Jan 2009 To what extent was the increase in electoral support for the Nazi Party 1928-33 the result of effective propganda & electioneering? How far did the Nazis succeed in achieving the aims of their economic policies in the years 1933-41? June 2009 How far was there economic and poitical stability in Germany, 1924-29? How far did Nazi policy towards German Jews change in the years, 1933-41? Jan 2010 How accurate is it to suggest that the Treaty of Versailles was mainly responsible for the political and economic instability in Germany 1919-23?
Shortly after assuming the title of German führer in 1934, Hitler moved to consolidate his rule by controlling the German people through carefully orchestrated propaganda campaigns. • Erwin Rommel (1891-1944) In January 1944, Rommel was made commander in chief of all German armies from the Netherlands to the Loire River. Some themes that I can connect from this event is, in the face of evil and destruction soldiers remain soldiers. This means that even with war in their face, soldier will remain strong and they preserver through. Another theme that can connect with this event is war can only can pain and suffering.
As World War II began, however, Franklin Roosevelt and Congress revised the acts to allow arms trading with the Allies. Lend-Lease Act Germany quickly occupied most of Europe and threatened to invade Great Britain. As German bombers ravaged British cities, the United States decided to help Britain by passing the Lend-Lease Act. This law allowed the United States to lend arms to Britain and, later, to the Soviet Union. Attack on Pearl Harbor On December 7, 1941, Japan attacked the U.S. Pacific Fleet at Pearl Harbor.
A. Plan of Investigation The investigation assesses to what extent the Munich agreement could be held as a success for Hitler. In order to evaluate the outcome of the events in Munich in 1938 to Hitler, the investigation is focused on examining how successfully Hitler achieved his aims, to what extent the Munich Agreement went along with his ideology and popular opinion in Germany and how did it help to promote Hitler’s standing. The written accounts of historians are used to evaluate the role of the Munich Agreement to Hitler. The two sources: “Hitler: The Study in Tyranny” written by Alan Bullock and “The Life and Death of Adolf Hitler” produced by Robert Payne, are evaluated in the essay for their origins, purposes, values and limitations.
Assess the significance of the “Night of the Long Knives” The Night of the Long Knives is significant, because it can be seen as the event that shut down Hitler’s opposition from both sides, through forcibly removing the Conservative elite and the SA as a political threat, while simultaneously gaining the armies support. The event in itself set a bad precedence for Nazi rule and can be seen as the beginning of the Nazi terror state. However, it is suggested Hitler’s removal of the SA, was necessary to stop revolution, on the other hand, it could be said the Night of the Long Knives was Hitler’s way of taking complete control of Germany. One effect of the Night of the Long Knives is its significance in the rise of the SS, led by Himmler, from its minimal standing as an extension of the SA, to independence. Bullock says that: “Himmler’s SS were now given their independence of the SA, and placed directly under Hitler’s orders with Himmler as SS Reichsfuehrer”# this source suggests that Himmler and the SS only became powerful through Hitler’s direction.
Out of all the wars that the world has gone through, none has been more devastating as World War II. Although the definite origin or cause of this World War II can be argued over, some of the most popular reason till today remains the Appeasement, anger over Treaty of Versailles, the failure of peace efforts after World War I, the rise of Fascism, the goals of Hitler. Adolf Hitler became Chancellor of Germany in January 1933. Almost immediately he began secretly building up Germany's army and weapons. In 1934 he increased the size of the army, began building warships and created a German air force.
Several attempts from both the left and right sides of government tried to imbue the nationalistic beliefs that were embodied in Germany before they were destroyed by their humiliating defeat in WW1. These include the Spartacist uprising, the Kapp Putsch and the Munich Beer Hall Putsch. The disillusionment felt by the people and their need to restore pride in their nation influenced many factors that led to the failure of the democracy, and to the rise of the Nazi political party and its leader Adolf Hitler. In hindsight, a mixture of political, social and economic issues, combined with nationalistic goals give grounds to the reason that nationalism mainly brought about the fall of the democracy of the Weimar Republic in Germany. By the outbreak of WW1 in August 1914, Germany was well established as a major and prominent world power.
The investigation will address the question from a positivist approach, analyzing various sources, including books, websites and documentaries. The two sources selected for evaluation, The Storm Of War by Andrew Roberts, and How Hitler could have won World War II: The Fatal Errors That Lead To Nazi defeat, by Alexander Bevin, will be evaluated for their origins, purposes, values and limitations. B: Summary of Evidence “The Stalingrad campaign in Russia in 1942 is one of the most poignant examples ever recorded of a ruler engineering his own destruction” (Bevin 145). The campaign started with Operation Blau. Blau was the next step in Operation Barbarossa, created to focus on the invasion of the Caucasus and Southern Russia in the summer and autumn months (Preston 132).
The Nordic people. Today their decedents live in Finland, Denmark, Sweden, Norway and GermanyAll of these things and issues:Represent Hitler's views, attitudes, plans and programmes to achieve his Weltanschauung (or World View) as expressed in Mein KamphHard work, isnt it?But once you know what Hitler believed in, then you can explain nearly everything about Nazi Germany. THE BOS HSC QUESTION QUESTIONAccess/Explain/Describe/Evaluate the role of Adolf Hitler as leader of Germany between the years of 1933-1939?The Big Tips are:Understanding WHY hitler did what he did. There was a motive behind EVERY programme he started.What were his viewpoints on selected issues?Part 1: Mein KampfWhat were his comments on: The Aryan Race', TerrorHitler's Inner Circle:Helped to define, and enforce, Hitler's policies. You must know them, jyst enough.
General von schleicher stopped supporting von papen and decided he himself should become chancellor, this triggered of a power struggle between von schleicher nd von papen, which ended with them handing power to Hitler. Hitler was made Chancellor in 1933 after von Papen persuades Hindenburg. Von Papen thought that as long as there were a limited number of Nazis in the cabinet then Hitler could be controlled. Von Papen was wrong. Another thing was there was the weakness of the Weimar government, which played its part.