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Nazi Party Presentation

Quinn and Nebyu

Nebyu Haile

on 26 November 2012

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Transcript of Nazi Party Presentation

A Film was released called "Triumph of the Will" it was a Nazi propaganda film lead by Leni Reifenstahl. It was filmed during the Nazi Party's sixth Party Rally Nazi Party (Neo Nazi) 1919 Nazi party In 1919, with a small group of men, Anton Drexler and the journalist Karl Harrer created the Nationalist Socialist Germans worker party. Joined 1919 In 1919 Adolf Hitler also joined the nazi party
because he was frustrated by germany's defeat in WW1,
which left the country economically depressed. Three
years after in 1921, Adolf Hitler became the leader
of the Nazi party. 1929's Economic Downfall Adolf Hitler's Persuasion Karl Harrer Anton Drexler The Beliefs of the Nazi Party The Nazi party promoted German nationalism and
antisemitism and felt the the treaty of verailles
was unjust Adolf Hitler became a public speaker
and begin to attract new members to the party.
From all the unemployment and hunger form the
economic depression because of WW1, the party
became a good source of hope. In 1929, the economic statis of Germany got worse.The Nazi party capitalized on the situation by winning the election in the government. In 1932, the Nazi party gained 230 seats out of 608 seats in the German government. Under Nazi Rule Under the Nazi rule, all the other political parties were banned. The Nazi's opened the first concentration camp in Dachau Germany to house political prisoners. Once Hitler gained control of the government, he undid the treaty of Versailles to restore Germany. Which gave a source of hope to the German people which lead people to believe in Hitler. Hitler's Rule Nuremberg Rally The Nuremberg Rally was an annual rally held in Germany from 1923-1928. It's importance of the rally was for Hitler to gain power and the Nazi party to gain recognition. Facts about the Nazi party According to statistics The Nazi Party had about 1,300 concentration camps Hitler commited suicide on April 30th, 1945 Nazi's Quest to dominate Europe After conquering Poland, Hitler wanted to defeat Britain. The Nazi Party formed an alliance with Japan and Italy in the Tripartite Pact of 1940. After that, the non-aggression pact with the Soviet Union ended and Germany launched a blitzkrieg invasion on the Soviet Union. United States Enters the Battle The nickname Nazi was taken from the first word of its full name, Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter-Partei After the United States entered the war in 1941, Germany found itself fighting in North Africa, Italy, France, the Balkans. The Nazi party was fighting and dominating Europe but now they are losing. United states flag German FLag The Nazi's did not only hate Jews ,they included Gypsies, Slavic peoples, especially Russians, and many, many others. Also included were people with mental or physical disabilities, homosexuals, and anybody the Nazis didn't like for whatever reason. The logical conclusion of all this hatred was to kill the hated, and between 1939 and 1945, they did as many as they could lay their hands on. The Defeat of the
Nazi Party After the war, the allies occupied Germany and outlawed the Nazi party . The Nazi party's swastika flag became a symbol of evil and despair in Germany. A number of Nazi were convicted of war crimes and were put on trial for their actions. Nazi's Hatred Swastika Supporters of the Nazi Party gathering Nazi Party Effect on Germany's Economy Unemployment – this had risen to over 6 million by 1932
• Inflation and hyperinflation – Germany had faced devastating hyperinflation in 1923 when $1 = 4,200,000,000,000 marks
• Self-sufficiency (autarky) - Germany relied on overseas trade for vital raw materials and food supplies. Part of the reason Germany had lost the Great War was because it hadn’t been able to maintain these supplies. Hitler hoped to make Germany self-sufficient.
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