To what extent did Germans benefit from the Nazi rule in the 1930's?

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what was the German economy when Hitler became chancellor in January 1933?
When Hitler became Chancellor in January 1933 the German economy was in ruins.
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The army grew from 100,000 in 1933 to what in 1939?
The army grew to 1.4 million in 1939
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Hitlers aim was to make Germany self sufficient why is this?
Hitlers aim was to make Germany self sufficient so that by 1940 the German economy would be ready for war.
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Why did many Germans believe that the Nazi rule was improving peoples lives?
Many Germans believed that the Nazi rule was improving peoples lives as unemployment had drastically reduced, wages improved and businesses were doing well
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Pride increased dramatically in March 1938. What happened at this date?
Pride increased dramatically when the anshcluss took place
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The Nazis used propaganda to promote the racially pure race of Germans. What was this race called?
The racially pure race of Germans were called Aryans
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Most productive mothers were awarded medals at ceremonies. When did this take place?
The awards were presented to the most productive mothers on Hitlers mother birthday every year
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Women were told to look a certain way to fit the image of an Aryan mother. what was this?
Women were told to wear their hair in plaits or a bun, makeup was discouraged and slimming was critised as women had to be capable of healthy child bearing.
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After Hitler took over Austria in March 1939, what was his new concentration?
Hitlers new concentration after taking over Austria in March 1938 was on the Jews.
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Why is this?
Hitler seen Jews to be controlling society and the economy
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When were the Nuremberg laws passed?
The Nuremberg laws were passed in September 1935
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What did the Nuremberg laws include?
They included the banishment of marriages between Aryans and Jews and the Reich Citizenship Law made Jews subjects instead of citizens.
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When did Kristallnacht take place?
Kristallnacht took place in November 1939
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What happened to bring on Kristallnacht?
A Jewish boy shot and killed a German embassy official in Paris
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What happened on Kristallnacht?
On Kristallnacht there was an attack on over 8,000 Jewish homes and shops. 100 Jews were killed and over 20,000 arrested and sent to concentration camps.
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