GCSE History

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revision - how did Hitler and the Nazi party gain support 1929-1933
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  1. the Nazi's were able to go from being an obsecure political party to being the largest party in the Reichstag becuase
    • they had attractive policies
    • Hitler had a good personality
    • the Nazi's had financial backing
    • they had propaganda
    • and they had the S.A.
  2. attractive policies - the Nazi's had attractive policies . They made the sort of promises ................................. . They promised different things to different groups . To the unemployed they promised ......................................... . To the boses they promised to get rid of .................... . They said they would help German farmers , shopkeepers and employers to become prosperous . To women , they promised to ............. . They also promised to make Germany into a great power once again and to restore peoples pride ( for example by ................. ) . these policies .............
    • people wanted to hear
    • to provide jobs in state financed public work schemes (such as building motorways)
    • trade unions and communists
    • restore family values
    • tearing up the treaty of versailles
    • widened the appeal of the Nazi's
  3. the personality of Hitler - A lot of the appeal of the Nazi's focused on the leader himself . he was a .......... figure and a ....... ...... . he had a ...... ..... and was able to ............ ..... his audience ..... .... . he believed that it was his destiny to become ..... .... .... and .... ..... ... , and this self belief made others have faith in him
    • charasmatic
    • brilliant speaker
    • powerful voice
    • deeply impress
    • when he spoke
    • dictator of Germany
    • rule the world
  4. Nazi finacial backing - the Nazi part needed money in the years 1929-1933 in order to .............................. . they needed finaces to put up ................ and hold large ...... , as this would increase their ...... ..... and ..... . In ........ the Nazi's were close go bankrupty but several ............................................................................
    • run successful election campaigns
    • millions of posters
    • rallies
    • public profile
    • support
    • 1928
    • rich , right wing buisnessmen were impressed with their policies and decided to donate money into the party
  5. Nazi finacial baking - the buisnessmen who donated money to the Nazi part included :
    • Hugenburg
    • Alfred Krupp
    • The Nazi's even got help of foreign buisnenessmen , such as Henry Ford who was anti-Semetic
  6. Nazi finacial backing - Hudenburg owned a number of ............. in Germany
    newspapers
  7. Nazi finacial backing - Alfred Krupp was the owner of a German ......... ............
    steel company
  8. The role of the S.A. - the SA gave the impression that the Nazi party was :
    well organised and strong
  9. the role of the S.A. - they wore :
    a brown uniform and marched around the streets , holding torchlight parades and waving Nazi flags
  10. The role of the S.A - the SA impressed :
    young men and boys and made them want to join the party
  11. the role of the S.A. - by 1832 the S.A. had over ............ million members
    2
  12. the role of the S.A. - the SA beat up :
    political opponents of the Nazi's and smashed up their election meetings
  13. the role of the S.A. - the ...... were a particular danger to the Nazi's because .....................................
    • communists
    • their support had also risen dramatically after 1929
  14. the role of the S.A - the depression had led to left wing supporters turning towards the :
    communist party in large numbers
  15. the role of the S.A - the communists promised to
    set up an equal society and share out wealth , which appealed greatly to the poor
  16. the role of the S.A - the communists promised to set up an equal society and share out wealth , which appealed greatly to the poor . the S.A. therefor targeted
    communist party election rallies . They started fights to break up meetings which made it harder for the communists to run an election campaign
  17. Nazi propaganda - ....... ........ was in charge of the Nazi propaganda , and was brilliant at his job . he ensured that the :
    • Joesef Goebebels
    • Nazi message was spread throughout Germany in an effective way
  18. Nazi propaganda - How did Josef Goebbels ensure that the Nazi message was spread throughout Germany in an effective way
    • he did this through
    • Nazi party rallies
    • The "Hitler over Germany campaign"
    • Nazi posters
  19. Nazi propaganda - Nazi party rallies - these were ...... .......... , which thousands of people would attend in order to hear Hitler speak
    huge meetings
  20. Nazi propaganda - Nazi party rallies - these rallies were impressive , ....... ....... ....... , which made many people believe that Hitler was the only person who could ....... ..... .......
    • well organised meetings
    • solve the depression
  21. Nazi propaganda - The Hitler over Germany campaign - very few people travelled by air in the 1930's but , but Goebbels decided to use :
    planes to transport Hitler . He flew all over Germany , from rally to rally , which allowed him to speak to thousands of people . It made him look modern and dynamic
  22. Nazi propaganda - Nazi posters - Goebbels ran an effective poster campaign , showing the Nazi part to be ..... , ........ ...... and ....... of ..... .....
    • strong
    • well organised
    • capable
    • ruling Germany
  23. Nazi propaganda - Nazi posters - many posters focused on :
    Hitler but others showed the effects of the depression , suggesting the Nazi's were the German people's only hope

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