Germany & Nazis 1924-1939
This Power Point provides a short biography of Hitler and background regarding the creation of the Nazi Party.
This Power Point provides a brief history of the early years of the Nazi Party including the Munich Putsch and shows how Hitler was able to gain complete domination of the Party.
This Power Point provides an insight into the economic crisis, which is essential in explaining why extremism on both the left and the right became more likely.
This Power Point provides the students with an overview of the factors that increased the popularity of Hitler and the Nazi Party in the early 1930s.
This Power Point examines the reasons why, despite their suspicions, the conservative elite decided to make Hitler Chancellor.
This Power Point identifies the moves made by the Nazis that very quickly ensured they destroyed the last vestiges of democracy in Germany.
This Power Point describes the methods used by the Nazis to consolidate power.
This Power Point provides a consideration of the significance of Hitler ‘s role in German politics in the 1930s.
This Power Point identifies the means by which the Nazis were able to ensure they kept a tight grip on power in the years 1933 -1939.
This Power Point examines the forces used by the Nazis to prevent the rise of any significant opposition. It provides an insight into the creation of a Police State.
What were the economic policies of the Nazi party. Were these policies successful?
How did the Nazis use propaganda to strengthen their rule in Germany, 1933-1939?
This Power Point discusses the Nazi attitude to the young and their means of creating support from young people and, in the long term, a pliable military force.
This Power Point considers both those who co-operated with the state and the difficulties that faced those who opposed the regime.
This Power Point provides a consideration of the reasons why the Nazis adopted racist policies and in particular focussed on the Jews.
This Power Point examines the increasing levels of persecution faced by the Jews of Germany from 1933 onwards.