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History: Germany 1918-1939
Introduction: Our next unit will explore the failure of the a new democracy that emerged following World War and the single party state that replaced it. We will examine in detail the rise and fall of the Weimar Republic and the right wing fascist regime of Adolf Hitler the Nazi party that replaced it. One of the most influential governments and individual of the 20th Century, the Hitler and his Nazis has become synonymous with evil and hate. But such a black and white characterization is too simplistic. In order to deeply explore this moment in history, and to prepare to respond to topics 2 and 3 of paper 2, we are going to focus around the below questions: Key Questions for the Weimar Republic. To what extent was the Weimar Republic doomed from its inception?
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In the book, Kershaw explores a concept he calls the "Hitler Myth" that describes two key points in Nazi ideology that depict Adolf Hitler as a demagogue figure and as a mighty defender. As a defender, he is depicted as defending Germany against its enemies and redressing the imbalance imposed by the Treaty of Versailles. These were essential elements of propaganda of the time and helped to 'plaster over' early cracks in the Nazi Regime's facade, though by no means de-fusing all tensions in Germany at that time. The myth of Hitler as the saviour of Germany from conspiracies directed against it by the Soviet Union and the West—especially France—was an extremely powerful tool in binding together the German people in loyalty and submission. The German people were left embittered by the ineffective and unstable party politics of Weimar Germany which had failed to rescue its people from the humiliation administered by Europe at the close of World War I. The myth was lent much credence by Hitler's huge successes in the regeneration of Germany's economy over just a few years, recovering it from what seemed like unredeemable circumstances. In , one year before Hitler's rise to power, unemployment had been at over five and a half million,  but by Germany was producing at record levels, and unemployment was below , and real wages were up for the first time since authoritarianism.
Weimar and Nazi Germany
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This title is a comprehensive core text investigating the history of Germany from the foundation of the Weimar Republic in to the collapse of the Nazi regime in It covers all the exam modules on twentieth-century Germany. Major themes include: - Why Weimar democracy failed - How Hitler rose to power - How the Nazi regime affected people in Germany - The successes and failures of Nazi foreign policy. Search this site.
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