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Nazi Germany

1933 - 1945

By Mr Osborne

used to eliminate the SA in June 1934 charged with internal security guarded concentration camps hunted political enemies commanded by Heinrich Himmler .The use of Terror The SS an elite group of committed Nazis.

Commanded by Himmler .The use of Terror The Gestapo The secret state police. Used to suppress hostility to the regime at home and in occupied territories.

antisocials By 1939 six camps were operating.The use of Terror Concentration Camps run by the SS to detain enemies of the state Dachau 1933 Prisoners Jews. political. Extermination Camps Auschwitz-Birkenau . priests.

All Hitlers speeches broadcast. . Sets installed in cafes and factories.Role of Propaganda The Press all non Nazi newspapers and magazines were taken over or closed all content was strictly controlled Radio All stations under state control. Cheap mass produced radios sold.

All films given a pro Nazi stance Ministry for Public Propaganda and Enlightenment .Role of Propaganda Films : Over 100 000 made all approved by Goebbels.

Role of Propaganda Rallies and Campaigns Joseph Goebbels Annual rally at Nuremburg 1936 Olympic Games. used as propaganda Local rallies and fund raising led by the Hitler Youth and local party organisations Posters used to promote Nazi ideals .

Communists etc were banned and many destroyed in public book burning in 1933 Jazz music banned because of its black origins .Role of Propaganda Books and Art writers. and composers persuaded or forced to produce works in praise of Hitler Books written by Jews.

Confessional Church founded in defiance of Nazis Catholic Church : Concordat 1933 in theory allowed Catholic Church to operate freely in return for an oath of loyalty. Never take a stand on Jewish persecutions . In fact attacked Churches and religious sects Protestant Churches: 1933 attempt by Hitler to gain control and establish a Reich Church. 1937 after a steady erosion of its influence Pope condemns Nazi¶s. Reich Church was anti-Christian and promoted Nazism.Religion Nazi Part Attitudes Claimed to approve of Christianity and offer religious freedom.

Persecution of the Jews Hitler blamed the Jews for Treaty of Versailles Inflation 1923 Economic collapse 1929 -32 .

parks.Unsuccessful boycott of Jewish shops Jews excluded from Government jobs Thousands of professional Jewish people were dismissed from jobs 1934 .Jews banned from public places. .Persecution of the Jews 1933 . swimming pools etc.

The Reich Law on citizenship only those of German blood can be citizens.Persecution of the Jews 1935 . and have the right to vote.forbids marriage or sexual relations between Jews and German citizens .Law for the protection of German Blood and Honour .The Nuremburg Laws 15 September 1 . 2.

doctors. dentists. teachers and nurses 1938 Qualifications of Jewish doctors is cancelled . accountants.includes vets.Persecution of the Jews 1936 .37 The professional activity of Jews is banned or restricted .

Riechkristalnacht 9th November Following the murder of a German diplomat in Paris by a Jew a campaign is started which last 3 days and targets Jewish shops.Persecution of the Jews 1938 . 90 killed 20 000 arrested and sent to concentration camps Jewish children excluded form schools and Universities . homes and synagogues.

42 Jews deported from Germany Jews in occupied territories moved into ghettos and used as slave labour. Special SS groups formed to deal with the Jews. Gassing in vans starts .Jews no longer allowed to run businesses and shops forbidden to own radios and to buy cakes and chocolate 1940 .Persecution of the Jews 1939 .

5 million Jews killed in death camps .Persecution of the Jews The Wannsee Conference Jan 1942 Decision taken by Nazi leaders led by Heydrich meet to discuss the final solution Decision to evacuate all Jews to extermination camps in Poland is taken Over 4.

000 children 71.Persecution of minorities Homosexuals. 5. 000 adults Stopped in 1941 after protest from Pope Forced Sterilisation programme to prevent contamination of the Aryan race . Gypsies and other undesirables sent to concentration camps Mentally ill sent to concentration camps The Euthanasia programme people judged worthless to the regime were killed.

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