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What I want you to know. …. Vocabulary. Nazism. : German brand of fascism. Der . Führer. : leader of the Nazi party. Swastika. : symbol of the Nazi party. “Mein . Kampf. ”. : book written by Hitler. ID: 596710

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The Rise of Hitler

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What I want you to know…

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Vocabulary

Nazism

: German brand of fascism

Der

Führer

: leader of the Nazi party

Swastika

: symbol of the Nazi party

“Mein

Kampf

: book written by Hitler

Lebensraum

: living space that would be conquered from Eastern Europe and Russia

Gestapo

: Nazi secret police

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Born in Austria – April 20, 1889Not a good studentTried to become an artist in ViennaPainted post cards by the riverServed in WWIWestern Front for 4 years

Adolf Hitler

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1919 – Joins German Workers’ PartyRight wing, extremist nationalists

Early Politics

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Summer of 1921Gains control of NSDAP, or Nazi PartyNational Socialist German Workers’ Party55,000 members by 192315,000 in militiaSA, Storm Troops, Brownshirts

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Beer Hall Putsch

Hitler attempted to seize power in 1923.

Arrested and tried for treason

Sentenced to 5 years in prison

Served 9

months

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Site of the Beer Hall PutschMain gathering place of Nazi PartyAttempted assassination 1939

The Bürgerbräukeller

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The

Feldherrnhalle

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Memorial Plaques

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Dodger’s Alley

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Hofbräu

München

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Hofbräu

München

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Wrote Mein Kampf while in jailMy StruggleCalled Germans “Aryans”IncorrectNon-Aryans were inferiorTreaty of Versailles was an outrageCalled for lebensraum

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Mein Kampf Ideology and Philosophy

1.) German Nationalism! (‘HRE’ – Prussia – German Empire)

“…in order to remain healthy, species must continually expand the amount of space they occupy…”

2.) Rejection of the Treaty of Versailles – Why? 3.) German Re-armament (militarize)

4.) Annexation of Austria (Germans…)

5.) Anti-Semitism (lots of reasons; mainly, international conspiracy… against Germans) 6.) Fight Rassenkrieg (racial war & eugenics); 7.) * …to win Lebensraum (living space) for Aryan race *

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Nothing to something…

Ignored until Great Depression caused panic and resentment

Nazis were the biggest political party by 1932

Hitler appointed chancellor in 1933

!!!Hitler came to power legally!!!

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Feb 27, 1933Building where parliament metBlamed CommunistsNazis win parliamentary majority

Fire at the Reichstag

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March 23Gave gov’t power to ignore constitution for four yearsGov’t would issue laws to deal with problemsProvided legal basis for Holocaust

Enabling Act of 1933

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Uses new power to create totalitarian stateBanned other political partiesArrested opponents

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Created as Hitler’s bodyguardLed by Heinrich HimmlerControlled Secret Police – Gestapo – and regular police forceRan concentration and death campsExecution squads

The Schutzstaffeln – The SS

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Controlled the economy

Banned strikes

Dissolved unions

Gov’t

authority over business and labor

Put Germans to work

Built highways, weapons, military service

Unemployment dropped severely

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Women played crucial roleGive birth to children that would become good little NazisBring about the triumph of the Aryan RaceRaise men to be warriors and political leadersWomen that would be wives and mothers

Women and Nazism

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Anti-Semitic Policies

Anti-Semitism: hatred of Jewish people

Jewish used as scapegoats for Germany’s problems

Kristallnacht

:

“Night of the Broken Glass” – November 9, 1938

signaled the start of eliminating Jewish people from Germany

Belief in a “master race”

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everyone

else is inferior


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