Section B
   YES                      NO   Women were limited       Factory workers got    to career                 what was pr...
   Little active resistance because the fear and    efficiency of police state and    indoctrination/propaganda. Many Ger...
   Liked Jazz music and    organised mixed    parties.   Dressed in US fashions   Lived in port towns    north east Ger...
   Enjoyed    singing, camps, walk    s.   Refused to attend    Hitler youth   194, passed info to    allies (treason)...
   University students of    Munich   Led by Hans and Sophie    scholl   Published/ distributed    anti- Nazi literatur...
   Criticised Nazi Regime,    treatment of Jews,    Violation of human    rights   Ended Aktion t4   Very high level of...
   Refused to go along    with Nazi conversion of    churches   Outspoken critic of Nazi    regime   Set up a protestan...
   Catholic and protestant churches had    immense influence in German society   Nazi’s were unable to use violent metho...
   Were taken more seriously than protestant    churches because church ministers came    from the Vatican city and prote...
   Franz von Papen made an agreement with    the catholic church   Hitler offered protection of religious    freedom, no...
   Less of a threat because:   Leaders can be intimidated by Nazis   Protestants were sympathetic to Nationalism   His...
   The criticism of the Nazi’s increased ministers    refused to keep quiet because of the    persecution of minority gro...
 Nazi’s failed to suppress Christianity and turn  Germans away from it Protestants hoped Hitler would restore the  statu...
   Propaganda opportunity for Nazi regime    because Hitler wanted to promote German    technology, Aryanism, German effi...
   NO   YES                       Alarmed at German   World impressed by         militarism    facilities and         ...
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Resistance, churches and Olympics during nazi germany

  1. 1. Section B
  2. 2.  YES  NO Women were limited  Factory workers got to career what was promised opportunities  School boys enjoyed The treatment of HJ Jews/gypsies  Business men- Churches- treatment restored order to of the disabled country Minor groups- Nazi  Made lives more ideology secure
  3. 3.  Little active resistance because the fear and efficiency of police state and indoctrination/propaganda. Many Germans were content with the regime Passive resistance was more commonplace, however still limited because of fear of the culture of denouncing.
  4. 4.  Liked Jazz music and organised mixed parties. Dressed in US fashions Lived in port towns north east Germany Expressed dissent against Nazi’s ‘swing Heil’ Refused to attend Hitler youth Low level threat
  5. 5.  Enjoyed singing, camps, walk s. Refused to attend Hitler youth 194, passed info to allies (treason) Moderate level of threat
  6. 6.  University students of Munich Led by Hans and Sophie scholl Published/ distributed anti- Nazi literature Listened to foreign radio and passed info on the war Passed intelligence to the allies High level of threat, the Scholl’s executed 1943
  7. 7.  Criticised Nazi Regime, treatment of Jews, Violation of human rights Ended Aktion t4 Very high level of threat due to his position in Germany
  8. 8.  Refused to go along with Nazi conversion of churches Outspoken critic of Nazi regime Set up a protestant opposition movement Placed and died in concentration camp in 1943
  9. 9.  Catholic and protestant churches had immense influence in German society Nazi’s were unable to use violent methods to control churches Even a nationalist state like Bavaria had sincere Christians. Attacking churches would lead to loss in support and a possible revolution.
  10. 10.  Were taken more seriously than protestant churches because church ministers came from the Vatican city and protestants ministers were locals Hitler resented churches because he was unable to control its leaders and the fact the Germans had another leader alongside himself.
  11. 11.  Franz von Papen made an agreement with the catholic church Hitler offered protection of religious freedom, no interference with property/ finances. Catholic schools assured but the Church mustnt interfere in politics
  12. 12.  Less of a threat because: Leaders can be intimidated by Nazis Protestants were sympathetic to Nationalism History of anti-Semitism Hitler created ‘national church’ with a Gaulitiers as first bishop of the National faith movement This was done in order to convince the German people there was common ground between Nazi ideology and Christian beliefs.
  13. 13.  The criticism of the Nazi’s increased ministers refused to keep quiet because of the persecution of minority groups and restriction it placed on civil liberties 1935- closure of church schools, disbandment of catholic youth groups, closure of monasteries and secret imprisonment of priests Himmler and deputy Heydrich attempted to encourage paganism
  14. 14.  Nazi’s failed to suppress Christianity and turn Germans away from it Protestants hoped Hitler would restore the status of protestant churches after the bill of rights They were afraid the Nazis would destroy churches Protestant agreed with persecution of Jews on religious grounds They were afraid of communism as all religions should be abolished
  15. 15.  Propaganda opportunity for Nazi regime because Hitler wanted to promote German technology, Aryanism, German efficiency and to present Nazi power Hitler needed to hider anti-Semitic signs and allowed one Jew to be in the Olympics
  16. 16.  NO YES  Alarmed at German World impressed by militarism facilities and  Britain built the spit fire efficiency  People alarmed at the Infrastructure (auto fanatical following of Hitler bans )  Europe was worried Athleticism and about the dictatorship prowess  Jesse Owens incident showed racism

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