BraydenCarlsonandSam Fath
Nazi Germany
http://www.freemasonrywatch.org/hitler_occult.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swa...
BraydenCarlsonandSam Fath
From the Adige tothe Belt,
|: Germany,Germanyabove everything,
Above everythinginthe world! :|
T...
BraydenCarlsonandSam Fath
Consequences:Those whodidn’tcomplywiththe Nazishadtoexpectdiscrimination,persecution,
Imprisonme...
BraydenCarlsonandSam Fath
Enemy countries(orderedby percentage killed– highestto lowest):
Poland
Balticcountries
Germanyan...
BraydenCarlsonandSam Fath
He orderedthe AirMinistrytoplanto build1,000 war planes
For twoyears,the German militaryexpanded...
BraydenCarlsonandSam Fath
Married womenwere excludedfromcivil servicesandotherprofessions
Employerswere encouragedtoemploy...
BraydenCarlsonandSam Fath
oppositiontovote againstthem
Attemptswere alsomade tocensorprivate communications,suchas mail an...
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  1. 1. BraydenCarlsonandSam Fath Nazi Germany http://www.freemasonrywatch.org/hitler_occult.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swastika#Germanic_antiquity http://www.encyclomedia.com/history_of_the_swastika.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sturmabteilung http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deutschlandlied 1) The salute:The “HitlerSalute”isoriginallyfromthe Roman Salute which was picked up by Mussolini inItaly and latertakenby Hitler.Itbecame mandatory in 1926. It showed commitment within the party and made a statement to the outside world. Hitler’sideologyor Aryan principle: Hitler’sideologywas“the basicprinciple of blood”.He believedall “true” Germanswere Aryanwhose bloodwasthatof the highestdegree.GodhadcreatedAryansas perfectmenbothphysicallyandspiritually. The swastika: In Das GeheimnisderRunen(The Secretof the Runes) there were sacredsymbolsof ancientAryanknowledgewhen interpretedproperlycouldprovide anunderstandingof spiritual forces He usedthe swastika,whichhe depictedasan occultsymbol of salvation,torepresentthe victoryof the Aryansoverthe lowerraces inMein Kampf Hitlerhadviewedthe swastikaassymbolizing".. . the missionof the struggle forthe victoryof the Aryanman,and ... the victoryof the ideaof creative work,whichassuch alwayshasbeen and alwayswill be anti-Semitic Symbolslike the swastikabecome pointsof reference forwhich those arounditcanrallyand unite, regardlessof the cause. The flag: He also stated:"AsNational Socialists,we see ourprograminour flag.In red, we see the social ideaof the movement;in white, the nationalisticidea;inthe swastika, the mission of the struggle for the victoryof the Aryanman, and,by the same token,the victoryof the ideaof creative work." Slogans: Kinder,Kirche,Kuche (Children,Church,Cooking) The anthem: Duringthe Nazi era,onlythe firststanza of Das Deutschlandlied(The Songof Germany) was used,followedbythe SA (The SturmabteilungorStormtroopers) songHorst-Wessel-Lied(also knownas Die Fahnehoch or The FlagUp High) Germany,Germanyabove all, Above all inthe world, When,forprotectionanddefence,italways takesa brotherlystandtogether. From the Meuse to the Memel,
  2. 2. BraydenCarlsonandSam Fath From the Adige tothe Belt, |: Germany,Germanyabove everything, Above everythinginthe world! :| The flag high!The rankstightlyclosed! SA march withcalm,firmsteps. Comradesshotby the RedFront andreactionaries March inspiritinour ranks. Clearthe streetsforthe brown battalions, Clearthe streetsforthe stormtroopers Alreadymillionslookwithhope tothe swastika The day of freedomandbreadisdawning! Roll call has soundedforthe lasttime We are all alreadypreparedforthe fight! SoonHitler'sflagwill flyoverall streets. Our servitude will soonend! The flag high!The rankstightlyclosed! SA marcheswitha calm,firmpace. Comradesshotby the