers own actions?
Nazi promises, propaganda, organisation, hitler's leadership
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what were the other events?
wall street crash, fear of communism, weak opposition, political deal
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how was hitler able to become dictator? (8 stages)
reichstag fire, new elections, enabling act, trade unions take over, political parties banned, night of long knives, death of hindenburg, army oath
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5 opponents to the nazis?
political opponents (socialist and communists), the churches, army officers, edelweiss pirates, white rose group
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how did the nazis change the lives of young people?
school curriculum was changed to teach nazi beliefs and Hitler youth club
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how did nazis change the lives of women?
medals for childbirth, loans given out to get married, women were sacked and men were preferred to work, women were told what to wear
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how many children for a gold medal?
8
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how many children for a silver medal?
6
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how many children for a bronze medal?
4
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how did nazis change the lives of people who did not fit in?
sent them to concentration camps and forced them to wear badges
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what was the final solution?
mass killing of jews in europe, gas chambers and more death camps were built,
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propaganda (radio,newspapers, rallies, books, films)

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people in debt because it made it easier to pay them off and small business paying off their debt

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Pensioners suffered, people with savings as they were no longer worth as much

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