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Rise of the Nazi Party Timeline

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marah kelsey richards

on 5 February 2013

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Transcript of Rise of the Nazi Party Timeline

Rise of the Nazi Party 1918 WWI ends 1919 Treaty of Versailles Germany was disarmed and forced to pay reparations to France and Britain for the huge costs of the war. -The loss of the war injured German national pride

-Military and political leaders claimed Germany had been "stabbed in the back" by the left wing politicians, Communists, & Jews Creation of the NAZI Party -German Workers' Party was a right-winged group of demobilized soldiers

-1919 Hitler joined the party he quickly rose to a leadership roll & encouraged national pride, militarism, and a commitment to the Volk.

-He changed the name of the party to National Socialist German Workers' Party (NAZI Party) Volk: Racially "pure" German. It was a feeling of superiority of German culture and the idea of a universal mission for the German people. 1920 Führer Hitler -Hitler becomes official Führer & the party grows to 3,000 Beer Hall Putsch 1923 Mein Kampf 1925 1929 Great Depression 1932 -Hitler's armed attempted coup in Munich
-the effort failed and leaders, including Hitler, were arrested for high treason -Hitler used the courtroom at his public trial as a propaganda platform & gained public support for his courage to act
-a right-winged sympathetic judge sentenced Hitler for 5 years with parole
-Hitler was released after 1 -radical ideas of German nationalism, antisemitism, and anti-Bolshevism and linked to Social Darwinism

-became the ideological base for the Nazi Party's racist beliefs and murderous practice -Hitler was released form prison and resurrected the Nazi Party
-The Conservative military hero Paul von Hindenburg and Germany was stabilized 1925-1929 -Hitler works his way back up through the ranks and is now the one and only to whom Party members swore loyalty unto death

-highly centralized; he made all final decisions

-Party grew from 27,000- 108,000

-the party moved its focus to rural areas and grew in popularity with university students, veterans' organizations, and professional groups.

-the group was largely lower middle-class men -According to Hitler, the racially inferior: Jews and the Slavic peoples, notably the Czechs, Poles, and Russians

-"All the human culture, all the results of art, science, and technology that we see before us today, are almost exclusively the creative product of the Aryan..."

-subjugated peoples actually benefit by being conquered because they come in contact with and learn from the superior Aryans. However, he adds they benefit only as long as the Aryan remains the absolute master and doesn't mingle or inter-marry with inferior conquered peoples.

-The Jews are engaged in a conspiracy to keep this master race from assuming its rightful position as rulers of the world -unemployment doubled; 1 in every 3 was out of work
-Weimar Republic is unable to cope -German government relied on foreign capital mainly
loans from the US and foreign trade

-the US called up debts and demand for German
exports dried up

-production falls, workers laided off, banks begin to fail, & inflation made it difficult for Germans to buy necessities

-cast middle-class families on the brink of poverty and people began looking for a solution German Economy -Hindenburg ran at age 84 and won the election for president
-Hitler and NAZI Party gain more and more popularity with each election
-SA brownshirts at 400,000 and create a culture of street violence
-German economy still weak
-Weimar Republic spends all efforts trying to fix the economy
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