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Opposition to the Nazi’s. Jeremy. Opposition under the Nazi’s. Non-compliance with Nazi regulations Attempts to assassinate Hitler Resistance regimes . Volksgenossen. Volksgenossen meaning “Race comrade” People not fit to “ Volksgenossen ” suffered intimidation and persecution

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Opposition to the nazi s

Opposition to the Nazi’s

Jeremy


Opposition under the nazi s

Opposition under the Nazi’s

  • Non-compliance with Nazi regulations

  • Attempts to assassinate Hitler

  • Resistance regimes


Volksgenossen

Volksgenossen

  • Volksgenossen meaning “Race comrade”

  • People not fit to “Volksgenossen” suffered intimidation and persecution

  • Forced to wear identification badges

  • Arrested and sent to labour/concentration camps

  • Euthanasia to the disabled, protested against by the church


German resistance

German Resistance

  • FreieArbeiter Union (FAUD)

    • Distributed anti-Nazi propaganda

    • Encouraged people to leave Germany

  • Red Orchestra

    • Anti-fascistsand communists

    • Assisted Jewish friends

  • The Churches spoke against the Regime

    • Christian Churches, Catholic and Protestant

  • Germans helping the Jews survive the Holocaust

    • Hiding the Jews

    • Getting papers/documentation to aid them


July bomb plot

July Bomb Plot

  • Senior military figures believed Hitler was dooming Germany

  • Claus von Stauffenberg

    • Injured during a battle in North Africa

    • Met with Hitler on a regular basis, spearhead to Operation Valkyrie

  • Took place July 20 1944 at the Wolf’s Lair

  • Involved placing a bomb in a meeting between Hitler and his generals, could only place one of the two bombs due to time constraints

  • With Hitler dead, hoped to overthrow the Government


Erwin rommel

Erwin Rommel

  • “The Desert Fox”

  • General Field Marshal of World War II, let several tank regimes in Africa

  • Regarded as a humane person and was not accused of war crimes

  • He ignored orders to kill Jewish soldiers, civilians and captured commandos

  • Linked to an assassination attempt to Hitler

  • Was seen as a national Hero so Hitler wanted his death to be quite

  • Agreed to kill himself in exchange his family not be harmed


Bibliography

Bibliography

  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/20_July_plot

  • www.ushmm.org/wlc/en/article.php?ModuleId=10005208

  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/German_Resistance_to_Nazism

  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erwin_Rommel

  • Authoritarian and Single-Party states


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