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The Rise of The Third Reich

Discontent in Germany was deep-rooted and growing

Demoralizing defeat in World War I

Treaty of Versailles (June 1919) created anger and humiliation



Lloyd George of Britain, Orlando of Italy, Clemenceau of France, and Woodrow Wilson of the United States: In 1919, the Big 4 met in Paris to negotiate the treaty.


As a result of the treaty

As a result of the treaty: France, and Woodrow Wilson of the United States: In 1919, the Big 4 met in Paris to negotiate the treaty.

Germany lost territories and colonial possessions

the military was limited

Germany had to pay huge amounts for war compensations

“war guilt clause” said,

“Germany must accept complete and total responsibility for the war”


Weimar Republic France, and Woodrow Wilson of the United States: In 1919, the Big 4 met in Paris to negotiate the treaty.The Weimar Republic after World War I faced incredible inflation and high unemployment


In German classrooms teachers encouraged students to value obedience and respect authority

Albert Einstein claimed

his teachers were more

interested in producing “mental machines” than educating human beings


Despite efforts to silence criticism many individuals spoke out

World wide depression

Setting of psychological and economic woes

Germans wanted a leader who could restore their pride and give them hope


The beer hall putsch
The Beer Hall Putsch out

  • Hitler first attempted to seize power at the height of inflation on November 8, 1923

  • Adolf Hilter and a band of supporters burst into a Munich beer hall


Hitler fired a shot at the ceiling and declared that the President (Ebert) and national government had been deposed


Police put down the uprising

Police put down the uprising President (Ebert) and national government had been deposed

Two days later Hitler was arrested and brought to trial

He was given the minimum sentence,

5 years in prison and served 9 months



While in prison Hitler met Rudolf prison

Hess, another prisoner. Hess

helped Hitler write Mein Kampf,

“My Struggle” published in 1925.

This became the guidebook for

the Nazis.



After he got out of prison hitler traveled throughout europe spreading his views

After he got out of prison, Hitler traveled throughout Europe spreading his views

He targeted Jews in his campaign of purification

Secondary targets: communists, homosexuals, handicapped, Gypsies, Jehovah’s Witnesses, and political opponents of Nazi doctrine


1929 A world wide depression began Europe spreading his views

The chancellor of the Weimar Republic was Herman Mueller (a Social Democrat). He and his party were in trouble.

In the elections of 1930 the National Socialist Party (Nazis) emerged as the second most powerful party.


1932 Paul von Hindenburg, Europe spreading his views

84 years old, was re-elected president.

He chose Franz von Papen as the new chancellor.

Paul von Hindenburg

1847-1934


When Papen couldn’t end the depression Europe spreading his views, another friend of Hindenburg’s took over

General Kurt von Schleich. He couldn’t bring about recovery either

Franz von Papen



January 30, 1933 Hitler and thought he would be less “wild” once he was in office

  • Adolf Hitler became Chancellor of Germany

  • He was appointed by President Paul von Hindenburg


President Paul von Hindenburg watches a torchlight parade as it passes under the window of Hitler’s new office.


Hitler, after being sworn in as chancellor as it passes under the window of Hitler’s new office.


Adolf Hitler, Wilhelm Frick, Hermann Goring as it passes under the window of Hitler’s new office.waving to a torchlight parade in honor of Hitler’s appointment as chancellor


February 1, 1933 as it passes under the window of Hitler’s new office. - Hitler proclaimed his new government officially in power

He did this over the radio instead of in front of the Reichstag, the elected Parliament

The meaning was clear: Hitler no longer needed a Parliament



One of Hitler’s first acts as chancellor was to build the concentration camp at Dachau in March 1933

Jews, communists, and homosexuals were some of the first incarcerated there.


Decrees laws and events after hitler became chancellor
Decrees, Laws, and Events after Hitler became Chancellor build the concentration camp at Dachau in March 1933

  • 1933Hitler suspended the parts of the constitution that dealt with personal freedom

  • Gave government the right to censor mail, listen to private telephone conversations, read telegrams, search homes, confiscate property


  • March 23, 1933 Enabling Act build the concentration camp at Dachau in March 1933

    Government limited the number of Jews who could attend a public high school or teach in one

  • April 1, 1933 Boycott of Jewish owned stores and businesses


  • April 7, 1933 Civil Service Law build the concentration camp at Dachau in March 1933

    Forced Jews and other non-Aryans out of civil service jobs.

    This was the first of over 200 pieces of legislation passed in Germany from 1933 to 1939 designed to segregate, isolate, and demoralize German Jews.


  • May 10, 1933 build the concentration camp at Dachau in March 1933 Government organized book burnings in 30 German cities

    The Nazis burned books written by Jews and other “undesirables”

    More than 20,000 books were burned outside a university in Berlin


Nazi book burning of un german books
Nazi book burning of “un-German” books build the concentration camp at Dachau in March 1933



Hitler declared himself fuhrer after president von hindenburg died on august 2 1934
Hitler declared himself OffspringFuhrer after President von Hindenburg died on August 2, 1934


  • 1935 OffspringAttacks against Jews escalated

    September 15:

    Nuremberg Race Laws Enacted

    Stripped German Jews of citizenship and all political rights

    Mischling Laws specified who was considered Jewish: anyone with even one Jewish grandparent


1936 OffspringThe Olympics took place in Germany. Hitler hid his plans and overt acts. After the Olympics attacks escalated.

Hitler at the opening of the Olympic Games in Berlin, August, 1936


1937 buchenwald concentration camp built

New Offspringprisoners are registered

1937 Buchenwald concentration camp built


November 9 10 1938 kristallnacht
November 9-10, 1938 Offspring Kristallnacht


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