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Nazi Policies. Mass demonstrations Unceasing propaganda. Nazi Policies. Controlled culture Books were banned and burned Modern art and architecture prohibited Create community events to pull people together. Nazi Policies. Large public works projects (to increase employment)

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Nazi policies
Nazi Policies

  • Mass demonstrations

  • Unceasing propaganda


Nazi policies1
Nazi Policies

  • Controlled culture

    • Books were banned and burned

    • Modern art and architecture prohibited

    • Create community events to pull people together


Nazi policies2
Nazi Policies

  • Large public works projects (to increase employment)

    • Highways, office buildings, sports stadiums, public housing


Nazi policies3
Nazi Policies

  • Private industry allowed and industry owners allowed to make money, but their businesses had to serve the needs of the state.


Nazi policies4
Nazi Policies

  • Appealed to Youth

    • Controlled Schools

    • Established youth organizations


Overall strength
Overall Strength

  • Controlled every aspect of society


Effect on the economy
Effect on the Economy

  • Initially Germany pulls out of the depression before any other Western country, by 1938 there is actually a shortage of workers.

  • Between 1932 and 1938 the standard of living for Germans increased (while the rest of Europe and the US remained mired in the Great Depression)

  • By the end of the war, Germany will be in ruins.


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