Hitler 1933-1938

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Quiz on Hitler 1933-1938, created by Natalie Czer on 10/12/2017.

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Question 1

Question
How did Hitler become a dictator?
Answer
  • Foreign Policy
  • The Police
  • The Lateran Pacts
  • The Reichstag Fire
  • Terror
  • Enabling Act
  • Banned Political Parties

Question 2

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The [blank_start]Nazis[blank_end] took [blank_start]control[blank_end] of the [blank_start]Police force[blank_end] which allowed the [blank_start]SA[blank_end] to beat up or kill any [blank_start]Political Opponents[blank_end]. They also set up a [blank_start]secret[blank_end] police known as the [blank_start]Gestapo[blank_end] to keep an eye on the population.
Answer
  • Nazis
  • control
  • Police force
  • SA
  • Political Opponents
  • secret
  • Gestapo

Question 3

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In [blank_start]February[blank_end] [blank_start]1933[blank_end] the [blank_start]German[blank_end] [blank_start]Parliament[blank_end] building, [blank_start]The Reichstag[blank_end] burned down as a [blank_start]form[blank_end] of [blank_start]protest[blank_end] by a [blank_start]Dutch[blank_end] [blank_start]Communist[blank_end].
Answer
  • February
  • 1933
  • German
  • Parliament
  • The Reichstag
  • form
  • Communist
  • protest
  • Dutch

Question 4

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In [blank_start]March[blank_end] 1933, after the [blank_start]Reichstag Fire[blank_end], [blank_start]Hitler[blank_end] passed the [blank_start]Enabling Act[blank_end] that gave him [blank_start]power[blank_end] to pass [blank_start]laws[blank_end] without getting them [blank_start]approved[blank_end] by the [blank_start]parliament[blank_end]. He took advantage of this and used the [blank_start]Reichstag Fire[blank_end] as an excuse to ban the [blank_start]Communist[blank_end] party.
Answer
  • March
  • Reichstag Fire
  • Hitler
  • Enabling Act
  • power
  • laws
  • approved
  • parliament
  • Reichstag Fire
  • Communist

Question 5

Question
[blank_start]Hitler[blank_end] believed that [blank_start]Ernst Rohm[blank_end] had too much [blank_start]power[blank_end] over the [blank_start]SA[blank_end] and was a [blank_start]threat[blank_end] to him. The [blank_start]night of the long knives[blank_end] was when [blank_start]Ernst Rohm[blank_end] was [blank_start]murdered[blank_end] and [blank_start]Communists[blank_end] were [blank_start]prosecuted[blank_end].
Answer
  • Hitler
  • Ernst Rohm
  • power
  • SA
  • threat
  • night of the long knives
  • Ernst Rohm
  • Communists
  • murdered
  • prosecuted
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