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Adolf Hitler. Mr. Tran. Standard 10.7.3. 3. Analyze the rise, aggression, and human costs of totalitarian regimes (Fascist and Communist) in Germany, Italy, and the Soviet Union, noting especially their common and dissimilar traits. Objective.

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adolf hitler

Adolf Hitler

Mr. Tran

standard 10 7 3
Standard 10.7.3
  • 3. Analyze the rise, aggression, and human costs of totalitarian regimes (Fascist and Communist) in Germany, Italy, and the Soviet Union, noting especially their common and dissimilar traits.
objective
Objective
  • Students will be able to identify the conditions that led to Adolf Hitler obtaining power through a White Board Activity & the creation of a Facebook Page
anticipatory set
Anticipatory Set
  • Explain what a “Snapchat” is.
germany after wwi
Germany After WWI
  • + Germany unhappy & economically unstable
  • + Germany had to pay reparations, admit a war guilt clause, limit its militia, and give up lands (stipulations of Treaty of Versailles)
  • + Germany didn’t have the money to pay back Britain and France (they themselves spent 37 million on war)
snapchat now
SNAPCHAT NOW.
  • Draw a picture that illustrates Germany after WWI.
  • + Best “Snap” gets a point.
inflation in germany
Inflation in Germany
  • + To Solve the problem, Germany printed more money.
  • + This led to inflation
  • - Takes more money to buy a product
  • 1932: Glass of beer $300 million
  • 1932: Loaf of bread $200 million.
  • + MEANT BANK SAVINGS meant nothing to Germans
snapchat now1
Snapchat now
  • Draw a picture that illustrates Germany’s inflationary policies.
  • + Best “Snap” gets a point.
weimar republic
Weimar republic
  • + Name of the government after WWI
  • - Dealt with economic problems
  • - Signed the Treaty of Versailles (unpopular)
  • + Germans blamed them for nation’s problems
weimar republic problems
Weimar Republic Problems
  • Problem 1: Ineffective Constitution
  • - Article 48 of the constitution gave the President sole power in ‘times of emergency’ – something he took often.
  • No way to establish a majority in Reichstag (their legislative government
  • Problem 2: Left-Wing Rebellions
  • Communists hated the new government
  • In 1919, Communist Workers’ Councils seized power all over Germany, and a Communist ‘People’s Government’ took power in Bavaria.
snapchat now2
SNAPCHAT NOW
  • Draw a picture that captures the first two problems of the Weimar Republic
  • - Best Snap gets 2 points.
mo money mo problems
Mo’money, Mo’problems
  • Problem 3: Right-wing terrorism
  • Right wing groups hated government for signing Treaty of Versailles
  • Nationalist terrorist groups murdered 356 politicians
  • Problem 4: Crisis of 1923
  • - In January 1923, Germany failed to make a payment, and France invaded the Ruhr. This humiliated the government, which ordered a general strike, and paid the strikers by printing more money, causing hyperinflation:
snapchat now3
Snapchat Now
  • Draw a picture that captures the next two problems of the Weimar Republic
  • - Best Snap gets 2 points.
as a result
As a Result…
  • Adolf Hitler is able to rise to power.
  • Hitler blamed the Weimar Republic for Germany’s economy
  • Hitler became involved with the NAZI (National Socialist Germany Worker’s Party)
  • Hitler led an uprising against the government but failed. Sent to jail for his actions.
mein kampf
Mein Kampf
  • While in prison, Hitler wrote My Struggle
  • Book claimed Germans were superior race and would conquer all other nations
  • Claimed Jews were inferior and the cause of Germany’s problems and weaknesses in World War I
  • Hitler wrote about his struggles. Write about one of your struggles in your notes.
how was hitler able to rise
How was hitler able to rise?
  • Long-term bitterness - People angry about the First World War and Treaty of Versailles
  • Ineffective Constitution- Weak Constitution = weak government- Some Germans wanted a return to dictatorship
  • 3. Money
  • Hitler had financial support of wealthy businessmen
snapchat this
Snapchat this
  • Draw a picture that captures the first three ways Hitler is able to rise to power.
  • - Best Snap gets 3 points.
how was hitler able to rise1
How was hitler able to rise?
  • 4. Propaganda
  • German masses able to be convinced Jews were to blame
  • 5. Programme
  • Hitler made many promises to people (which as politicians do, people like)
  • 6. Attacks on other parties
  • Hitler’s Storm-troopers attacked people who opposed Hitler. Many afraid to rise up against him
  • 7. Personal Qualities
  • Hitler was brilliant speaker. Good organizer and politician. Believed he had a calling by God to become dictator of Germany and rule the world. Confident.
snapchat this1
Snapchat this
  • Draw a picture that captures the final four ways Hitler is able to rise to power.
  • - Best Snap gets 4 points.
treaty of versailles
Treaty of Versailles
  • + Hitler broke Treaty of Versailles
  • - Starting rebuilding militia (League of Nations did nothing)
  • - German troops moved into the Rhineland (forbidden by treaty)
  • - French and British appeased Germany by giving in to him to keep peace (did not want to fight him).
alliances made
Alliances Made
  • October 1936, Stalin and Hitler reached an agreement that became known as the Nazi- Soviet Pact. A month later, Germany also made an agreement with Japan. Germany, Italy and Japan came to be called the AXIS powers.
student engagement
Student Engagement
  • Adolf Hitler Facebook Page
  • & What People think I do
closing
Closing

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