Intro to second presentation of 12-Year Reich

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This presentation covers the period 1936-1939. This is the series of events leading to the outbreak of World War II.

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Intro to second presentation of 12-Year Reich

  1. 1. The 12-Year Reich 1933-1945 Session 2 Prelude to War, 1936-1939
  2. 2. For Further Study A.J.P. Taylor, The Origins of the Second World War, 1961. P.M.H. Bell, The Origins of the Second World War in Europe, 1986. David Gruenbaum, Hitler’s Social Revolution, topical chapters as interested Kershaw, vol II, pp.xxxv-230
  3. 3. Key points from Session 1 in the first year and a half Hitler consolidated his dictatorship the military received all it could wish for; first secretly, then openly despite continuing economic problems, employment and living conditions improved more rapidly than any had thought possible the weakness of the democracies was shown by the series of steps by which Hitler destroyed the Versailles and Locarno settlements Hitler was widely and wildly popular among the German masses
  4. 4. Deutsche Arbeitsfront
  5. 5. Gestapo I.D.
  6. 6. Labor Department
  7. 7. Ancestor table Text Proof of Aryan Race
  8. 8. Reinhard Heydrich
  9. 9. The 1 pot program is so None need hunger
  10. 10. anti-Semitic children’s book
  11. 11. Who would creative be, must happy be!
  12. 12. For the Führer---the children
  13. 13. BDM in the service of the Winter Help Program everyone wear the flower of the WHW on Sunday 4 Nov also You must Sacrifice
  14. 14. Sports Day for the BDM
  15. 15. Chart for calculating degree of “Jewishness” according to the Nuremberg Law, 1935
  16. 16. Germans! Protect Yourself! dont buy from Jews!
  17. 17. German Maiden your calling leader in the Reich’s Labor Service
  18. 18. The 12-Year Reich 1933-1945 Session 2 Prelude to War, 1936-1939
  19. 19. For Further Study A.J.P. Taylor, The Origins of the Second World War, 1961. P.M.H. Bell, The Origins of the Second World War in Europe, 1986. David Gruenbaum, Hitler’s Social Revolution, topical chapters as interested Kershaw, vol II, pp.xxxv-230
  20. 20. Key points from Session 1 in the first year and a half Hitler consolidated his dictatorship the military received all it could wish for; first secretly, then openly despite continuing economic problems, employment and living conditions improved more rapidly than any had thought possible the weakness of the democracies was shown by the series of steps by which Hitler destroyed the Versailles and Locarno settlements Hitler was widely and wildly popular among the German masses
  21. 21. AGNA, 1935
  22. 22. Spirit and Beauty
  23. 23. the German greeting
  24. 24. Glaube und Schönheit Belief and Beauty
  25. 25. Warning! This man wants you for the Lebensborn program
  26. 26. You too (can grow up to be an SS man)
  27. 27. Der Führer Eid quot;Ich schwöre bei Gott diesen heiligen Eid, dass ich dem Führer des deutchem Reiches und Völkes, Adolf Hitler, dem Obersten Befehlshaber der Deutschen Wehrmacht, übertrage unbedingten Gehorsam, und als tapferer Soldat bereit sein will, jederzeit für diesen Eid mein Leben einzusatzen.quot; The Führer Oath “I swear by God this sacred oath, I will render unconditional obedience to the Führer of the German Reich and people, Adolf Hitler, supreme commander of the Wehrmacht, and, as a brave soldier, I will be ready at any time to stake my life for this oath.” August 2, 1934 and thereafter
  28. 28. Jews are not wanted in Behringersdorf
  29. 29. Italy’s second Abyssinian War
  30. 30. The Geneva (League of Nations) No
  31. 31. Recycle
  32. 32. Hitler’s Army adjutant, Col. Friedrich Hoßbach
  33. 33. For Further Study A.J.P. Taylor, The Origins of the Second World War, 1961. P.M.H. Bell, The Origins of the Second World War in Europe, 1986. David Gruenbaum, Hitler’s Social Revolution, topical chapters as interested Kershaw, vol II, pp.xxxv-230
  34. 34. Key points from Session 1 in the first year and a half Hitler consolidated his dictatorship the military received all it could wish for; first secretly, then openly despite continuing economic problems, employment and living conditions improved more rapidly than any had thought possible the weakness of the democracies was shown by the series of steps by which Hitler destroyed the Versailles and Locarno settlements Hitler was widely and wildly popular among the German masses
  35. 35. Pictures of the German races 1 Nordic race Westfalian race Western race
  36. 36. Racial shame
  37. 37. Draft card
  38. 38. I collect for the WHW
  39. 39. You are nothing Your race is everything!
  40. 40. to you calls the SS
  41. 41. Recruit practicing the Prussian Goosestep
  42. 42. “Protective custody”
  43. 43. For Further Study A.J.P. Taylor, The Origins of the Second World War, 1961. P.M.H. Bell, The Origins of the Second World War in Europe, 1986. David Gruenbaum, Hitler’s Social Revolution, topical chapters as interested Kershaw, vol II, pp.xxxv-230
  44. 44. Key points from Session 1 in the first year and a half Hitler consolidated his dictatorship the military received all it could wish for; first secretly, then openly despite continuing economic problems, employment and living conditions improved more rapidly than any had thought possible the weakness of the democracies was shown by the series of steps by which Hitler destroyed the Versailles and Locarno settlements Hitler was widely and wildly popular among the German masses
  45. 45. see what awaits us tomorrow, if the Common Front disarms France
  46. 46. A united Volk breaks the chains (of the Versailles diktat)
  47. 47. Spanish Republican poster
  48. 48. poster for the Saar Plebiscite We died for you! And you?
  49. 49. Dear Brother Welcome we are so to the glad to see you Homeland home again Saar Homecoming 1935
  50. 50. The Fascist Foreign Hordes invade our Territory ANTIFASCISTS! let us always be sure to bury them in our soil
  51. 51. The Eagle Special Edition Condor Legion at the Front! German Volunteers fight for Spain
  52. 52. Picasso’s “Guernica”
  53. 53. Postcard urging the non-Aryan and anti-Nazi Austrians to get out
  54. 54. Poster for the Anschluß Plebiscite
  55. 55. Anschluß Plebiscite Ballot
  56. 56. Austria free! one Volk one Reich One Führer
  57. 57. Germany becomes Greater Germany 13 • March • 1938
  58. 58. Sudetenland
  59. 59. Sudetendeutsch pin
  60. 60. troops enter Sudetenland unopposed 5 October 1938
  61. 61. soldiers tear open the Polish border barrier 1 September 1939
  62. 62. Campaign in Poland
  63. 63. Air Victory over Poland
  64. 64. For Further Study A.J.P. Taylor, The Origins of the Second World War, 1961. P.M.H. Bell, The Origins of the Second World War in Europe, 1986. David Gruenbaum, Hitler’s Social Revolution, topical chapters as interested Kershaw, vol II, pp.xxxv-230
  65. 65. Key points from Session 1 in the first year and a half Hitler consolidated his dictatorship the military received all it could wish for; first secretly, then openly despite continuing economic problems, employment and living conditions improved more rapidly than any had thought possible the weakness of the democracies was shown by the series of steps by which Hitler destroyed the Versailles and Locarno settlements Hitler was widely and wildly popular among the German masses

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