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Nazism hitler


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  • 2.  Adolf Hitler  What did Hitler want? Nazism Nazi  Support for the Nazis decline  Hitler recognizes Nazis  Beginning of  What was the Holocaust?  What is Fascism?  Hitler’s death  Conclusion ABHISHEKsingh
  • 3.  Adolf Hitler was an Austrian -born German political and the leader of Nazi party(1934-1945).  The term Nazi was used as derogatory reference to a backwards peasant or, more generally, a foolish, clumsy or awkward person.  The world war II started on 1st September 1939 when German invaded Poland and Britain and France declared war on Germany. ABHISHEKsingh
  • 4.  He was born on 20th April,1889 and dreamed of being an artist.  He became influenced by writings of Karl Laager, the Mayor of Vienna.  He developed a deep hatred for the Communists and the Jews.  He was associated with the rise of fascism in Europe, World War II and the Holocaust.  Hitler served nine months of his 5-year sentence in prison, where he wrote the famous Mein Kampf. ABHISHEKsingh
  • 5. Lebensraum-’’living space”. Annexed Austria in 1938. Militarism-he began rearming Germany breaking the treaty of Versailles. Rhineland-move troops into the Rhineland territory. Hitler promised German stability, job, to end weak democracy and to reverse the Versailles Treaty. ABHISHEKsingh
  • 6.  Nazism is ideology and practice of the National Socialist German Workers' Party which is also known as Nazi party.  They are especially anti-semitism, anti-slavism and belief in the superiority of the Germanic races.  Nazism and Communism emerged as two serious contenders for power in Germany after the First World War, particularly as the Weimar Republic became increasingly unstable. ABHISHEKsingh
  • 7.  In 1919 Hitler joined the German workers party as a spy for the German government.  In 1920 the party changes its name to NSDAP(Nazis) and adopts the 25 points program.  Hitler became leader in 1921 and adopted the swastika emblem.  He planned to first take the Bavarian government and them march to Berlin. ABHISHEKsingh
  • 8.  Germany did well under Stresemann, chancellor of Germany – support for extremists declined.  The Nazi party splits and support declined dramatically.  In 1924 the Nazis win 24 seats in the Reichstag.  In 1928 the Nazis lose more seats and they got 12 seats in the Reichstag.  Hitler decided to reform the party to place it under his complete control. ABHISHEKsingh
  • 9.  In 1925 Hitler re-launched the NSDAP(Nazi).  Power was concentrated in the leader.  Hitler decided to use elections and works to exploit the weakness and democracy and the constitution to gain power rather than through revolution.  The Nazis work to get support from industrialists both financial and political.  Special section set up for students ,teachers, youth and farmers. ABHISHEKsingh
  • 10.  Nazi plan to kill all Jews.  Why Jews? Anti-Semitism ,Hitler's belief in the master race ,totalitarianism, seen as greedy, evil, backstabbing.  6 million Jews murdered in camps in Europe.  5 million others are killed like gypsies, mentally ill, homosexuals. ABHISHEKsingh
  • 11.  Nation comes first.  Uses nationalism and racism.  Glorifies violence – believes it is needed to “prove” strength of a people.  Irrational politics – emphasize street fighting.  Dictatorships and Germany became fascist. ABHISHEKsingh
  • 12.  On 1st September 1939, Germany invaded Poland.  On 3rd September 1939, Allies declare war on Germany.  Hitler defeats Poland in a month.  Germany then invades France, Belgium, etc in May 1940.  Then Hitler invades Russia. ABHISHEKsingh
  • 13. Axis Powers Germany Italy Japan Allied powers Great Britain Soviet Union United States Frances - surrendered to Germany in 1940 after 6 weeks. ABHISHEKsingh
  • 14.  Towards the end of WW2 Germany’s out looked appeared grim.  Hitler refused to give in.  Battle of the Bulge resulted when Allied had crossed the German border.  Allies proceeded to push Germany further back , German offensive had clearly failed by January 1945. ABHISHEKsingh
  • 15.  Hitler was unable to deal with the defeat which killed him mentally.  He and his wife Eva Braun committed suicide on April 30, 1945.  He shot himself with his own pistol.  On May 7, 1945 Germany surrendered unconditionally. ABHISHEKsingh
  • 16.  The Nazi empire was created by violence, lived by violence and was destroyed by violence.  Hitler is remembered in history simply for the fact that he was a tyrant that wanted absolute power.  If Hitler had not started the war someone else would have done and so he can’t be the only guilty.  It is very difficult to know the exact meaning of Hitler’s statement “ Ever since I was a young boy I knew what I had to do and why I had to do it ’’. ABHISHEKsingh
  • 17. References ABHISHEKsingh
  • 18. Thank you Abhishek singh ABHISHEKsingh