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Gabby Wise Fishbone
1 As a result of the degrading nature of the Nazi view towards women, a social revolution was undertaken to redefine the role of Women in Germany.
2 Was there a social revolution in Nazi Germany?
2.1 Ralf Dahrendorf (Historian)
2.2 David Shoebaum (Historian)

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  • Towards the bottom of the no side because some of his quotes can be used to support either side of this arguement
2.2.1 Mary Fulbrook (Historian)

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  • “The Nazi Party was, in the early 1920s, but one among many nationalist and volkisch radical political groups. It was catapulted to prominence with the onset of economic recession in the late 1920s… The Nazis owed their spectacular to a combination of two discrete sets of factors: first, their distinctive organisation and strategy; and secondly, the wider socio-economic conditions which created climates of opinion and sets of grievances on which the Nazis could prey.”
2.2.1.1 Ian Kershaw (Historian)

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  • “Within the Nazi Party, the beginnings of a personality cult around Hitler go back to the year before the [Munich] putsch… Outside these small groups of fanatical Bavarian Nazis, Hitler’s image and reputation at this time – so far as the wider German public took any notice of him at all – was little more than that of a vulgar demagogue, capable of drumming up passionate opposition to the government among the Munich mob, but of little else.”
2.3 Paul Madden (Historian)

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  • “Since the inception of the Nazi Party, social scientists have attempted to define its nature in terms of its membership. Scholars have described the party variously as a class movement, a regional movement, an anti-urban revolt against modernity, a generational revolt, even as a collection of losers, cut-throats and criminals.”
2.4 Adolf Hitler

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  • “If today I stand here as a revolutionary, it is as a revolutionary against the Revolution.”  Nazi fuhrer
2.5 The role of Women in Germany post WW1 was drastically different to the role of Women during the Nazi era
2.5.1 The gender policies imposed by the Nazis had a negative impact on German Society
2.5.1.1 Were the changes to the role of women in Nazi Germany truly revolutionary or were they reformist
2.5.1.2 Painting - The Family by Wolf Wilrich
2.5.1.3 Kinder, Kuche, Kirche
2.5.1.3.1 Textbook, pg 339 -341

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  • Figure 11.36
  • Source 11.17 (Textbook pg. 340) A letter to Hitler from several women, published in Leipzig newspaper in 1934.
2.5.1.4 Leila J. Rupp

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  • A majority of historians have ignored the role of Women, when they research and discuss Nazi Germany.
2.5.1.5 Josef Goebbels

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  • Source 11.16 (Textbook pg. 340) Josef Goebbels speaking in 1929
2.5.2 Leila J. Rupp
2.5.3 Textbook, pg.339
2.5.4 Aryan Doctor

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  • Source 11.18 (Textbook pg.340) Advertisment for a wife
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