Nazi Economic Policy

Tomiwa Oko-Osi
Flashcards by Tomiwa Oko-Osi, updated more than 1 year ago
Tomiwa Oko-Osi
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gcse History Flashcards on Nazi Economic Policy, created by Tomiwa Oko-Osi on 05/30/2013.

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How did the Nazi's help the farmers? The Nazis helped the farmers with the Reich Entailed Farm Law which gave protection from the banks and the Reich Food Estate of 1933 which ensured the Government bought from the farmers. However farmers hated the Nazi's getting involved with their stuff.
Successes of Nazi Economic Policy -Strength through Joy (KdF) -Streets were safe- no crime -Farmers pay increase by 40% -Food production increased by 20% -Sufficient in eggs, sugar, bread, potatoes, meat, grains...
Failures of the Nazi Economic Policy -Figures were false -They needed the women they sacked in 1937 -Limitations made them work 60-72 hours a week -Farmers didn't like Nazi getting in their work -Conscription forcing men to work -If you were unemployed you would have to take the first job offered or face arrest for being work-shy -Food production not sufficient to feed population
What is GLUFA? German Labour Front Limitations Unemployed False Figures Agriculture
What does SdA stand for? Beauty of Labour, it was to help make Germans realize work is good and if you could work, you should or you were classed as "Work-shy". The SdA abolished trade unions, banned strikes and gave more power to Industrialists- causing wages to fall and people to work longer hours.
What does SdA stand for? Beauty of Labour, it was to help make Germans realize work is good and if you could work, you should or you were classed as "Work-shy". The SdA abolished trade unions, banned strikes and gave more power to Industrialists- causing wages to fall and people to work longer hours.
What is Autarky? Autarky was self-sufficiency. Germany tried to make itself an autarky but failed as they did not have enough food to go around from the farmers and they still had to rely on imports.
When did re-arming begin? Re-arming began in 1935, with the idea of "Guns before butter". They trained their armed forces secretly in Russia, and increased by 5x the amount the ToV allowed by March 1935
By 1939 how many people were unemployed? 0.3 million. BUT only 'cos of false figures 'cos da Nazis sacked women and Jews.
By 1939 how many people were unemployed? 0.3 million. BUT only 'cos of false figures 'cos da Nazis sacked women and Jews.
By 1939 how many people were unemployed? 0.3 million. BUT only 'cos of false figures 'cos da Nazis sacked women and Jews.
What is an 'Autobahm' A motorway, people constructed them as a job to not only improve Germany but create jobs.
What was the RAD? National Labour Service, every man aged 18-25 must spend 6 months in the RAD to prepare to be a soldier.
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