Nazi Methods of Control

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Who did the Nazis blame for Germany's problems?
Jews and Communists
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Which event did the Nazis use for international publicity?
1936 Berlin Olympics
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When was the Ministry of Public Enlightenment and Propaganda founded, and who was in charge?
1933, Joseph Goebbels
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What kind of media did Nazis use to spread messages?
Films and posters
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What does SS stand for?
Schutzstaffel
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Who was in charge of the SS and Gestapo?
Himmler
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Who could be held at concentration camps after 1933?
Political prisoners and anybody potentially dangerous to the Nazis
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What was a possible consequence of publishing anti-Nazi material?
Execution
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Why was censorship introduced?
To encourage nationalism and anti-Semitism
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When did Hitler sign an agreement with the Catholic Church and what did it agree?
1933, promised not to interfere with one another
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What was the Reich Church?
Hitler's idea for Protestant Churches to unite into
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Who was to be head of the Reich Church?
Nazi Bishop Ludwig Müller
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What was the reaction of some church members?
In protest, they split off and formed the Confessing Church
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