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Nov/Dec 2012
World War II
World History II
Mrs. Davis
After periods of war and depression, Germans were attracted by a more ________
Unemployment reached ____% during the depression.
In an effort to revive German economy, Hitler revived ___________ and provided aid to
bankrupt _____________.
Launched huge ___________________projects to help unemployed Germans. One of the
major projects was the building of the ______________.
The Nazi party gave every German family access to propaganda by providing them
with mass-produced _________. The main message of the German propaganda was the
______________ of the German people and gave Germans great _______________.
Blaming problems on the Jews was intended to build German __________.
Hitler and his Nazi party created a historical myth that purebred Germans were
descendents of great __________.
The popular slogan “for Fuhrer and _____________,” kept Germans rallied behind the
Nazi party.
___________ were considered a “dirty nuisance.”
Hitler believed that the mentally ill threatened a ________ race.
1. How did Hitler's ideas and policies affect how many Germans thought about
themselves and others? How did their beliefs affect their behavior?
2. What economic and social conditions led many Germans to embrace Hitler’s
ideas and policies at this time?
3. How did Nazis define the ideal German? What images did they use to create
stereotypes of Jews? How did stereotyping Jews help the Nazis create a
German identity?
4. Why did the Nazis sponsor youth activities such as the May Day festival?
What were other ways Nazis sought to broaden support for Nazism? In what
ways did they try to stifle opposition?