Who supported the Nazis and why
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They feared the communists and their ideas, so the Nazis appealed to them
Horrified at Germany's humiliation of WW1 and the Treaty of Versailles. They wanted to make Germany great again
Terms of Treaty of Versailles meant their factories had to be closed. They feared the communists and wanted a new government
Found it hard to get jobs they felt they had no future. The SA attracted them as it offered them (the males) a sense of purpose
Worried about their pensions as a result of depression
Saw Weimar government as weak, so they were attracted to the Nazis as it promised a strong goverment with traditionally right-wing views.
The areas they mostly lived had been taken away by the Treaty of Versailles. They were desparate for a party which would help them
Name given to the Nazis because they had support from lots of different groups of people in Germany
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