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9 history 2.8.11

  1. 1. Lijin Golden
  2. 2. Major Aspects First World War (1914 to 1918) Period in between First and Second World War (1919 to 1939) Second World War (1939 to 1945) Nazism (1922 to 1939) and (1939 to 1945) Hitler (1922 to 1933) and (1933 to 1939) and (1939 to 1945)
  3. 3. I What is Nazism First World War Period Course of the war Allies and Central Powers Results of I W.W - World level and Germany Economic - World level and Germany
  4. 4. 2 Weimar Republic Circumstances of the birth of Weimar Republic Supporters of Weimar Republic How they achieved stability – Rentenmark Problems faced by the Weimar Republic Politically it was a failure Woodrow Wilson and his 14 points Formation of League of Nation Versailles Treaty major agreements and aspects
  5. 5. 3 Economic Crisis in USA Causes Effects Great Depression Effects in Germany Inflation in Germany Meaning – Allies, Genocidal, November Criminals, Reparation, Deplete and Wall street Exchange
  6. 6. 4 Adolf Hitler Early Life Formation of Nazi Party Initial attempts made by the Nazis Promises made by Hitler Elections attended by the Nazi party Calibers of Adolf Hitler Mein Kamph Hitler achieved the throne of chancellorship and president.
  7. 7. 5 Hitler and his Dictatorship Destruction of Democracy Communists and their condition Banned the civic rights and media Enabling Act Police System under Nazis Recovery methods of Hitler Economic plan and Economist Economic plan- S F W C P and Results Foreign Policy- Austria, Sudentenland and Brittain
  8. 8.  Second World War Allied and Axis power blocks Course of the War Time Line Result of the War Death of Hitler Formation of UNO Meaning- Nordic German Aryans, Concentration camp, Propaganda
  9. 9.  IDEOLOGY OF NAZISM Superior and Inferior Human and Subhuman Desirable and undesirable Pure and Impure Role of Darwin and Spencer Theory of Racialism Theory of Geography- lebensrum No alternative – Physical elimination Condition- Jews, Gypsies, Russians, Black and Poles
  10. 10.  Nuremsberg Law of Citizenship- 1935 Stages of Death Exclusion Gettoisation Annihilation Meaning- Usurers, pauperised, Concentration camp, Gypsies, Gas Champers
  11. 11.  Nazis Approach Jews- Ghettos Undesirables Poles- Government general Nazis Approach Children- Schools, Text book, Separation, race test, sports activity Oath after preliminary training Youths- Organisations, Hitler Youth Women- Girl students, Honor of Cross and Punishments
  12. 12.  Nazis Approach Language Media Approach of Common people towards Nazism Resistance Movements National Socialism Capitalism Bolshevism The third Reich of Dream Holocaust