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What is a bully?. Question 1- What words would you use to describe bullying behavior? Question 2- Why do you think other people follow this sort of behavior? . Guiding Questions- Hitler letter on Treaty of Versailles. As you fill out Document Analysis Form keep these questions in mind.

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what is a bully
What is a bully?
  • Question 1- What words would you use to describe bullying behavior?
  • Question 2- Why do you think other people follow this sort of behavior?
guiding questions hitler letter on treaty of versailles
Guiding Questions- Hitler letter on Treaty of Versailles
  • As you fill out Document Analysis Form keep these questions in mind.
  • Be aware of date.
  • What words help you to describe Hitler’s tone.
  • What message do you think Hitler is sending to the world?
hitler s rise to power

Hitler’s rise to power

How was it possible?

essential question
Essential Question
  • How was Adolf Hitler able to rise to power and gain German support that would defend his Nazi ideology, at the expense of millions??
  • What occurred prior to World War 11 for German citizens to be so susceptible to such evil power?
nazi ideology
Nazi ideology
  • Adolf Hitler’s NAZI party encouraged national pride, militarism, and a commitment to a racially "pure" Germany.
  • fueled anti-Semitism by calling for expulsion of Jewish people.
  • identified with lower middle classes.
  • rural and small town areas
terms of treaty of versailles
Terms of Treaty of Versailles
  • Several territories belonging to Germany taken and given mostly to France, Belgium
  • All oversea territory lost
  • Germany’s army reduced to 100,000 men; no tanks, no air force
  • Reduced navy- no submarines
  • “War Guilt Clause“- Germany responsible for starting war- pay reparations- £6,600 million

EFFECT- ignites Nazi party – 27,000 members by 1925

guiding questions germany s letter to great britain 1939
Guiding Questions: Germany’s letter to Great Britain 1939
  • Keep this is mind as you fill out second box in Document Analysis form.
  • What is Hitler’s tone in this letter? How is it different then letter in 1923?
great depression of 1929
Great Depression of 1929
  • plunged Germany further into economic catastrophe.
  • Stock Market Crash in 1929 one cause Nazi party rise to 108,000
  • Germany relied on foreign funds and trade.
  • Loans called in
  • Unemployment
  • inflation
  • Weimar Republic blamed
rhetoric
Rhetoric

“He used simple, straightforward language that ordinary people could understand, short sentences, powerful, emotive slogans... There were no qualifications in what he said; everything was absolute, uncompromising, irrevocable, undeviating, unalterable, final. He seemed... to speak straight from the heart, and to express their own deepest fear and desires... “

persuasive speeches
Persuasive Speeches
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Q-6H4xOUrs&skipcontrinter=1
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6hEzs7x5aEM&skipcontrinter=1
guiding questions letters from nazi soldiers
Guiding Questions: Letters from Nazi soldiers
  • Was the young boy proud at time, to be part of Hitler’s youth?
  • How does he view Germany?
  • Does he appear to justify reason for following Hitler?
  • Compare stories of German soldiers. How was life on the battlefield contrary to Nazi beliefs?