RedFront andreactionaries March inspiritinour ranks. http://www.breinersdorfer.com/texte_htm/U2010,%20WuM.ENG.pdf http://home.intekom.com/southafricanhistoryonline/pages/classroom/pages/projects/grade9/lesson5/ 01-nazi.htm 2) The lack of human rights: Destructionof democracyandthus abolishmentof all democraticrightsandfreedoms Creationof a single partystate undera “Fuehrer” Extensive restrictionsof freedomof religion Replacementof religionwithnational socialisticideologywithitsatheisticallydriven masterrace and Fuehrercult Eliminationof the rightof freedomof speech, Eliminationof freedomof pressandintroductionof censorship Restrictionof freedomtotravel Discriminationof all “none Germanselements”especiallythe Jewishpeople inall aspectsof life Erectionof concentrationcamps,euthanasia,forcedsterilisationandthe eventual industrial genocide of the EuropeanJews You cannot choose whoyouwantin governmentorforwhichparty youwantto vote,because there is onlyone party andany oppositiontothatparty iscrushed You cannot reallychoose whatnewsyouwanttoread or hear,because the mediaiscensoredtocomply withwhatthe state wantsyouto know You weren'tnecessarilytoldwheretoworkor to live,whomtomarry or how manychildrentohave,but people were encouragedtodowhatthe state wantedthemtodo.
  3. 3. BraydenCarlsonandSam Fath Consequences:Those whodidn’tcomplywiththe Nazishadtoexpectdiscrimination,persecution, Imprisonmentanddeath.Brutal enforcementagainstdissidents andsocalled “subhumanbeings”waspartof dailylife of the system -literallyapartof everyday life. Someone defendingthe humanrightsfightingforfreedomandequalityandagainst discriminationinasituationlike thiswouldbe apublicenemy justlike the Jews http://www.hawaii.edu/powerkills/NAZIS.CHAP1.HTM http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Holocaust 3) The killingof enemies:Bygenocide,the murderof hostages,reprisalraids,forced labour, "euthanasia,"starvation,exposure,medical experiments,andterrorbombing,andinthe concentration and deathcamps,the Nazismurderedfrom15,003,000 to 31,595,000 people,most likely20,946,000 men,women,handicapped,aged,sick,prisonersof war,forced labourers,campinmates,critics, homosexuals,Jews,Slavs,Serbs,Germans,Czechs,Italians,Poles,French,Ukrainians,andmanyothers. Amongthem1,000,000 were children undereighteenyearsof age.Andnone of these monstrousfigures eveninclude civilianandmilitarycombatorwar-deaths. People were machinegunnedinbatches,shotinthe headatthe edge of trenches,burnedalive while crowdedintochurches,gassedin vansor fake showerrooms,starvedorfrozento death,workedto deathincamps, or beatenortorturedto deathsimplybecause of theirrace,religion,handicap,orsexual preference. Enemies: JewsinEurope JewsinGermany Romani people (Gypsies) Homosexuals People withdisabilities Poles·SovietPrisoners Of War Jehovah'sWitnesses Disabledandmentallyill Aged Sick Prisonersof War ForcedLabourers Camp Inmates Critics Homosexuals The political left
  4. 4. BraydenCarlsonandSam Fath Enemy countries(orderedby percentage killed– highestto lowest): Poland Balticcountries Germanyand Austria BohemiaandMoravia Slovakia Greece Netherlands Hungary ByelorussianSSR UkrainianSSR Belgium Yugoslavia Romania Norway France Bulgaria Italy Luxembourg RussianSFSR Finland Demark Organizations responsible forHolocaust: Nazi Party Schutzstaffel (SS) Gestapo Sturmabteilung(SA) http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/germany_and_rearmament.htm http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_did_Hitler_become_so_strong_and_why_did_he_want_the_world_to _himself 4) Strong military: HitlersawNazi Germanyas being at the centre of Europe andas the greatpowerof Europe,the nationneededastrongmilitary In 1933, Hitlerorderedhisarmygeneralstoprepare to treble the size of the armyto 300,000 men.
