Nazi Germany

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When did World War 1 end?
1918
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When was the treaty of Versailles signed?
1919
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What else happened in 1919?
The Weimar Government was created and the Spartacisit revolt
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What was Hitler?
A man who tried to gain power in Germany illegally but became a legal Dictator
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Why did people hate the Weimar government? Name three things
They signed the treaty of Versailles, many people liked having the Kaiser, their party system was so small that there were a lot of collation governments that got nothing right, they caused hyperinflation.
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What was article 231?
The war guilt clause
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What was article 48?
It was the article giving the president complete control in an emergency.
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What was the problem with article 48?
It didn't describe what an emergency was.
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How many soldiers was Germany allowed?
100,000 men
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Which country took most of Germany's lands in Europe?
France
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Name the three uprisings.
The Spartacist's revolt, the Kapp putsch and the Beer Hall putsch
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What were the Spartacists?
Communist
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Who lead the Beer Hall Putsch?
Adolf Hitler
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When did the Beer Hall putsch happen?
November, 1923
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What went wrong, during the Beer Hall Putsch?
Some politicians escaped, the Nazis walked down a narrow street and were met by gunfire from the armed police
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What was Hitler's sentence?
5 years
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How long did he spend in prison?
9 months
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Which book did he dictate to Rodlf Hess?
Mein Kampf
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What was he going to do when he left prison?
Gain power legally
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How much did the Weimar government have to pay in war reparations?
£6,600,000,000
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What did they do to cause hyperinflation?
printed more money
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Who was the president during the "Golden Era" of the Weimar Government?
Stresseman
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Name the plan which helped recover Germany's economy.
The Dawes plan
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How did it come to an end? Name two things.
Stresseman died and the Wall street crash
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How did Hitler gain support? Name two
His power as a speaker, use of propaganda, the Great Depression, the Weakness of Weimar
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What were the two organisations he set up called?
The SA and the SS
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What year did Hitler win the vote?
1932
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What year did he become Chancellor?
1933
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What did Hitler become in early 1934?
Furhur
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How did Hitler expel his rivals in the Reichstag?
The Reichstag was burnt down and he blamed the communits
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What was the Aryan race?
A pure German race were people had blonde hair and blue eyes
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What was the Hitler youth?
An activities group in which boys were trained in sports and in army rituals.
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How did Nazis control schools? Name 2
They got rid of jewish kids, made all teachers Nazis, changed the curriculum
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How were the Jews persecuted? Name 2
They were sent to ghettos, sent to camps, were forced to have "J" on their passports, women changed their name to "Sara" while men became isreal
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What was a woman's purpose in Nazi germany?
To have the babies and look after the husband
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Why did political opposition fail?
They didn't work together and didn't do anything about the situation
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