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  • Street violence where Nazi member rioted and caused mahem in the streets, following dead 2 communist members were shot dead by hitler’s men.Bar fights occurred resulting in casualties from both sides. Sympathies lie with Nazi party for their loses.SA members move an kill many key opposing party members to Hitler’s regime. Hitler is appointed chancellor. Hitler takes power after Hindeburge’s death. Declaring illegally as the supreme ruler.
  • World war II PP

    1. 1. World War II<br /> The Loss <br /> of a <br /> Generation<br />
    2. 2. WWI ended in late 1918.<br />Treaty of Versailles<br />Stab in the back legend<br />Otisarchives3, Comeback April 30, 1919, Blind - His Sacrifice and Yours<br />January 30th 2008, Attribution license. Via Flickr<br />
    3. 3. Hitler’s Beginning<br />Born April 20 1889<br />Enlisted man in WWI<br />Quickly became influential member<br />1919 joined the “Nazi” party<br />Paul Von Hindenburg<br />Unknown Author, ca. 1920 – 1924 Hitler as young man.<br />Attribution no derivative. Via wikicommons<br />
    4. 4. Leading to Power<br />Named 555 member<br />Head of Propaganda<br />Out Spoken Party leader<br />Rosaluxemburg January 22 2009 Untitled attribution no derivative. Via flickr<br />
    5. 5. Why Him?<br />Why did the people choose him?<br />Was there opposition to his rise<br />The current government’s response?<br />Political standing.<br />
    6. 6. Key points in Rise<br />Hitler went to jail for treason.<br />Wrote a book depicting his ideals.<br />Sentenced to 5 years<br />Served 8 months<br />Time in Jail was easy.<br />StephMcGlenchy, October 16, 2007, Book from above, Attribution , via Flickr<br />
    7. 7. Early 1930’s<br />March 10, 1931<br />February to April of 1932<br />Late 1932<br />January 30, 1933<br />August 2, 1934<br />
    8. 8. Enabling Act of 1933<br />laws without Reichstag<br />Huge move for Hitler gaining power.<br />Cabinet is sidestepped by Hitler’s chancellorship<br />Unknown Author, 23 March 1933, Title: Rede Adolf Hitlers zum Ermächtigungsgesetz. Attribution. Via Wikicommons<br />
    9. 9. Hitler’s Hate<br />Bias towards jews, gypsies, different races, etc.<br />Genius gone crazy.<br />They are the world’s problem.<br />Daniel Ullrich, Febrary 8 2005, JudensternJMW, Attribution, via wikicommons<br />
    10. 10. Holocaust Beginning<br />September 1st 1939<br />Socialism was “Jewish” idea.<br />They were the cause of everything bad.<br />Ghettos were set up<br />Concentration camps were being made.<br />Auschwitz, Buchenwald, Majdanek.<br />
    11. 11. Concentration Camps<br />Blatant News, October 15 2009, Jewish victims of the Nazi holocaust during World War 2, Attribution. Via flickr<br />Private H. Miller, 16 April 1945, Slave laborers at Buchenwald, Public Domain, Via wikicommons<br />Walter Chirchersky, April 16 1945, Nazi Concentration Camp, Public Domain, wikicommons<br />
    12. 12. Remember<br /> ≈6 million<br /> ≈9 million<br /> ≈17 million<br />Arnold Samuelson 3 June 1945 Buchenwald Samuelson, Public Domain, Wikicomons<br />
    13. 13. Imagine<br />Walter Chirchersky, April 16 1945, Nazi Concentration Camp, Public Domain, wikicommons<br />
    14. 14. Both Side’s Lose<br /> ≈16 million<br /> ≈45 million<br /> ≈61 million<br /> ≈8 million<br /> ≈4 million<br /> ≈12 million<br />
    15. 15. Final Dates<br />April 12th 1945<br />April 30th1945<br />August 9th 1945<br />August 15th 1945<br />September 2nd1945<br />
    16. 16. <ul><li>Otisarchives3, Comeback April 30, 1919, Blind - His Sacrifice and Yours
    17. 17. January 30th 2008, Attribution license. Via Flickr
    18. 18. Unknown Wikipedia.org The Holocaust October 1st2010
    19. 19. Walter Chirchersky, April 16 1945, Nazi Concentration Camp, Public Domain, wikicommons
    20. 20. Arnold Samuelson 3 June 1945 Buchenwald Samuelson, Public Domain, Wikicomons
    21. 21. Daniel Ullrich, Febrary 8 2005, Judenstern JMW, Attribution, via wikicommons
    22. 22. John Simkin April 2010, Spartacus Educational http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/GERhitler.htm.
    23. 23. Unknown Author, 23 March 1933, Title: Rede Adolf Hitlers zum Ermächtigungsgesetz. Attribution. Via Wikicommons
    24. 24. Unknown Author, ca. 1920 – 1924 Hitler as young man. Attribution no derivative. Via wikicommons
    25. 25. Blatant News, October 15 2009, Jewish victims of the Nazi holocaust during World War 2, Attribution. Via flickr
    26. 26. Private H. Miller, 16 April 1945, Slave laborers at Buchenwald, Public Domain, Via wikicommons
    27. 27. Walter Chirchersky, April 16 1945, Nazi Concentration Camp, Public Domain, wikicommons
    28. 28. Unknown Author, 23 March 1933, Title: Rede Adolf Hitlers zum Ermächtigungsgesetz. Attribution. Via Wikicommons
    29. 29. Multiple Authors October 3rd 2010 World War II www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WW_II, Attribution, via wikipedia
    30. 30. John Simkin April 2010, Spartacus Educational http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/GERhitler.htm. </li>

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