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The Diary of Anne Frank

The Diary of Anne Frank

The Diary of Anne Frank. Review/Discussion. Hitler. Hitler had a tragic childhood, losing his family at an early age He was denied admission to art school in Vienna. Hitler tried to escape the draft for WWI. As a result, he was imprisoned for 5 years. Hitler’s Rise to Power.

By emily
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Hitler’s Rise to Power

Hitler’s Rise to Power

Hitler’s Rise to Power. A little background. Wanted to be an artist – father wanted him in public service After father died – he dropped out of high school tried to get into an art academy – denied WWI veteran Was a victim of mustard gas. Origins of the Nazi Party.

By benjamin
(189 views)

Unit 12 The Great Depression and World War II 1929—1945

Unit 12 The Great Depression and World War II 1929—1945

Unit 12 The Great Depression and World War II 1929—1945. 1. What is impressive about this scene? 2. What is the importance of the parade, and how does it illustrate Nazi values?. I. The Great Depression A. Economic Disaster Strikes

By bernad
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CHAPTER 4:

CHAPTER 4:

CHAPTER 4:. Authoritarian Regimes – Case Study: Nazi Germany. Focuses of Chapter 4. What led to the rise of Hitler / the Nazi Party? Weaknesses of Weimar Republic Strengths of Hitler / the Nazi Party How did Hitler become the dictator of Germany by 1934?

By clyde
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Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl

Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl

Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl. Holocaust Notes. Holocaust – literally means: a great or complete devastation or destruction, especially by fire a sacrifice completely consumed by fire; burnt offering. Holocaust.

By kipp
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Nazi Germany Timeline

Nazi Germany Timeline

Nazi Germany Timeline. 1918-1939. Nov 1918 Armistice. June 1918 Treaty of Versailles. Jan 1919 Spartacist Uprising. Aug 1919 Weimar Constitution. Sept 1919 Hitler joins DAP. 1919-1922 376 political murders. Feb 1920 25 point programme. Aug 1920 DAP changes its name to NSDAP.

By liliha
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The Final Solution

The Final Solution

The Final Solution. to the “Jewish Question”. The Final Solution. The Final Solution was the Nazis’ systematic approach to solve their “Jewish question” by eradicating every Jew in Europe during World War II.

By yonah
(327 views)

BOWLING FOR FASCISM: SOCIAL CAPITAL AND THE RISE OF THE NAZI PARTY IN WEIMAR GERMANY, 1919-33

BOWLING FOR FASCISM: SOCIAL CAPITAL AND THE RISE OF THE NAZI PARTY IN WEIMAR GERMANY, 1919-33

BOWLING FOR FASCISM: SOCIAL CAPITAL AND THE RISE OF THE NAZI PARTY IN WEIMAR GERMANY, 1919-33. Shanker Satyanath Nico Voigtländer Hans-Joachim Voth (NYU) (UCLA and NBER) (UZH and CEPR). 26 May 2015.

By dusty
(128 views)

Adolf Hitler: The Rise of a Madman

Adolf Hitler: The Rise of a Madman

Adolf Hitler: The Rise of a Madman. US History. Childhood 1889-1907. Adolf Hitler is born in Austria on April 20 th , 1889. During his childhood he struggled developing a positive relationship with his father. Moved around Austria until his father died when he was 14. (1903).

By synnove
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Nazi Propaganda

Nazi Propaganda

Nazi Propaganda. What is propaganda? Propaganda is the use of the Media to aggressively promote one point of view. Propaganda is ‘brainwashing’ of the public, convincing them of an ideological viewpoint. Propaganda. Activity

By huyen
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Chpt 10 Pre World War II

Chpt 10 Pre World War II

Chpt 10 Pre World War II. Russia…Communism…Stalin. Lenin dies in 1924…Joseph Stalin takes his place as leader of the Communist party Stalin means “Man of Steel” like his personality – suspicious, cruel, ruthless

By verity
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The Rise of Hitler

The Rise of Hitler

The Rise of Hitler. He joins a party and transforms it into the Nazi party Attempted to overthrow the Bavarian government and was put in prison for 9 months While in prison wrote “Mein Kampf” (My struggle). Hitler's Profile. 1913 – moved to Germany

By zasha
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Treaty of Versailles

Treaty of Versailles

Treaty of Versailles. Effects on Germany. What were the political, social and economic effects of the T.o.V. on Germany from 1919-1924?. Introduction paragraph- Background information and thesis statement. You may include document.

By arista
(642 views)

How did the Nazis change their tactics between 1924 and 1929?

How did the Nazis change their tactics between 1924 and 1929?

How did the Nazis change their tactics between 1924 and 1929?. After failing to take over power by. in the. Hitler was. and put in. The Nazi Party was. When in. he wrote a. called ‘Mein Kampf’. Whilst in. the party. It looked to be. When Hitler was released in 1924 after.

By ivan
(398 views)

SECOND WORLD WAR

SECOND WORLD WAR

SECOND WORLD WAR. THE OUTBREAK OF WWII. By Polly Tong. Totalitarianism in Germany. Totalitarianism became a popular political system after the First World War. Under this system, a dictator or a political party :  had all the political power;  ruled with an ideology; and

By MikeCarlo
(198 views)

WWII Propaganda

WWII Propaganda

WWII Propaganda . How the Nazis used propaganda to garner support for their political agenda. Propaganda.

By ashby
(200 views)

By year 6

By year 6

By year 6. About World W ar ll. World War ll was a war between the United Kingdom and Germany. Children were evacuated and wore a tag Women would stay behind and work for the war. Solly. All about World War II.

By rio
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Nazi Propaganda

Nazi Propaganda

Nazi Propaganda. Terror gegen die Deutschen. Source: http://www.calvin.edu/academic/cas/gpa/stamps.htm. Frage .

By cael
(171 views)

Pictures of Hitler

Pictures of Hitler

Pictures of Hitler. Primary sources: pictures. Hitler at ceremony of construction of the autobahn. Hitler speaks to the widow of a Nazi party member. Hitler interacts with supporters. Hitler greets a soldier. Hitler greets child. Crowd cheering.

By verna
(143 views)

The rise of the Nazi Party

The rise of the Nazi Party

The rise of the Nazi Party. 1929-1939. Reasons for popularity of extreme nationalism across Europe. Middle-class fears of the rise of Communism Suspicion and dislike of banks as a result of the Great Depression Popular mythology linking banks and the Jews

By dirk
(181 views)

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