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Opposition to Hilter and the Nazi Party

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Opposition to Hilter and the Nazi Party

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Opposition to Hilter and the Nazi Party

  1. 1. Learning Objectives: Identify various groups opposed Hitler and the Nazi regime? Explain reasons why different people opposed the Nazis and describe various methods of opposition? Evaluate the threat of different opposition groups to Hitler? Opposition to Hitler and the Nazi Party
  2. 2. How could people show their opposition in Nazi Germany? LO: Explain reasons why different people opposed the Nazis and describe various methods of opposition? Martin Niemoller Do you recognise this poem? Do you think people are reluctant to speak up for others? Why might people have been reluctant to speak up in Nazi Germany?
  3. 3. How could people show their opposition in Nazi Germany? LO: Explain reasons why different people opposed the Nazis and describe various methods of opposition? 1. Attempted Coup D'état 2. Underground Resistance and Open Opposition 3. Passive Resistance 4. Private Grumbling Count von StauffenbergDietrich BonheofferSophie SchollJews
  4. 4. In pairs read Source 1-10 on pg. 88-89. Decide what kind of opposition each source is and why they might be a danger to the Nazi regime. • The Northeim Societies • Elsbeth Emmerich’s mother • Von Blomberg and von Fritsch • Shipyard worker • People in Berlin café, 1934 • Workers on a train • Anna Rauschning • Schroer, the delicatessen owner • Paster Grueber How could people show their opposition in Nazi Germany? LO: Explain reasons why different people opposed the Nazis and describe various methods of opposition? 1. Attempted Coup d'état 2. Underground resistance and open opposition 3. Passive resistance 4. Private grumbling
  5. 5. Which form of resistance was more common – direct or passive? Why? How could people show their opposition in Nazi Germany? LO: Explain reasons why different people opposed the Nazis and describe various methods of opposition?
  6. 6. How much opposition was there? LO: Explain reasons why different people opposed the Nazis and describe various methods of opposition? Attempted Coup D'état • Hardly any – in 10 years of Nazi rule there were not Coups. Only in latter years were there plots against Hitler. Underground Resistance and Open Opposition • Not a lot – But more than most realised. Many produced anti Nazi leaflets, sabotaged factories, acted as spies. Passive Resistance • Quite common – Many refused to join the Nazi Party – members of banned political parties meet in secret. Private Grumbling • Very widespread – Ordinary Germans resented many aspects of the Nazi regime – no private lives, SA bullies, propaganda, meetings, parades
  7. 7. Which Groups offered the greatest treat? LO: Identify various groups opposed Hitler and the Nazi regime? Each group has some information about one opposition group, and each of you has a worksheet to fill in. • The White Rose Group • Dietrich Bonhoffer • Martin Niemoller • Political Opponents • The Kreisau Circle • The Edelweiss Pirates You five minutes to review and discuss the information and complete one row of your table. You must make sure that you each understand the info because I will be taking it off you and then asking you to teach it to others!
  8. 8. Which Groups offered the greatest treat? LO: Identify various groups opposed Hitler and the Nazi regime? One expert will stay at your table – the other group member will move to the next table, whose ‘expert’ will teach you about a new opposition group so you can fill in the next row. You must also inform that tables expert about your opposition group. You will have 4 minutes at each table.
  9. 9. Group Confident  So-so ... ? Need to look again  Political opponents Martin Niemoller Dietrich Bonhoffer The White Rose group Edelweiss Pirates The Kreisau Circle Which Groups offered the greatest treat? LO: Evaluate the threat of different opposition groups to Hitler?
  10. 10. Quiz, Quiz, Trade LO: Identify various groups opposed Hitler and the Nazi regime? Write one Q and A based the last two lessons (Home Front and the Opposition to the Nazi Party) Try not to make it too obvious! When I say – move around the room and pair up, taking it in turns to ask your question. If your partner doesn’t get it first time – give them two hints before telling them the answer. Then swap cards and move on
  11. 11. Homework LO: Identify various groups opposed Hitler and the Nazi regime? Read Pages 150 -155. Add notes to your worksheet from todays lesson and complete the ‘fill in the blanks worksheet’. Remember in one week you will have your mock! Start to review the unit and make a note of the areas you are unsure of. If there is time we will have one lesson to do some revision.

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