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Germany - Last minute cramming

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Laurie Johnston

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Germany - Last minute cramming
Events
People
Big years
1919
1923
1929
1932
1933
1934
Hierarchy?
Did it change?

Who was up? Who was down? When?
Figures
Facts
Processes
What do you know about each of these?
£6.6.bn
100000
2.8%
230
196
288
107
12
6.1m
1m
0.5m
2/3
6-10
10-14
14-18
4
6
8

7000m
x3
3.5-26bn
20000
100c.
gold reserves
proportional representation
Article 48
checks and balances
challenges Left and Right
workers of Berlin
Rentenmark
Reichsmark
Dawes and Young
62 countries agreed to peaceful settlement of disputes
1928 Germany back to pre WW1 production
Lebensraum
Grossdeutschland
50000 NSDAP members by 1924
SA 400000 by 1925
Marinus van der Lubbe
400 shot in Night of Long Knives
crime to listen to BBC or tell anti-Nazi joke
Block Wardens
Gestapo Secret Police - about 1 to every 1m
Martin Niemoller and Dietrich Bonhoeffer
modern art and jazz banned
Ein volk, ein Reich, ein Fuhrer
Pimpfen, Jungvolk, Hitler Jugend, BDM
Edelweiss Pirates
Kinder, Kuche, Kirche
birth rate up then down again
women's employment down then up again
DAF - German Labour Front - took place of TU's
RAD- National Labour Service - compulsory work for young men
Hurrah - the butter is all gone
unemployment down, wages up and car ownership up +
longer hours, prices up, invisible unemployment of Jews, women and conscription
boycott, banned from public places, lost citizenship, no intermarriage, banned from professions, register property, ID cards, Kristallnacht, ghettoes
Aryans
Slavs
Untermenschen
Lebensunwertes
Volksgemeinschaft - a German community of blood and soil
The road to 1923
Recovery
Rise of the Nazis
Hitler Chancellor
Consolidating power
Nazi State
Living Standards
Persecution
Questions

1 - INFERENCE (4 MARKS)
2 - DESCRIBE (6 MARKS)
3 - EXPLAIN 1 (CAUSE)
4 - EXPLAIN 2 (CONSEQUENCE)
5 - EXPLAIN 3 (CHANGE)
6 - STATEMENT - DO YOU AGREE (16 MARKS)
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