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The Nazi Party

By: Aurora & Bianca
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Rory Roar

on 26 April 2010

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The Nazi Party The beggining of the Nazis:
Founded in 1919, Hitler joined the National Socialist German Workers' Party or in other words the Nazis. After working his way up through the ranks of the party, he bacame the party leader in 1921. Since the Nazi Party had power within the government it assumed dictatorship and Hitler became the Fuher (Leader of Germany). The Swastika:
Hitler and his Nazi party used to represent their patriotism, and give the people of Germany inspiration to keep following him as their leader. This symbol gave the people of Germany a sense of security that convinced them that they will rise again.
The Nazi's hatred towards the Jewish Race:
Since Hitler was the source of power in the Nazi Party, he was able to control the people around him using propaganda. The Jewish race during that time was very successful with their family buisnesses, and most were well off. After being forced to sign the Treaty of Versailles, Hitler used the Jewish race as a scapegoat to blame all their troubles on. The first breakout:
When the Nazi Party came to an agreement that the Jews were to blame, they decided to move into action. Trying to define their place in Germany, on the night of November 9th, 1938 the violence came down. By the end of the night 250 synaogues and 7,000 Jewish buisnesses were broken into and destroyed. That night is now known as Kristallnacht or "The Night of the Broken Glass". The ending result:
After Kristallnacht and the stripping of basic human rights the Jewish were suffering. They were forced to close down their family businesses and could only shop from certain stores during certain hours in the day. The party then came up with a plan to "exterminate" the Jewish race. forcing them into overcrowded concentration camps and forced to work, many people died. After four years the Holocaust ended and the leader of the nazi party commited suicide. In this picture hitler is raising his hand to salute the people of Germany.
http://gallery.bizhat.com/showphoto.php/photo/13330 In this picture hitler and members of the nazi party are standing together with their Swastika patches sewn to thier uniforms. http://www.memo.fr/article.asp?id=con_edg_008 In this picture Jewish prisoners in a concentration camp are standing behind an electric fence. http://top-10-list.org/2009/09/02/great-inventions-that-went-bad-for-mankind/ This is a picture of the swastika used as a symbol of unity and power, that was sewn onto their uniforms. http://adsoftheworld.com/media/print/alma_magazine_swastika This is a picture of the aftermath of Kristallnacht. -National archives and records administration, college park, md. http://www.ushmm.org/outreach/en/article.php?ModuleId=10007697
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