  5. 5. BraydenCarlsonandSam Fath He orderedthe AirMinistrytoplanto build1,000 war planes For twoyears,the German militaryexpandedinsecret.ByMarch 1935, Hitlerfeltstrongenoughtogo publiconNazi Germany'smilitaryexpansion - whichbroke the termsof the VersaillesTreaty Nazishad2,500 war planesinitsLuftwaffe andanarmy of 300,000 menin itsWehrmacht There wouldbe compulsorymilitaryconscriptioninNazi Germanyandthatthe armywouldbe increased to 550,000 men. Hitlerstated,fromeventhe 1920's, that he wanted"lebensraum"(orlivingspace) forthe German people asa whole,wherevertheyexisted. http://www.slideshare.net/delnicholl/how-did-the-role-of-women-change-in-nazi-germany-summary 5) Sexism:Role wasthat theyshouldbe goodmothersbringingupchildrenathome while their husbandsworked From theirearliestyears,girlswere taughtintheirschoolsthatall goodGermanwomenmarriedata youngage to a properGermanand that the wife’stask wasto keepadecenthome forher working husbandandto have children. All women - marriedorsingle - shouldhave 4 childrenandthatthe fathersof these childrenhadtobe "raciallypure" Womenwere notexpectedtowearmake-uportrousers. The dyeingof hair wasnot allowednorwasperms. Onlyflatshoeswere expectedtobe worn. Womenwere discouragedfromslimmingasthiswasconsideredbadforchildbirth Womenwere encouragedtohave a well builtfigure asslimwomen,soitwastaught,wouldhave problemsinpregnancy Womenwere alsodiscouragedfromsmoking,notbecause itwaslinkedtoproblemswithpregnancies but because itwasconsiderednon-Germantodoso. Welfare paymentsformothers
  6. 6. BraydenCarlsonandSam Fath Married womenwere excludedfromcivil servicesandotherprofessions Employerswere encouragedtoemploymenopposedtowomen Abortionwasrestrictedandbirthcontrol forAryanswas condemned Theydidit because of traditional values,sexism,childrenandmore jobsformenas womenfilledtheir duties Slogan: Kinder,Kirche,Kuche (Children,Church,Cooking) http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/propaganda_in_nazi_germany.htm http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/censorship_in_nazi_germany.htm http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Censorship_in_Germany 6) Mediaand Censorship:CensorshipensuredthatGermanscouldonlysee whatthe Nazi hierarchy wantedpeople tosee,hearwhattheywantedthemtohearand readonlywhatthe Nazisdeemed acceptable The Nazi police dealtwithanyone whowent outsideof these boundaries.Censorshipdominatedthe livesof the ordinarycitizeninNazi Germany. The prime moverincensorshipwasthe Ministerof Propaganda,JosephGoebbels Newspapers,radioandall formsof mediawere putunderthe control of the Nazis The filmindustrybecame controlledbythe Nazis Music by GustavMahler andFelix Mendelssohnwasbannedastheywere bothJews.Jazzwasalso banned TellingjokesaboutHitlerbecame aseriousoffence - one tosendyouto the concentrationcamps and potentiallydeath. the secretpolice orthe 'normal'police ensuredthatthe ruleswere kept Anyone whowantedtogo outside of the desiredpartynormfacedthe mostseriousof consequences People ingeneral wereexpectedtoreportanythingunacceptabletotheirlocal partychief Those whoopposedthe Nazi Partyhad to be convincedthatitwas pointlesscontinuingwiththeir
  7. 7. BraydenCarlsonandSam Fath oppositiontovote againstthem Attemptswere alsomade tocensorprivate communications,suchas mail andevenprivate conversation,withmixedresults. The aim of censorshipunderthe Nazi regime wassimple:toreinforce Nazi powerandtosuppress opposingviewpointsandinformation.Punishmentsrangedfrombanningof presentationandpublishing of worksto deportation,imprisonment,orevenexecutionina concentrationcamp. 8) National Security

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