Germany 1918-1939 (ii) History Course Public

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This course, which will be divided into two parts, covers Germany from 1919-1939. This is part 2. Amongst the topics covered are The Nazi Police State, Propaganda and Mass Media, Goebbels and Hitlers Foreign Policy. It provides slides, notes and mindmaps helping you understand and review the key learning points. Also included are Germany in transition quiz and flashcards for testing knowledge and helping learn key points.

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This Course provides you with all the learning material you need to cover German history from 1933 to 1939. It starts with learning how the Nazi Party went about tackling economic and farming problems with the Nazi Economic Policy (NEP).
Learn how the Nazi party quickly influenced school curriculum to promote their view of the world and how loyalty was further indoctrinated by introduction of the Hitler Youth. This note also explores the attitude of the Nazi Party to women.
A slide set exploring the attitude of the Nazi Party to minorities in general and the Jewish community in particular. Use these slides to learn more about the steps that the German Government took to persecute minorities and the German public reaction.
These slides will demonstrate the various ways and means the Nazis used to control the German population. As they looked to create a totalitarian state, the SS, the Gestapo and Concentration Camps were all created to add more control.
Hitler believed massively in the importance of propaganda. Amongst the key events covered in this set of Notes are The Nuremberg Rallies, the Olympics in Berlin in 1936 and the Volksgemeinschaft (National Community).
How did Goebbels control media and culture in Nazi Germany? This simple chart outlines the various actions that Goebbels and the Nazi Party took on the main media channels of the day.
This chart outlines 4 Key Reasons as to why there was so little Nazi opposition and shows the impact of this on the political and social landscape at the time.
The events that led ultimately to World War 2 are presented and discussed in this slide set; Germany's rearmament, The Rhineland 1936, The Anschluss 1938, the Munich Agreement and the invasion of Poland.
Review This is an opportunity to review the content outlined in the course. The following modules are:  Flashcards - these remind the individual of the key concepts and events that have been presented in the course Quiz - this presents an opportunity to test your knowledge regarding the content viewed
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Use this Germany Key Concepts and Events flashcard deck to revise all the key terms that you need to know to fully understand the period. It contains 18 of the important terms relating to the period with full explanations of each.
Now that you've reached the end of our Course on Germany in Transition between 1933 and 1939, it's time to see how much you've learnt. This quiz will test your knowledge on aspects of the Course, helping you prepare for your GCSE exam. Good luck!